From May 17, 2005 to February 6, 2006, she was the Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development and Minister responsible for Democratic Renewal.
According to Canadian protocol, as a member of the of Magna from 1988 until 2004.
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She was a founding member of the Canadian Automotive Partnership Council and served on the Ontario Task Force on Productivity, Competitiveness and Economic Progress.
She is a director of the Yves Landry Foundation, which furthers technological education and skills training in the manufacturing sector.
In February 2001, she was appointed chief executive officer of Magna, succeeding her ex-husband (who became CEO of Magna spinoff Intier Automotive Inc.), and in January 2002, she also became its president.
While CEO, the company added 3,000 jobs in Canada, 1,000 of them being in the Newmarket-Aurora area she now represents in Parliament.
In addition, under her leadership Magna had record sales and profits each year.