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Born in rural Saskatchewan, John Aldag has lived in six provinces and two territories thanks to his year career with Parks Canada. An avid outdoorsman, John has called the Fraser Valley home for the past nine years. Married with three children, John continues to find time to serve his community. Omar is a mechanical engineer by trade and an MBA graduate. He was also a member of the community editorial board of the Toronto Star where he has authored columns on a wide range of provincial and federal issues.
His work was also published in the Huffington Post. Among many of his activities, Omar has worked tirelessly to support initiatives that empower new Canadians through social and economic integration. Having served as the Member of Parliament for Mississauga—Erindale from to , Omar offered his constituents a strong voice on both local and national issues as the Liberal Critic for Natural Resources, as well as Citizenship and Immigration.
William is a recognized expert in environmental law and natural resources. For years, he has fought to protect the environment and promote sustainable resource development while working to ensure companies and governments are accountable to the public.
William is also the author of numerous publications on a variety of environmental law issues and has appeared before a number of parliamentary committees. During his career, William worked in various legal areas in the private, public and non-profit sectors. He was the regional director of a national environmental organization that provides free legal advice on environmental matters to community groups and citizens. William also taught at the University of Ottawa and was regularly invited to comment on a range of issues in major national media outlets.
Gary is an internationally recognized human rights lawyer and community activist who has advocated tirelessly for education and justice. Gary attended Osgoode Hall Law School, was called to the bar in , and now manages his own firm in Scarborough.
He has also served as a strong advocate for local youth, intervening in cases of wrongful student expulsion and suspension. Gary has demonstrated leadership at a number of organizations aimed at supporting his local community and communities nationwide. Fully bilingual, he now wants to be the voice that defends his community in the House of Commons.
Business executive, community activist, and father, Chandra is relentless in his efforts to improve the lives of those around him. It is this drive to make significant, long-lasting, and positive change that makes him a strong representative for the riding of Nepean. Chandra has worked as an engineer, industrial banker, entrepreneur, investment advisor, and technology company executive. During the last three years he served on the board of Invest Ottawa — an economic development agency established with the mandate of making Ottawa the best place in Canada to start and grow a business.
During this time, Chandra collaborated with its Co-Chair Mayor Jim Watson, among other business and institutional leaders. In light of his political experience, he was appointed by Parliament to the Standing Committee on Health, which studies issues relating to Health Canada, and to the Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates.
Ramez Ayoub has dual Canadian—French citizenship, as he was born in Syria to a French mother and a Syrian father before immigrating with his family to Quebec in Fully integrated into Quebec culture and values as a young child, Mr. Ayoub began a career in telecommunications and moved to Lorraine following his marriage to Julie, with whom he has three children: Charles-Antoine, Anne-Sophie and Sandrine.
Ramez is involved with family and community life, playing and then coaching baseball, hockey and soccer in Lorraine, and participating in politics, becoming a Lorraine municipal councillor in November After serving 10 years as a municipal councillor, Ramez Ayoub was elected Mayor of Lorraine, serving from to Local business owner, community advocate, and former mayor of Port Colborne, Vance has spent his life creating change that is inclusive of all.
He is now dedicated to being the local voice that defends the riding of Niagara Centre. Soon after, residents elected him Mayor, a role which he later reclaimed in Vance was a founding member of the Wellspring Niagara Cancer Support Centre — an organization dedicated to providing free social, emotional, psychological, informational and spiritual support to individuals living with cancer, their families, and close supporters.
Vance is married to Lisa, and they have two teenage daughters, Logan and Jordan. Vance and his extended family have lived and operated their family business in Port Colborne for over 50 years.
During his time in Ottawa, Larry was widely-regarded as a dedicated, respectful, and hard-working Member of Parliament. In fact, his peers selected him, multiple times, as the hardest working MP in Canada in an annual survey of Parliamentarians. As a Certified Management Accountant, he has worked several years in accounting and financial analysis for the Ford Motor Company of Canada.
Navdeep is a long-time resident of both Mississauga and Brampton and has strong ties to the social and cultural associations of Mississauga—Malton. He is the recipient of a number of awards recognizing his work in promoting diversity within his community.
Frank Baylis is the Member of Parliament for the riding of Pierrefonds—Dollard, having been elected on the 19th of October He is a member of the standing committee on Industry, Science and Technology, as well as the standing committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics. Prior to his election, Frank was the President of Baylis Medical Company, a world leader in the development of high technology products used in interventional cardiology and radiology.
The company employs people in Canada and throughout the world. Being passionate about film, Frank also co-founded the production house Walk of Fame Entertainment. He has co-written several screenplays and co-produced two feature length films — Transit and Generation Wolf. Within his community, Frank was a Ringette coach and a leader with the Scouts Canada movement. The charity supports organizations working to provide meals to underprivileged children in Canada, as well as contributing to the building of schools in Africa and India.
Terry Beech is an accomplished and experienced entrepreneur, educator, and advocate. Terry entered public service 15 years ago when he was elected as a city councillor. He is a past board member of Lift Philanthropy and currently works with entrepreneurs to launch and grow businesses at Beech Partners. The Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, was first elected to the House of Commons in and was re-elected in , , , , and , representing Toronto— St.
In , she was named Minister of State for Public Health. Prior to her election, Dr. Bennett was a family physician and a founding partner of Bedford Medical Associates in downtown Toronto. Carolyn is an active representative of Toronto—St. She has organized over 75 town halls, quarJOlyterly meetings, information sessions on parliamentary affairs, and special activities for her constituents since She and her office have assisted hundreds of constituents with their immigration, tax, pension or employment insurance concerns.
Bennett received the Royal Life Saving Society Cross — a Commonwealth award recognizing her more than 20 years of distinguished service. She was born, raised and educated in Sherbrooke. Marie-Claude eventually settled in the riding of Compton—Stanstead to raise her family, work, and volunteer in the community.
