A Niagara Falls politician calling it a career

Conservative MP Rob Nicholson tells the Niagara Falls Review he will not be seeking another term in the upcoming October federal election.

The former Attonery General has had a storied career in politics after first being elected to Parliament in 1984.

He has served as the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Democratic Reform, Minister for Science, and the Minister of National Defence.

In 2015, he was also named as the Justice Critic for the Opposition, and last year was appointed as the Shadow MInister for Public Services and Procurement.

Between terms on the Hill, Nicholson also spent time as a Niagara Regional Councillor in between 1997 and 2003.