|His Honour the Honourable|
John James Grant
CMM, ONS, CD, B.COM, RIA
|33rd Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia|
|Assumed office |
April 9, 2012
|Governor General||David Johnston|
|Preceded by||Mayann Francis|
|Born|| January 17, 1936 (age 83)|
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
|Children||three sons (one deceased) & a daughter|
|Alma mater||Mount Allison University|
|Years of service||1951-1989|
|Awards|| Order of Military Merit,|
Canadian Forces Decoration
Born in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Grant attended Mount Allison University, graduating in 1956 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting and Economics. He is a registered industrial accountant.
He joined The Pictou Highlanders in 1951 and has served in various leadership positions in the Canadian Forces including as Deputy Commander and Area Commander of the Atlantic Militia Area in 1980, Senior Reserve Advisor to the Commander Force Mobile Command, and as Special Projects Officer on the Chief of Reserves Council at National Defence Headquarters.
He was invested as an Officer in the Order of Military Merit in 1979 and a Commander in the Order in 1988 and has been awarded the Canadian Forces Decoration with three clasps. Grant retired from military service in 1989.
He has been a Governor of the Nova Scotia Division of the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires since 1986, serving as Vice Chair and Chairman of numerous committees. He has also served on the National Board, on committees of the National Board and as a member of the National Executive. He completed 25 years of service with the Board in January 2011.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 "Military man named next N.S. lieutenant governor". February 16, 2012. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/story/2012/02/16/ns-grant-lieutenant-governor.html. Retrieved February 16, 2012.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "PM announces John James Grant as Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia". February 16, 2012. http://pm.gc.ca/eng/media.asp?category=1&featureId=6&pageId=26&id=4659. Retrieved February 16, 2012.
- ↑ Brigadier-General (retired) John James Grant, CMM, CD, B.COM, RIA
|Order of precedence|
Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada
|Order of precedence in Nova Scotia|
as of 2013
| Succeeded by|
Stephen McNeil, Premier of Nova Scotia
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