Marie-Claude is an experienced businesswoman and, for the last 15 years, has co-owned Camping de Compton—a successful tourism business that has won numerous awards. Chris Bittle is the Member of Partliament for the riding of St. Born and raised in Niagara Falls, he moved to St. Catharines in and is currently a civil litigator with Lancaster, Brooks and Welch LLP, specializing in commercial disputes, real estate litigation, defamation, and landlord tenant matters.
Chris is now bringing his hard work and determination to the national stage, with a goal to combat unemployment and income inequality. Chris is the Chair of Quest Community Health Centre Board of Directors — a local non-profit organization committed to providing quality primary health care and social services to the residents of the Greater St.
His work at Quest has made him a strong advocate for sustainable health care. Chris is regular volunteer with Courts in the Classroom, an initiative developed to educate youth in the community about the justice system. Chris has a passion for education and was proud to work at Niagara College as an instructor in the Department of Continuing Education and as a seminar leader at Brock University. A born leader, Bill has demonstrated his ability to unite and engage others through his numerous roles in Provincial, National, and International policing forums.
He served as President of both the Ontario and Canadian Associations of Chiefs of Police — receiving the distinction of Commander of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces — and was honoured last year by the Canadian Tamil Congress for his leadership and tremendous service to the people of Toronto.
Bill currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Scarborough Hospital Foundation, and is Vice-Patron of the Good Neighbours' Club — a day centre for older, homeless and unemployed men. Randy is a successful entrepreneur, community leader, and philanthropist. He has a strong record of leadership in business, in public service, and in the not-for-profit sector.
Most recently, Randy owned a consulting business that helps small and medium-sized businesses overcome their strategy and management challenges. A proud Rotarian, Randy has a long history of charitable work, both locally in Edmonton and abroad. He is the founder of Literacy Without Borders, an international NGO devoted to promoting literacy for both children and adults in the developing world and in Canada.
He is a local entrepreneur with a passion for environmental justice. Mike has owned Boscan Consultants Inc. Mike is very involved in his community, most notably as the Chair of Concerned Citizens of Tyendinaga and Environs and as an advisor for Citizens Against Melrose Quarry. Mike also served as Councillor for Tyendinaga Township between and , gaining the respect of his colleagues and constituents through his hard work and passionate advocacy. Mike has over a decade of experience coaching boys and girls basketball, and is also a committed and longtime Relay for Life volunteer.
Mike grew up in the Hastings—Lennox and Addington riding and moved back in with his wife Irene and their two children. After 40 years in broadcasting, Bob entered municipal politics in and has served the citizens of Hamilton for over a decade — most notably as Mayor from to And as a member of the GO Transit Board of Directors, Bob was instrumental in securing funding for infrastructure projects that improved train service for Hamilton commuters.
A talented musician and avid marathon runner, Bob has performed on stage with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra and competed in 18 marathons — twice in the famed Boston Marathon — and ten times in the 30 K Around the Bay Road Race — all past the age of He and his wife Carol have been married for 48 years, and have a son Sam who holds three university degrees. Pierre was born in Granby and still resides in the city. Pierre has been involved in politics since he was a teenager.
Within his community, Pierre is recognized for his involvement, credibility, skills and integrity. He also served on three Cabinet committees: He was also a leadership candidate at the December convention. Brison has had extensive private sector experience as an entrepreneur and investment banker. In his spare time, he enjoys economics, foreign policy, sea kayaking, downhill skiing and growing apples. Celina has deep roots in Whitby, where she lives with her husband and three children. In addition, she has worked with a variety of private, government and non-government organizations as a celebrated research consultant./p>
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Later appointed Chief of Staff for various Government of New Brunswick departments, he organized and participated in several diplomatic missions at home and abroad, and worked on high-priority local economic issues. Serge continued as a policy analyst in the Office of the Official Opposition and as an assistant to the current Premier, the Hon.
Brian Gallant, responsible for Northern New Brunswick. Serge was a board member of the Caraquet Chamber of Commerce and organized several minor and adult hockey tournaments, and was involved in Club de golf Pokemouche for many years. Serge and his wife, Anick, have two daughters and know the challenges facing young families. Serge wants to make Acadie—Bathurst an area in which young people will choose to settle.
A native of Durham-Sud, Pierre is a natural spokesperson for the rural and agricultural community. He is also an active member of the Drummond Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Pierre is an individual with a lasting commitment to community. He has been a member of Club Aramis for nearly 30 years as well as a volunteer with Operation Red Nose in Estrie for many years. An expert in marketing, strategic planning and the commercialization of products and services, he has assisted several businesses, public, and parapublic organizations with their communications and market positioning. More recently, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Metropolitan Quebec, where he also served as vice-president in charge of recruitment, loyalty programs and offer of services.
Many organizations in the Quebec City area have benefited from his volunteer involvement, and they avow that he is a committed, efficient, determined and dynamic person. A successful young lawyer of proud Aboriginal descent, Trisha Cowie is committed to strengthening the bonds in Parry Sound—Muskoka by bringing more diversity to the local and national political scene. During her undergraduate studies, Trisha regularly volunteered with the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews through the March of Remembrance and Hope program.
She also worked with the University of Western Ontario Community Legal Services, offering legal assistance to low income families. She has a J. Trisha now manages her own law practice, and serves her local community as a volunteer for numerous groups, such as the YWCA of Muskoka, and various tourism and recreational organizations.
A life-long resident of Dufferin-Caledon with over 26 years of service as a municipal leader, Ed Crewson understands that you can improve the lives of others by listening to people, caring about their needs, respecting their concerns and advocating on their behalf. First elected in as a municipal councillor for Shelburne, Ed was later elected in as Reeve of Shelburne, before proudly serving as Mayor from until his retirement in Ed and his wife are the proud owners of a successful local family business, Crewson Insurance, employing 14 people and serving the community through their offices in Shelburne and Wasaga Beach.
Together they have had the privilege of raising three children, Jennifer, Brooke and William. A lawyer, mother, and passionate community organizer, Kerry Cundal has been a proud resident of Calgary--Signal Hill for over a decade. A former teacher, Kerry pursued her legal career and served as an adjudicator with the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, until running for office this year. Ready for real change, she firmly believes it is time Calgary--Signal Hill residents had a representative who speaks for them — not to them.
