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The Honourable Kennedy Fiorella, M.P, is a currently retired member of Model Parliament. Having participated for three years (MPSP 2018, 2019, and 2021), the former M.P. is grateful to her constituents in Mississauga-Lakeshore and Surrey Centre for affording her the opportunity to represent them in the House of Commons.

MPSP 2019

In Model Parliament 2019, Kennedy Fiorella ran for MP of Mississauga-Lakeshore, her (close to) home riding as a member of the Party People of Canada. Upon winning her seat, Kennedy joined her fellow party members in supporting the right of Canadians to party. When the house sat, PPC held third party status on the first day. During this time, Kennedy was a member of the Standing Committee on Public Transportation and contributed to the final recommendations made by the Committee. On the second day, when the Toga government fell, PPC began a coalition government with DODO. Upon this change, Kennedy was proclaimed the Minister of Mixology, hereby earning her Honourable title. The Hon. Kennedy Fiorella is proud of the work PPC accomplished in the house, being as they were the only party to pass a Motion, M-1.

As well, Kennedy delivered a killer burn to the Rt. Hon. Prime Minister of the Toga Party during the Tabling of Documents, a moment that will go down in history. (see photo above)

MPSP 2018

In Model Parliament 2018, Kennedy Fiorella ran for MP of Surrey Centre as a member of the GOT Party. After winning her seat, Kennedy joined her fellow party members in trying to defend Canada from the incoming invasion of the White Walkers. During her time in the house, Kennedy was a member of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, and helped to locate the Holy Grail. On the second day, Kennedy joined the coalition government of the DADDY party, under the direction of the Rt. Hon. Georgia Stanley. Kennedy was able to speak in the House of Commons for the first time during Statements by Members, and helped defend Canada from not only White Walkers, but dinosaurs in Alberta too.
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