Jocelyn Fishman
Deputy Prime Minister of Canada
Term of Office: 22 February, 2007 – 14 January, 2009
Prime Minister: Janine O'Flynn
Predecessor Howard Longstaff
Successor:Patrice Travert
Member of Parliament for Charlottetown
Term of Office: 17 May, 1994 - 17 May, 2011
Predecessor: Michael Thompson
Successor: Angela Porcher
Minister of Human Resources and Social Development
Term of Office: 22 February, 2007 – 14 January, 2009
Predecessor: Karen Sherburne
Successor: Winston Tuff
Minister of Public Safety
Term of Office: 14 January, 2009 - October 29, 2005
Predecessor: Ian Easton
Successor: Jack Phillips-Beckett
Leader of the Canada Party
Term of Office: July 28, 2002 - May 17, 2011
Predecessor: Jacques Aignan
Successor: Elizabeth Johnson
4 January, 1962 (age 50)

Summerside, Prince Edward Island

United Church of Canada
Political party:
Canada Party
Politician, Professor

Jocelyn Fishman (born 4 January 1962) is a former Canadian politician of the Canada Party (CanPar). He served as a Member of the House of Commons for Charlottetown from 17 May 1994 until 17 May, 2011.

When the Canada Party leader Jacques Aignan retired Fishman unexpectedly became the new Party leader and the serving from 28 July 2002 until 22 February 2007, when he became Minister of Human Resources and Social Development and Deputy Prime Minister serving from 22 February 2007 to 14 January 2009 in the Cabinet O'Flynn IV.

On 17 May 2011 he announced his retirement from politics, he is succeeded as Party leader by Elizabeth Johnson and as Member of Parliament for Charlottetown by Angela Porcher. On 22 June 2011 he became a Professor of Law at Nipissing University.

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