In addition to her undergraduate degree from the University of Alberta, Kerry earned her second undergraduate and her Law degree from the University of Calgary. Born and raised in Montreal, Julie has lived in Toronto—Danforth since Julie also spent one year as a commission counsel to the Toronto External Contracts Inquiry, which investigated government procurement of services and goods. For the past four years, Julie has dedicated herself to being a mother and role model for her two daughters, and bringing real change to her local community.
A strong community leader, Julie serves on the Board of Directors of Park People, a Toronto alliance for better parks, and founded Friends of Withrow Park, an organization dedicated to encouraging the use of this public green space. She is a business professional and community activist who has served as a town councillor in Oakville since Her extensive public service, combined with over 27 years of corporate experience on Bay Street, provides a solid background to represent Oakville North-Burlington in Ottawa.
She co- founded Cycle Oakville to promote cycling and improved cycling infrastructure and received the Bicycling Leadership Award for her tireless promotion of cycling in Ontario. She also volunteers countless hours with many local charities and community groups. Pam lives in Oakville and has one grown son. Louis De Jaeger is a long-time business owner from Chilliwack with a 35 year background in the hospitality industry, as both a management and a restaurant owner.
He also supports the education and awareness of our local natural resources in agriculture and sustainable aquaculture. Louis is active within the Sto: Louis is concerned with the current direction for growth, jobs and the economic sustainability of small business, as well as wanting to build a better bridge between Municipal and Aboriginal partners with our Federal Government.
Born to a military family and of proud Metis heritage, Louis continues to champion community issues and causes he believes are for the betterment of his community as an activist, team builder, and a team player. Matt is no stranger to federal politics having worked as an assistant to former Fredericton MP and cabinet minister, Andy Scott, in and After a five-month international development project in West Africa, Matt established the Wanderers Friendship Cup—a soccer tournament and health-education initiative for youth in The Gambia.
Armed with his unwavering vision for a caring and compassionate Canada, Matt has dedicated the years prior to being elected to bettering the lives of disenfranchised youth through his role as Director of Communications, Education and Outreach, with the New Brunswick Child and Youth Advocate. Connie Denesiuk will bring a significant amount of experience in governance to the new riding of South Okanagan—West Kootenay.
She served as Chair of the Okanagan Skaha School District Board for nine years, and was a trustee for almost 20 years. Connie lived within the boundaries of the new riding of South Okanagan—West Kootenay for 24 years before moving to its outskirts in Summerland. She and her husband Bob, have a long-standing connection to the riding; they have run a successful construction business that has served the South Okanagan since and Connie was educated in the city of Penticton.
An individual known for building consensus and bringing people together, Connie looks forward to representing the Liberal Party of Canada within her region.
Cindy Derkaz is a lawyer by training, having obtained her law degree from University of British Columbia in Cindy is presently a member of three administrative tribunals: Cindy has lived in the riding for most of her life, and is fiercely committed to her community. Cindy and her husband Don are passionate advocates for social and environmental justice issues.
Cindy attended the Montreal Liberal Biennial Convention as a delegate, weighing in on important policy positions as they reflect the future of the Liberal Party.
After a decade in communications, Karine Desjardins is now working in the field of environmental finance. She is known for her mastery of the various parameters of this emerging market. She is also a candidate for the designation of Certified Business Appraiser awarded by the Institute for Business Appraisers.
Today, with his passion, bilingualism and work experience, he hopes to make the leap to active political life, representing the interests of people in his home riding of Richmond—Arthabaska. He was also an LPC communications officer and spokesperson, before becoming Vice-President of Government Relations for two major associations and a health care non-profit. Since , he has been the vice-president of the public affairs consulting firm, Sussex Strategy Group.
For many years he has been a guest lecturer at the University of Ottawa and Carleton University, speaking to communication students. In addition, he has taught martial arts for several years and has participated in fundraising events for the Movember Foundation and the Kidney Foundation of Canada.
His strong sense of family and community means that he still has deep roots there today. An articulate and bilingual man with a wide range of interests, Pierre wants to be the voice that staunchly defends their interests on Parliament Hill. Pierre has considerable experience in commercial real estate. As a former member of the Surrey Board of Trade, he was an active spokesman for small businesses.
Through his dedication to community service, Sukh has played a vital role in transforming Surrey into the one of the most dynamic and rapidly developing communities in Canada.
Sukh has lived in Surrey-Newton for the past 25 years, where he continues to raise his son Arjan with his wife Roni. Before becoming an M. She is the first Canadian-Sikh to practice law in the Courts of Quebec. Additionally, she has a JurisDoctor J. Regarding her altruistic side, Anju has always been concerned about the welfare of others and was a caregiver for four years. Anju provided pro bono advice to people in need and therefore helped those in need gain access to justice.
She has volunteered and contributed to the Old Brewery Mission and continues to do so. As in the past, when Anju mentored youth, she continues to encourage them to pursue their dreams and achieve their goals.
Anju is a woman whose political commitment and involvement in society are second nature. She has been an active Liberal Party of Canada volunteer since age A lawyer specializing in labour and employment law, Nicola Di Iorio is a partner at the law firm Langlois where he leads one of the biggest team of labour law specialist in Quebec.
He has gained both recognition and respect through his 32 years of practice, repeatedly ranking among lawyers most frequently recommended by their peers in the annual survey by Lexpert Magazine. Nicola is even present in the business community, acting as a member of the board of directors in different company. Always with the best interests of others at heart, Nicola co-founded Cool Taxi — a prepaid taxi coupon initiative that provides people with a safe way home. An ardent defender of liberal values, Francis has been involved in politics for many years.
