Fred Bennink Acclaimed as Ontario PC Candidate for Hamilton West-Ancaster-Dundas

The Ontario PC Party is pleased to announce that Fred Bennink has been acclaimed as our candidate for the riding of Hamilton West–Ancaster–Dundas for the next provincial election. 

“I would be honoured to represent the people of Hamilton West–Ancaster–Dundas with a seat at the government table when crucial decisions are made about our future,” said Bennink. “I’m eager to take my extensive experience in and passion for public service to Queen’s Park to ensure our needs and concerns are part of the provincial agenda. I will continue to work hard for our community and, together, we will continue to put Ontario back on a solid path to recovery.”

Bennink was appointed as Vice Chair of the Hamilton Police Services Board in 2019 and considers public safety to be one of the most important services for a community to uphold. Additionally, he was the owner and president of Zip Signs for 35 years, was an auxiliary officer for Hamilton police and has board and volunteer experience with multiple community and charitable organizations.

“Congratulations to Fred on his nomination as our candidate for the great riding Hamilton West–Ancaster–Dundas,” said Brian Patterson, President of the Ontario PC Party. “I know he has what it takes to be a great local representative and I’m pleased to have him on our team as we look ahead to the next provincial election.”


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