Mitch Marner’s longtime girlfriend is Stephanie LaChance to whom he recently got married. The couple first connected during a high school basketball game in 2020. They had a beautiful wedding recently held at Peller Estates in Niagara-on-the-Lake, and included numerous current and former teammates.
This article discusses information about Mitch Marner’s wife, Stephanie Lachance, their relationship, and other details.
Who is Mitch Marner’s wife, Stephanie LaChance?
Mitch Marner’s wife is Stephanie LaChance, a renowned Canadian politician, who has been Bellechasse’s elected member of parliament in the Quebec National Assembly since the 2018 and 2022 provincial elections.
As a member of the Coalition Avenir Québec, she serves as the Minister’s Parliamentary Assistant, concentrating on state efficiency and governance issues. She is also the President of the Treasury Board.
Stephanie is also a respected member of the Commission for Health and Social Services, having served as its vice-president since February 2023 and as the head of the National Assembly’s delegation for relations with the Wallonia-Brussels Federation since December 2022.
She was the director of communications and public relations at Collège François-de-Laval before entering politics. Stephanie holds degrees in business management from the Université du Québec à Rimouski and public communication from Université Laval, demonstrating her high level of education.
Happily, Marner caught LaChance off guard last month at a Shania Twain performance in Toronto by setting up an invitation for the two of them to dance and take a selfie with the singer on stage.
As of this stage, there isn’t much information available about their wedding. The couple had a very private ceremony without revealing much details. If we find any information, we will keep you guys posted—stay tuned!
Who is Mitch Marner?
Born on May 5, 1997, Mitch Marner is a Canadian-born right winger who plays in the National Hockey League (NHL). Having been selected as the fourth overall in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, the Maple Leafs’ player also serves as the team’s alternate captain.
Marner started honing his on-ice abilities with 3 Zones Hockey School when he was growing up. He first went to Blyth Academy after attending The Hill Academy in Vaughan, Ontario. Marner participated in the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL) and the Durham Region throughout his minor league career. He won a GTHL championship after playing with the Vaughan Kings in the 2011–12 season.
Marner spent his minor midget year with the GTHL’s Don Mills Flyers, scoring 86 points in 55 games during his switch for the 2012–13 campaign. After Dylan Strome (who was then with the Toronto Marlboros) in the GTHL scoring race, he finished second. Marner was invited to join the St. Michael’s Buzzers of the Ontario Junior A Hockey League right away after his season with the Flyers ended, and he later won a championship there.
The London Knights selected him 19th overall in the first round of the 2013 OHL Priority Selection, and he was also offered a scholarship to play ice hockey for the University of Michigan Wolverines.