More recently, he was Campaign Manager for the Liberal candidates running in this riding during the last provincial and federal elections. Fully bilingual and very aware of the challenges his riding faces, Francis is now making the leap into active politics in order to vigorously defend the interests of his fellow citizens on Parliament Hill. Francis worked as a special assistant in the Office of the Ontario Premier for four years and then joined a government relations firm as a consultant in He is currently working as a communications consultant for a public relations firm.
As a well-published author, conference speaker, and renowned economics expert, he was often asked to comment on current events in Quebec and Canada. Adriana Dudas is the Liberal candidate for the riding of Repentigny.
She has a passion for politics and has been involved with the Liberal Party of Canada for several years. Currently, she is the vice president female of the executive of the Repentigny Liberal Association. She has numerous publications to her credit, including some in collaboration with other authors. An activist born in Prince George, British Columbia, Travis Dueck moved to Alberta and quickly became involved in its political conversation.
Motivated by an array of issues, Travis advocates: Travis believes that the best solution to Canada's ever changing economic, security, and environmental challenges is to invest in young Canadians and suburban soccer moms. Canadians prove every day that positive change is possible in this country, and we need to leave the next generation of Canadians in a Canada that is a little brighter than the one our generation has lived in.
He has specific academic interests in Canadian politics and the criminal justice system. He won the John Horman Trophy as the best administrator in the league for the season. He is a licensed travel agent and owns a travel agency with members of his family. He is a community leader who is proud of his involvement with a number of local cultural organizations, and of his advocacy on environmental and public health issues.
Terry has also served as a board member for Concordia Hospital and was the founding president of the International Centre for Infectious Diseases, a non-profit organization established to support and enhance the mandate of the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Julie is a senior leader in both the private and public sectors with over years of grassroots experience in environment, education, health care and local issues. A child of immigrant parents, Julie understands the challenges that newcomers face. A Davenport homeowner, Julie was previously a Director at a large financial institution, a chief of staff to an Ontario cabinet minister, served as VP Policy for the Ontario Liberal Party, and was the former co-chair of the Ontario Platform Committee.
Passionate about creating better communities, Julie co-founded Project Neutral an environmental charity, mobilized her community around local development issues and formerly served on the JUMP Math Board, among other engagements. Believing that we can all play a role in imagining and creating a better country, Julie is the current Member of Parliament for Davenport. Ali is a lawyer by trade, having obtained his LL.
Ali has extensive experience working in government at both the provincial and federal levels of government, as well as in the private sector.
Ali has been an active member of the Liberal Party for several decades and has devoted much time volunteering for a variety of grassroots cultural and youth initiatives. Only one year after earning his degree in civil engineering from Concordia University, he established his own construction company and contributed directly to the residential construction boom in the metropolitan region.
Since , he has been a consultant specializing in business relations with the Middle East. Through this work he has helped several Canadian companies win significant international contracts.
He was also part of the team of directors at the Georgette Elias Dental Clinic, which is owned by his wife. He provides a bridge between the many cultural and religious communities in the riding and he has been tremendously effective at fostering the integration of refugees and new immigrants.
Neil Ellis has enjoyed serving the citizens of Belleville as mayor for the past two terms. It has been a true pleasure for Neil to experience this firsthand.
In , he was also appointed to the Nuclear Waste Management Organization, a national initiative that assumes responsibility for the long-term management of Canada's used nuclear fuel.
Neil Ellis was born and raised in Belleville, where he has raised his family and run a small business for 28 years. A litigation lawyer, born and raised in Beaches — East York, Nathaniel understands that his community deserves honest and respectful representation and he is dedicated to being a strong voice in Ottawa for all of its residents. Nathaniel previously practised commercial litigation in downtown Toronto. He obtained both his B. Committed to public service, Nathaniel is active in his community, and he regularly provided pro bono legal services to a range of clients and causes.
He is a successful Emergency Room doctor who has dedicated his life to ensuring the well-being of others. He now wants to improve the health of his community as the strong local voice in Parliament they deserve. He also served with Manitoba Air Ambulance, providing emergency care in remote areas.
He used his well-honed knowledge of CPR to revive a passenger in cardiac arrest. Greg has a solid experience in the political field.
He has worked as a policy advisor and senior policy advisor in a number of ministerial offices. Greg readily gets involved in his community. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Aylmer Arms Residence and a member of the parish council for a parish within his riding. In the past, he has been vice president of a neighbourhood association, amongst other contributions. He has also been involved with elementary and secondary school committees and sports teams and with organizations defending regional interests.
Over the past 25 years, he has worked in both the private and public sectors, with not for profit organizations and in the academic sector. As a first-generation Canadian and breast cancer survivor, Audrey Festeryga, learned the value of hard work, self-reliance and the importance of community from her parents while growing up in Essex County. Audrey has worked as a practicing lawyer, Director of Human Resources at Leamington District Memorial Hospital, and in started her own law firm in the Leamington area with her husband Peter.
Audrey speaks both English and German and in her spare time enjoys yoga, gardening and traveling. She is happily married and the proud mother of two beautiful children. In September , the motion passed with strong multi-party support. Prior to his election in , Andy spent twenty years as urban planner and community builder in the private, public, and academic sectors. His leadership on HRM by Design has seen development activity in downtown Halifax increase by over forty times.
Ken Filson has worked in the financial services sector for nearly seventeen years, and is currently a Senior Commercial Credit Manager for Libro Credit Union. A dedicated community member, Ken also served as Middlesex Centre Municipal Councillor for four years. Ken lives in Birr with wife and their four daughters, and enjoys playing hockey, slo-pitch, reading and spending time with his girls.
Patrice is also a Member of another of additional committees. The son of a farmer, Pat Patrice Finnigan grew up in Rogersville. This prosperous family farming business regularly gives back to the community through their involvement in local events and fundraising for charitable organizations.
Patrice is very involved in his community. He has received recognition on numerous occasions for his community involvement. Darren defines what it means to be community-oriented, coming from a long line of entrepreneurs and civic participation. The Fisher family has called Dartmouth-Cole Harbour home for generations; operating businesses, volunteering and being actively involved in their community.
