Marc Miller

Ville-­Marie–Le Sud Ouest–Île­-des-­Soeurs


Marc Miller was first elected in 2015 as the Liberal MP for Ville-­Marie–Le Sud Ouest–Île­-des-­Soeurs. He is currently the Parliamentary Secretary the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities.

In June 2017, Miller received positive attention for delivering a statement in the House of Commons entirely in Kanien’kéha, the language of the Mohawk people on whose traditional land his riding is located. As a non-Indigenous MP, Miller was aiming to raise awareness of Aboriginal Heritage Month and the ongoing work of reconciliation. He is learning the language with the help of Onkwawenna Kentyohkwa, an organization in Ontario that teaches Kanyen’keha to adults.

Before being elected to the House of Commons, Miller worked as a lawyer at Stikeman Elliott, specializing in mergers and acquisitions with a focus on international and commercial law.

Miller graduated from McGill University with degrees in Common Law and Civil Law. He also has both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s in political science from the Université de Montréal. He has worked as a lawyer in Stockholm and New York City. He has published articles on constitutional law and human rights law.

Miller spent time serving in the Canadian Armed Forces as an infantry section commander.

Active in the Liberal Party for many years, Miller attended Collège Jean­-de-­Brébeuf with Justin Trudeau and subsequently worked on Trudeau’s first campaign in Papineau.

Marc has been involved in several charitable and pro bono legal initiatives and served in the Canadian Armed Forces as an infantry section commander. Marc has also authored articles on constitutional and human rights law and he has been active within the Liberal Party for many years.