Peng You Acclaimed as Ontario PC Candidate for Thunder Bay–Superior North

The Ontario PC Party is pleased to announce that Peng You has been acclaimed as our candidate for the riding of Thunder Bay–Superior North for the next provincial election. 

“As a long-time resident and small business owner in Northern Ontario, I know firsthand that our communities have unique needs that require unique solutions,” said Peng. “I want to join Premier Ford and the Progressive Conservative Caucus in government at Queen’s Park to bring the key issues and opportunities that matter to the region and those who live here to the provincial agenda. If elected, I will give Thunder Bay–Superior North a new voice at the table.”

Peng is an internationally recognized Tai Chi Master, entrepreneur, travel tour leader and Councillor-at-Large for the City of Thunder Bay who has consistently contributed to the community that he loves since moving to Thunder Bay in 1990. He owns and operates the Peng You International Tai Chi Academy in addition to his Council duties and service on the Community Economic Development Commission Board, Sister Cities Committee, Thunder Bay Chinese-Canadian Association and the Thunder Bay Martial Arts Council.

“Peng’s strong business acumen and passion for giving back to his community will make him an excellent representative for the great riding of Thunder Bay–Superior North,” said Brian Patterson, President of the Ontario PC Party. “We are proud to have strong candidates like him as part of our Ontario PC family.”

Additionally, Peng is passionate about giving back to the community and is committed to building a strong, viable and prosperous community for Thunder Bay and the surrounding communities in the Superior-North riding. He is also the proud recipient of the 2001 Chinese-Canadian Entrepreneurs Award and the 2002 Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Award.


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