Prior to being elected to Halifax Regional Council in , Darren was also an avid fundraiser; working with charities, schools and local sports teams to help them achieve their goals. Re-elected to Council in , Darren was also elected by his peers to represent them as Deputy Mayor. He will continue to serve his community and lead the charge for positive change as the representative for Dartmouth-Cole Harbour in Ottawa.
In their free time, Darren and his wife, Anne, can be found in a local rink following son Bruen, who plays for the Dartmouth Whalers, and daughter Ava, who plays for the Cole Harbour Wings. Peter, an Olympian who proudly represented his country as Canada's top marathon runner, is the current Member of Parliament for the riding of Mississauga East—Cooksville.
Peter is no stranger to public service, having served in the Ontario Legislature as a Member of Provincial Parliament between and Peter was narrowly defeated in the federal election when he ran in the riding under the Liberal banner, but successfully turned the riding Liberal red in Peter has lived, worked and raised his family in the riding for 15 years with his wife, Ward 3 Councillor Chris Fonseca, and their two children.
For more than twenty years, Mona has worked in both the public and private sector. Mona is dedicated to representing the constituents of Ottawa-Vanier, the riding she currently lives in with her husband Olivier and their three children.
He is committed to working tirelessly in order to effectively represent the people who entrusted him with this responsibility in October Prior to being elected, Peter also served as a media commentator. He is an active volunteer who has worked with many local not-for- profit groups such as the London Food Bank, the Cross Cultural Learner Centre and Literacy London — a charity dedicated to helping adults improve their reading and writing skills. He is now ready to serve the residents of Sherwood Park-Fort Saskatchewan and provide them with the leadership they deserve.
After earning his Bachelor of Commerce and Law Degrees from the University of Alberta, Rod spent much of the next three decades specializing in the world of Competition, Antitrust, and Telecommunications law, in private practice and the corporate environment. Rod has resided in Sherwood Park for over 40 years. He and his spouse are the proud parents of two children. He cares deeply about transparency in government and spent time working to promote access to information laws with a human rights organization in South Africa.
Sean will focus on creating economic conditions that will retain and attract young people and families to the region. A former member of the Stellarton Balmoral Pipe Band, Sean has been playing the bagpipes for 22 years. Before becoming a lawyer, Colin worked as a tour guide at Rideau Hall. Colin has been a leader in both his local and legal community.
Association of French speaking lawyers. Colin understands the need for strong leadership in West Nova and vows to work every day to ensure the area he represents has a say in Canada's future. She previously served as Minister of International Trade between and early Freeland was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Toronto Centre in a by-election in November and then re-elected in October as the Member of Parliament for University— Rosedale.
She was born in Peace River, Alberta and studied at Harvard where she received her undergraduate degree, and continued her studies on a Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford University. After cutting her journalistic teeth as a Ukraine-based stringer for the Financial Times, Washington Post, and The Economist, Chrystia went on to wear many hats at the Financial Times, including deputy editor, UK news editor, Moscow bureau chief, Eastern Europe correspondent, editor of its weekend edition, and editor of FT.
Between and , she served as deputy editor of The Globe and Mail, before becoming a managing editor at the Financial Times. In , Chrystia joined Canadian-owned Thomson Reuters as editor-at-large. Chrystia was a weekly columnist for the Globe and Mail, writing extensively about the challenges facing the middle class.
Her books include Sale of a Century: Chrystia is married and a proud mother of three children, raising them in University-Rosedale. He is also a Member of a number of other committees. Stephen Fuhr is a former CF fighter pilot with the Canadian Air Force, has run a military pilot training establishment, and successfully managed a technology company of 40 employees.
In , he left the company to pursue his first love of flying and currently works as an aircraft Captain on a Gulfstream Born in Edmonton but raised in Kamloops, Stephen is an engaged community member and is a member of the Canadian Legion.
Stephen is also an avid outdoorsman, and loves to take full advantage of the Kelowna— Lake Country region. First introduced to the public as a model, Lucie later became a successful actor and singer-songwriter. Known for her professionalism and commitment, Lucie served as a spokesperson and ambassador for many well-known companies and has been a host and master of ceremonies at many charitable galas and fundraisers.
An active community member, Lucie understands that the selflessness of volunteering is essential to a collective future for everyone. As director of Fondation La mode pour la vie she organized their fashion show, under the same name. She was involved in the documentary Beauty and the Breast, a film that won international critical acclaim, telling the story of her fight—and that of eight other women—against breast cancer.
In addition, every year she participates in a range of activities in efforts to fight cancer. A horseback riding enthusiast, Lucie is also involved in many animal welfare causes — she even owns her own horse. He is currently the Director of Sales for Trane Quebec. He has lived in Cameroon, worked in both France and the United States and, more recently, traveled to the Middle East.
He is actively involved in his community, particularly through his work with air cadets as a glider instructor. Since , he has trained many young air cadets and he continues to do so at CFB Valcartier, which is located in his riding of Portneuf—Jacques-Cartier.
Mark entered municipal politics in as a City Councillor and later served as Mayor of Kingston from Born and raised in Kingston, Mark has had a keen entrepreneurial sense from a young age. Involved in several business ventures from a young age, Mark started a property development and management company in which continues to operate in Kingston today. Beatrice Ghettuba is an entrepreneur, a community organizer and a proven leader. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant, who runs her own accounting firm.
She currently resides in Edmonton and hopes to give the riding of St. Albert — Edmonton a strong voice in Ottawa this fall. A businesswoman with over 20 years of experience in industry working as an accountant, Beatrice has been an active member of her community both at home and abroad.
She began her working career in Kenya before starting her own business in Canada. Her accounting practice aims to provide accounting services and support to small and medium-sized businesses, a goal she hopes to continue as a member of parliament. An active and passionate community supporter, Beatrice has held leadership roles with organizations including: Beatrice is a proud mother of four, and grandmother of two wonderful grandchildren. An accomplished international businessperson and published historian, Brian Gold has spent the last fifteen years putting down roots in Edmonton.
