The Hon. Mayann Francis blazed a trail from her birth in the working-class community of Sydney, Whitney Pier, on Cape Breton Island and became the 31st Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, serving from 2006–2012, the first African-Nova Scotian to hold the position. Ms. Francis has received many awards and has degrees from Saint Mary’s University and New York University. She lives in Halifax with her cat, Angel.
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