Blake Libfeld Ontario PC Candidate for Toronto-St. Paul’s

TORONTO, ON – The Ontario PC Party is pleased to announce that Blake Libfeld has been nominated as our 2022 Ontario PC Candidate for the riding of Toronto-St. Paul’s.

Blake Libfeld has worked for the Mackenzie Institute, a national defence think-tank based in Toronto, where he published two articles on Canada’s future fighter procurement. Blake has been a participant in the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Conference.

“I am honoured to be your PC candidate for Toronto-St.Paul’s and look forward to joining Doug Ford and his PC team ahead of the next election,” said Blake Libfeld. “Addressing Ontario’s housing crisis is a top priority, so more families can find a home that meets their needs within their budgets.”

Blake’s involvement in politics began in 2014, with the Ontario PC Fund and sought nomination to make a difference in his community. Blake completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto and a Master of Letters in Strategic Studies from the University of St. Andrews.

“We are excited to have Blake as our candidate for Toronto-St.Paul’s, he will be a strong advocate for the people in Toronto,” said Andrew Shoom-Kirsch, President of the Toronto-St.Paul’s PC Riding Association.

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