He recently completed his Ph. Brian has decades of strategy, market entry, competitor intelligence, and political risk analysis experience in North America and East Asia. Client projects have involved Fortune Global companies, universities, non-profits, political parties, and national governments. Brian looks forward to bringing his professional experiences to Ottawa, where he will fight for a more prosperous Edmonton—Griesbach.
He speaks Korean fluently and enjoys watching hockey and writing in his spare time. Pam is a longtime resident of West Vancouver, and has demonstrated her unwavering commitment to her community by championing citizen engagement and community leadership. It is as a result of this commitment to community that she was twice elected mayor of West Vancouver. As mayor, Pam prioritized the attraction of talent to her community and supported citizens in their leadership efforts.
She also quickly became known for her big and bold ideas, and for her commitment to urban revitalization, conservation, child care, and the arts. She now runs a successful public affairs consulting firm in Vancouver. Raised on the family farm near Wilcox, Saskatchewan, he received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Regina in , and a Bachelor of Law from the University of Saskatchewan in He has practical experience in business, agriculture, law, and broadcasting, as well as federal and provincial politics.
Today, Ralph and his spouse, Pamela, call Regina home. He was first elected to the Parliament of Canada in at the age of 24, representing the sprawling rural constituency of Assiniboia.
In the s, he served as leader of the provincial Liberal Party, and was elected to the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly in Ralph returned to the House of Commons in as the Member of Parliament for Wascana, and was subsequently re-elected in , , , , , and During his tenure in the finance department, Canada recorded strong economic growth, balanced budgets, declining debt, lower taxes, and among the strongest fiscal performances in the western world.
Karina Gould is a trade and investment specialist and community activist with deep roots in her hometown of Burlington, Ontario. A graduate of McGill University and the University of Oxford, Karina is passionate about public service and international development. Before her election as the Member of Parliament for Burlington, Karina worked as a trade and investment specialist for the Mexican Trade Commission, a consultant for the Migration and Development Program at the Organization of American States, and spent a year volunteering at an orphanage in Mexico.
She lives in Burlington with her husband and son. Deeply immersed in politics and community service since childhood, David was born and raised in a family of community activists. He has explored the length and breadth of the vast Laurentides—Labelle riding and is familiar with its myriad of challenges, and with its resource potential, both human and natural.
During more than 8 years as a technology journalist, he founded, ran, organized, or volunteered with a number of charities, non-profits and community projects in the fields of technology, heritage and community action, including as a co-founder of the Open and Free Technology Community, three-term board member of Software In the Public Interest, and driver for Operation Nez Rouge in Mont-Tremblant, among many others, and obtained his flying licence and CPR-C certification.
For the past five years David had been working as a political assistant for Liberal MP Scott Simms, and still managed to find time to volunteer in his community.
As a father, he sees his role as building bridges and working to provide a better future for her and everyone who lives, works or plays in his world-renowned beautiful riding. Following the election of October 19, , David founded the Liberal Rural Caucus and became the chairman of the newly formed Digital Infrastructure Caucus. Before deciding to pursue a legal career, Matt worked with a number of national, provincial, and local associations. These experiences have led him to pursue his current volunteer work with Calgary Legal Guidance.
He also serves as a director with HomeFront Calgary, a non-profit organization committed to ending domestic violence. He has called Brampton home for the last 24 years, during which time he has been a dedicated community servant and garnered a diverse range of professional experience. Raj brings a solid business and legal background to the Liberal team.
Raj practiced law at a prominent Bay street firm, where he specialized in public and private mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, and securities. Before entering the legal profession, Raj was a financial analyst for a fortune company. Raj currently sits on the board for KarmaGrow, a Brampton community garden project.
The Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, is well known and well respected within her community for her work on substance use issues, harm reduction, housing, and public health. Patty has had a variety of her written work published, including several op-eds in The Chronicle Journal on the issue of homelessness.
Patty has lived in Thunder Bay—Superior North since She and her two sons currently call Thunder Bay home. In addition to her work on mental health and addictions, Patty is also a talented graphic designer, and she formerly served as Creative Director for a marketing firm. A broadcaster and a senior public affairs manager, Ken has spent his career connecting people with information, resources, and services in order to better inform and engage people in their communities.
Ken began his career in broadcasting as a commentator, announcer, and interviewer with various radio and television affiliates across BC and Western Canada, and as a freelance print media reporter. Ken designed and implemented innovative mass and social media campaigns that enabled public dialogue, and helped inform major provincial and regional policies.
These range from life-saving road safety programs for ICBC, the communication program for the regional transportation authority during the Winter Olympics, through to direct media support for the Vancouver Police during the Stanley Cup riots. A resident of Fort McMurray since , Kyle Harrietha has been a passionate advocate for the community he calls home. A dedicated public servant, Kyle has spent more than 16 years working for responsible and sustainable development, accountable and transparent government, and the advancement of aboriginal and minority rights.
Kyle was born in Ajax, Ontario and grew up in nearby Oshawa and Scarborough. In early , Kyle ran as the Liberal candidate in the Fort McMurray-Athabasca by-election, where he helped lead the Liberals to their best result since A devoted family man and businessman, Thomas J.
Harvey TJ has lived in the riding of Tobique — Mactaquac his entire life. He knows that progress is made through public engagement and a willingness to hear all sides, and TJ is ready to be a vocal, thoughtful, and tireless advocate for all residents.
TJ is dedicated to ensuring that future generations are provided with the same opportunities as those who came before.
He understands the issues that are most important to Tobique — Mactaquac; increased access to affordable and sustainable housing; a healthy local economy; and improved employment opportunities for all residents. As a member of the Agriculture Alliance of New Brunswick board of directors, he represented the interests of both English and French agriculture producers through the Federation of Agricultural Producers.
As a long-time public servant, Terry Hayward will bring a significant amount of government experience to the people of Provencher. Over the course of a 33 year career with the public service, Terry held several senior executive positions with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, as well as with the National Farm Products Council. Upon his retirement from the civil service, Terry went on to serve as Executive Director of the Manitoba Rural Adaptation Council, a not-for-profit organization that funded innovative agriculture projects.
