meet Kevin Deveaux, MLA

We’ve worked with many fascinating people over the years, from all walks of life. ‘Meet’ is about sharing a little about these individuals and the work we provided.

Eastern Passage native, Canadian lawyer, international parliament, and political party expert

He sees the inherent value of all Nova Scotian communities being active in defining and how public services respond to their needs.

When Kevin Deveaux ran for the leadership of the Nova Scotia New Democratic Party, we provided his campaign identity for his print and on-line presence. He was elected as the Member of the Legislature (MLA) for Cole Harbour-Eastern Passage in 1998, joined 18 other New Democrats to form the largest NDP caucus in Nova Scotia history and was re-elected in 1999 and 2003.


Kevin Deveaux

Kevin is the NDP critic for Justice and Human Rights and the Deputy House Leader. He believes there is a need to bring greater fairness to the justice system. Tireless in his effort to ensure government appointments fairly reflect the values and cultural diversity of Nova Scotia, Kevin introduced legislation to provide for collective bargaining rights for Crown prosecutors, as well as a bill which would improve the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Kevin is married to Megan (nee: McKay) and they have a son, Ewan and a daughter, Flavie. They reside in Cow Bay.


Frank Orlando

A senior communications professional with three decades of client experience. Instructor at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University, lecturer of communication design, technology and illustration. Principal of Orlando Media Company, a creative practice providing strategic direction, creative vision, and human focused branding.