Born and raised in Montréal, The Honourable Marc Miller was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Ville-Marie—Le Sud-Ouest—Île-des-Sœurs in October 2015. In 2019, he was re-elected and appointed Minister of Indigenous Services by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Following further re-election in 2021, Marc was appointed Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations.
Marc is a devoted community leader who has always believed in the power of public service. He has been a strong advocate for middle-class families in Montréal, working hard to increase federal investments in affordable housing, public transit, and the Canada Child Benefit.
Before politics, Marc was a practicing lawyer with international experience in Montréal, Stockholm, and New York City, specializing in mergers and acquisitions. Marc has been involved in several charitable and pro bono legal initiatives and has authored articles on constitutional and human rights law. He previously served as an infantry soldier in the Canadian Armed Forces. Minister Miller is a graduate of the Université de Montréal, where he earned a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. He also graduated from McGill University with degrees in Common Law and Civil Law.
As a Member of Parliament, Minister Miller made history in 2017 when he delivered a statement in the House of Commons entirely in Mohawk, marking the first time the language had been spoken in either the House of Commons or Senate since Confederation. He is a strong advocate for the rights of Indigenous peoples.
Marc continues to work hard every day to bring the voices of families, workers, and businesses in Ville-Marie—Le Sud-Ouest—Île-des-Sœurs to Ottawa. Together with Prime Minister Trudeau and the Liberal team, Marc believes in building a Canada where everyone has a fair shot at success.