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He became involved in politics when he backed a candidate for the local federal PC nomination in 1984.The next year, aged sixteen, Baird was the youngest delegate to attend the party's January 1985 provincial leadership convention, as a supporter of Ontario Attorney-General Roy Mc Murtry.John Russell Baird, PC (born May 26, 1969) is a Canadian former politician.Baird served from 2011 to 2015 as Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs in the cabinet of Prime Minister Stephen Harper.He had been a member of the federal cabinet, in various positions, since 2006.Previously he was a provincial cabinet minister in Ontario during the governments of Premiers Mike Harris and Ernie Eves.He later affirmed that the province was considering closing its remaining three institutions for the mentally handicapped as part of a larger strategy focusing on home care.Baird expressed concern about the physical condition of these institutions, saying that their residents "deserve better".

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Prior to this, Baird served as Transport Minister starting October 30, 2008, Environment Minister starting January 2007, and President of the Treasury Board during the Conservatives' first year in power.He was later president of the youth wing of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario, and aligned himself with Dennis Timbrell during the latter's abortive campaign for the PC leadership in 19.He backed Mike Harris when Timbrell withdrew from the contest.A long-time resident of the former city of Nepean, where he attended Bell High School, and a graduate of Kingston's Queen's University, he was until recently the member of the House of Commons of Canada for the riding of Ottawa West—Nepean.

Baird was elected there as a candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada in the 2006 federal election, when his party defeated Paul Martin's Liberal Party and established a minority government.

Baird told reporters that 15,000 people had left the system since the introduction of workfare, and used this figure to argue that the government's policy was a success.