Alicia Vianga Acclaimed as Ontario PC Candidate for Scarborough–Guildwood


The Ontario PC Party is pleased to announce that Alicia Vianga has been acclaimed as our candidate for the riding of Scarborough–Guildwood for the next provincial election.

“Premier Doug Ford and the PC Team have done an extraordinary job managing these unchartered times, which demand strong, principled leadership that puts the collective needs of Ontarians first,” said Vianga. “I’m ready to take my passion for public service to Queens Park and represent Scarborough–Guildwood the way it should be represented – with a seat at the government table when crucial decisions are made about our future. As your representative in Government, my goal is to ensure that the people of Scarborough–Guildwood always have the opportunity to support their families and follow their dreams.”

Vianga is an established entrepreneur and advocate for supporting women and families who have been affected by breast cancer. Her strong business acumen combined with her passion for supporting women led her found Premier Jour Lingerie and Swimwear, a boutique that provides its customers with unique lingerie and swimwear as well as certified bra and breast prosthesis fittings. She is also the founder of after BREAST CANCER, a charitable organization focused on ensuring financially strained survivors of breast cancer have access to the necessities they need.

Vianga understands the needs of everyday people who are looking to their Government for leadership, support, and access to quality and reliable services.

“Alicia is a great example of the high-calibre candidates that we are proud to have as part of our Ontario PC family,” said Brian Patterson, President of the Ontario PC Party.

Additionally, Vianga strongly believes in giving back to the community. She is an active board member of Corso Italia BIA, a member of Rotary Club and supports several non-profit events, including Covenant House-Celebrate Mom.

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