Terry also established his own advisory services business and maintains an active relationship with his community. P, was born and raised in Calgary. Kent took an early interest in sports, especially hockey, with an eye to a career as a phys-ed teacher. The following year he attended Mount Royal College and played with the Cougars, his stick-handling getting better and better.
The injury left him paralyzed. He would never walk again. In fact, if anything, it quickened. While still re-learning to use his fingers, Kent studied at the University of Calgary, and received a Bachelor of Canadian Studies followed by a Bachelor of Law in Kent practiced law at the prestigious national firm, Fraser Milner Casgrain now Dentons , and became an active community leader, working with the United Way and heading the Alberta branch of the Canadian Paraplegic Association.
Over the past decade of his political involvement he has become one of the most recognizable faces in Calgary. When not on the campaign trail or spending time with his nephews and partner, Deanna, Kent can often be found in the community chatting with constituents in the local Safeway or Co-op.
Judy Higginbotham is a community leader who has spent her life enriching her community and engaging with its civic processes. Judy currently serves on the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce- a group dedicated to being the voice of business and professional people who want to promote the well being of the area. Theatre and the arts are a hobby and passion for her and she believes that every child should experience the magic of live theatre, as a participant or as a member of the audience and escape into the imaginary and creative world of make believe.
He is also a Member of the Liaison Committee. Anthony has two Law Degrees B. He worked at Dialogic Corporation — a multinational technology company, where Anthony had risen through the ranks to become Executive Vice-President, Corporate Affairs and General Counsel. Anthony has been politically active for 25 years, first being elected to office in As part of his work, he is in charge of the human resources, legal services, purchasing, community relations, intergovernmental relations and Agglomeration Council portfolios.
In addition, he is the secretary of the Association of Suburban Municipalities and a member of the Montreal Agglomeration Council. On a personal level, Anthony participates in numerous activities in his community. He is a member of the drama society and swim team. His performance in swimming earned him seven medals at the Maccabiah Games in Israel. He has also been a volunteer for many years within a number of organizations serving the English speaking and Jewish communities.
A lawyer and social activist, he has a proven track record of leadership and community empowerment that is effective at getting results for York South—Weston. Born and raised in Somalia, Ahmed immigrated to Canada in where he settled in Regent Park and quickly gravitated towards public service.
Ahmed currently serves as the National President of the Canadian Somali Congress — a Somali community organization that works with national and regional authorities to advocate on issues of importance to Canadians of Somali heritage and strengthen civic engagement and integration.
His results-driven reputation led to an invitation to join the task force for modernizing income security for adults in the Toronto City Summit Alliance. Ahmed is fluent in English, Somali, and Swahili, and earned his B. In , the Toronto Star recognized him as one of ten individuals in Toronto to have made substantial contributions to our community.
Born and raised in Corner Brook, she is proud to call the Humber Valley home. With a focus on consultation and consensus-building, she is determined to be a strong voice for the issues that matter most to the residents of Long Range Mountains. A well-known advocate in the outfitting industry for nearly 20 years, and tourism more broadly for over 30 years, Gudie spent a decade as a board member for the Newfoundland and Labrador Outfitters Association, where she served as both president and vice-president.
She is Chair and Managing Director of the Battle Harbour Historic Trust — an organization committed to conserving, protecting, and promoting the living heritage, integrity, and natural environment of Battle Harbour. Gudie is a former president of the Corner Brook Chamber of Commerce and was a founding board member of the Canadian Federation of Outfitting Associations, which advocates on behalf of the Canadian outfitter industry.
In all pursuits she has maintained a focus on developing and retaining local employees and utilizing sustainable environmental practices. A lawyer by trade, Angelo is committed to his profession and his community. A long-serving volunteer, Angelo started his political journey within the Liberal Party of Canada in his teenage years and continues to be a strong advocate of Liberal values.
Within his community, Angelo is involved with a number of organizations, including the Knights of Columbus. Angelo is also involved with charitable organizations that support the work of the Canadian Cancer Society and the Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute. A sheet metal contractor, born and raised in Turtleford, Saskatchewan Larry Ingram has served his community for nearly a decade as a local School Board Trustee and a Mervin municipal councillor.
He is a proven leader who will be a relentless advocate for his community as Member of Parliament for Battlefords—Lloydminister in Ottawa. As the Rural Representative and Vice Chair of the North Central Transportation Planning Committee — an advisory board to the Provincial Department of Highways and Transportation — Larry helped develop a transportation plan for the northern region of the province by bringing together elected representatives, leaders, and industry stakeholders.
He was instrumental in having Highway 3 rebuilt from Glaslyn to Turtleford. Larry also worked with the Canadian Wheat Board and CN Rail to promote the ordering of producer cars, advocating that the important railway continue to serve farmers in his community. A certified organic farmer and small business owner, Larry understands the acute needs of his rural community. An active volunteer, Jerome donates time and energy to Global Shapers — a global forum dedicated to creating social change within local communities around the world — and the World Partnership Walk in Calgary — a non-profit organization dedicated to making significant and positive steps towards ending global poverty in the developing world.
He also cares deeply about international and sustainable development and has spent time overseas volunteering in India with a microfinance non-profit focused on supporting women to become economic engines in their own communities. Leon is the proud recipient of many military distinctions, including the Order of Military Merit and the Canadian Peacekeeping Service medal.
A first-generation Canadian, well-regarded lawyer, and working mother, Bang-Gu Jiang is committed to making Canada and the riding of Markham-Unionville a better place to live, work, and succeed.
Bang-Gu obtained her J. Bang-Gu believes in a society that works for everyone — one with greater economic opportunities for all Canadians and more social justice in our communities. A dedicated father, community activist, and non-profit executive who grew up in Nelson, Don Johnston has spent a lifetime addressing the issues which his community faces. From youth apathy to strengthening environmental protections, Don has the proven experience and ambition to represent Kootenay—Columbia in Ottawa.
