Jacob Larocque-Graham is a proud Franco-Ontarian, born and raised in Ottawa. He is a recent graduate of Carleton University, having completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Affairs and Policy Management. Jacob’s research interests have focused primarily on health, indigenous affairs, and development. During his studies, Jacob enjoyed sharing his knowledge and supporting students as a teaching assistant for an economic philosophy course. France was his adopted country in 2013, when he studied at l’Université Pierres Mendes in Grenoble. Following his studies, he was honoured to help commemorate the exploits of Canadians through his work for Veteran Affairs as an interpreter at the Vimy Ridge and Beaumont-Hamel Memorials. Jacob also worked as an interpreter at Rideau Hall and the Parliament of Canada, where he shared Canadian history with the public. Jacob looks forward to being part of OLIP and getting an insider’s perspective on the legislative process at Queen’s Park.
OLIP Committee Chair: Recruitment
First Term Placement: MPP Han Dong, Trinity-Spadina
Second Term Placement: MPP Michael Mantha, Algoma-Manitoulin