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Mac Kay then studied Law at Dalhousie University and was called to the Nova Scotia Bar in June 1991.He worked for Thyssen Henschel, steel producer, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and in Düsseldorf and Kassel, Germany.He also acted as an associate member of the Standing Committees on Canadian Heritage, Finance and the sub-committee on the Study of Sport.Mac Kay was re-elected in the 2000 federal election and was frequently touted by the media as a possible successor to PC Party leader Joe Clark.Many of his initial supporters referred to his strong performances in the House of Commons and magnetism as key attributes that would make him a popular leader.Mac Kay has been voted the "sexiest male MP in the House of Commons" by the Hill Times (a Parliament Hill newspaper) for six years in a row.
From the onset of the campaign, Mac Kay insisted that his primary goal upon assuming the leadership would be the rebuilding the fractured conservative movement from within the PC tent.For much of the race, Mac Kay was the clear front-runner.Several opponents, including former PC Party Treasurer Jim Prentice, social conservative candidate Craig Chandler, and Red Tory Nova Scotia MP Scott Brison, painted Mac Kay as a status quo or "establishment" candidate who could effectively question the Prime Minister.(born September 27, 1965) is a lawyer and politician from Nova Scotia, Canada.He was a Member of Parliament from 1997 to 2015 and has served as Minister of Justice and Attorney General (2013–2015), Minister of National Defence (2007–2013), and Minister of Foreign Affairs (2006–2007) in the Cabinet of Canada under Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Mac Kay was appointed House Leader of the new PC-DR Parliamentary Coalition Caucus when it was formally recognized as a political body on September 10, 2001.