As the CEO of Columbia Basin Trust, Don oversaw various initiatives aimed at protecting the social, economic, and environmental viability of the Kootenay Columbia region. Don earned his Masters of Arts in Leadership and Training from Royal Roads University and has specialized training in managing non-profit organizations. An active member of his community, Reagan is driven by the desire to give back to the riding of Grand Prairie—Mackenzie.
An experienced salesman, Reagan currently works in the automotive sales business in Grande Prairie and believes that the people of Grande Prairie—Mackenzie deserve a strong voice in Ottawa. He is particularly concerned with protecting the environment and wants to help farmers bring their crop to market by securing adequate funding from the federal government.
Reagan also wants to ensure that every resident of his community has equal and easy access to key governmental services like healthcare. She was previously the Minister of Canadian Heritage, after being elected for the first time in as the Member of Parliament for Ahuntsic-Cartierville. She has also served as a spokesperson for Logis Rose-Virginie and as an ambassador for Herstreet.
Bernadette Jordan was first elected on October, A professional fundraiser and community activist, Bernadette Jordan previously was the Development Officer for Health Services Foundation in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, where she has spent eight years on a team that raised millions of dollars for health care in her region.
Bernadette has participated in community-level politics for over 30 years, having held positions such as the President of the Atlantic Community Newspapers Association and Earth Day Challenge Committee Chair. Driven by a deep admiration and love for the region she lives in, Bernadette believes in economic development that creates jobs in Nova Scotia — in both traditional industries and new ones — while still remaining committed to protecting the environment.
This regional understanding allow her to focus on the ideas and visions that best reflect the hearts and minds of the people in this community. Bernadette is happily married to her husband Dave and together they have raised three children: Isaac, Mason, and Rebecca.
As a member of the Big River First Nations, he knows first-hand that progress is made when people come together for respectful and meaningful dialogue.
A non-partisan politician all his life, Lawrence understands that his purpose is to represent Canadians and voice their concerns. He provides third party advisory services to the office of CXO. His core competency lies in developing pragmatic solutions to complex problems, with a focus on business operation efficiency and sustainability. Majid is committed to improving the lives of those living in Richmond Hill. He wants to be an advocate for change on issues that are of local concern, such as small business sustainability and cost of living.
Majid has lived in the riding for 15 years with his wife and two children. Driven by a fundamental belief in equality of opportunity, Perry Juttla has dedicated much of his life to helping improve the lives of those in his communities and is now committed to being a strong local voice in Ottawa for all residents of Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan. Perry has been a life long Liberal, volunteering and door-knocking since he was He has gained valuable experience with diversified business holdings in agriculture, commercial real estate, and is launching the job creation website bidyets.
Perry spends much of his free time with local organizations. In , Tim and his wife founded Delta Media, an Ottawa-based communications firm serving government, corporate and non-profit clients across Canada.
In , the pair expanded their firm and opened a second location in Victoria, British Columbia. In addition to his responsibilities as Chairman of Delta Media Inc. Tim is the proud recipient of the Golden Jubilee Medal, was the first inductee to the Algonquin College Media Hall of Fame and was a dedicated member of the Famous 5 Ottawa — a volunteer group that was instrumental in persuading the government to install the Women are Persons!
Originally from Northwestern Ontario, she has lived in Red Deer for ten years. Driven by the desire to actively represent her community with integrity, Chandra is ready to serve on behalf of the constituents in the riding of Red Deer — Mountain View as their next Member of Parliament.
Drawn to assisting others and advocacy, Chandra has highly involved herself with various non-profit organizations. In addition to her extensive leadership experience, Chandra currently works as the Executive Director of the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra.
An avid believer in building strong communities and giving back to society, Iqra Khalid is a young Pakistani-Canadian woman who has lived in the riding of Mississauga-Erin Mills for the past decade. Iqra graduated from York University in , with a double major in Criminology and Professional Writing. She later obtained her Juris Doctor and is now working as a legal professional with the City of Mississauga. Throughout her life, Iqra has been a strong advocate for equality and fairness.
She has proven her dedication to the community and her leadership capability time and again. She is capable and determined to bring forward solutions, offer a fresh, progressive perspective, and help bring our nation to greater heights. A registered nurse, community volunteer and a political activist, Kamal is passionate about improving the lives of those around her and is committed to being a strong voice for change for all residents in Brampton West.
He was born and raised in the riding, is a small business owner, well-versed in local issues, and brings experience and a strong sense of justice to his candidacy. Along with public service, Gordon is passionate about community involvement and has volunteered with KIN Enterprises — an organization which offers adults overcoming life challenges, diverse opportunities to enhance their quality of life and involvement within the community. Gordon holds degrees in Science and Law from the University of Saskatchewan and has authored multiple articles on economic growth.
A first-generation Canadian inspired by his fellow community leaders, Steven Kou is driven by his love for Canada and by his strong desire to continue building a better community in Vancouver Kingsway.
He is the Executive Vice-president of the Canada Chinese Investors and Entrepreneurs Association, and a member of the Supervisors Committee of the Canadian Alliance of Chinese Associations, which promotes unity and cooperation among the Chinese community and helps the community better integrate into Canada. In , Steven wrote the first set of Chinese tax books in Canada, which cover all aspects of the Canadian tax law on immigration, house purchase, personal tax, establishing commerce, and investment.
An established member of his community, Andy Kowalski is a business owner and entrepreneur. Born and raised in Poland, Andrew has been a resident of Battle River — Crowfoot for 24 years and will give his riding a strong voice in Ottawa.
A dedicated community member, Andy has extensive volunteer experience in the riding. He has been highly involved with the Boy Scouts and has coached the local soccer team. Andy is driven by his determination to fight for middle class Canadians and his desire to bring transparency to government. He wants to make a real difference in the lives of his constituents and address the most pressing issues in the region.
Andy lives in Battle River — Crowfoot with his wife and children. He owns his own business of food exportation and importation. He is fluent in Polish and English.
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