Charmaine Williams


Brampton Centre

In 2018, Williams became the first black woman elected to Brampton City Council. If elected as the representative in Government for Brampton Centre, she will focus her efforts on making our streets safer, ensuring that families have access to social and recreational services that they need and want, and advocating for an integrated transportation plan […]

Brian Riddell



Brian is currently a professor at Conestoga College and has over 20 years of experience in the private sector, holding multiple management roles in sales, marketing, and business development. Brian is a sitting member of Cambridge’s Art’s and Culture Board and has been an active volunteer in various community organizations. He has a passion for […]

Anthony Leardi



Leardi is a former Deputy-Mayor of Amherstburg and a lawyer with over 20 years of litigation experience. Having lived, worked and invested in Essex all his life, Leardi understands the issues that matter to the region and its residents. He brings a track record of success running for council, first as councillor and subsequently as […]

Stéphane Sarrazin



Stéphane is currently the Mayor of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet and the 2021 Warden of the United Counties of Prescott and Russell (UCPR), serving on multiple boards and committees. In his capacity as Mayor, Stéphane oversaw projects such as the construction of the new Prescott and Russell Residence and economic development initiatives support […]

Peter McSherry



Peter is a lawyer and owns his own law firm focusing on matters primarily relating to employment and disability rights. For decades, Peter has been an active community volunteer having served as the Vice Chair of the Guelph Police Services Board, a director of the Rotary Club of Guelph, secretary of Bracelet of Hope, past […]

Fred Bennink


Hamilton West–Ancaster–Dundas

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 […]

Paul Nguyen


Humber River–Black Creek

Nguyen is an award-winning activist and filmmaker from Toronto’s Jane-Finch area. In 2004, he created, to help break the negative stereotypes about the community. Before long, his grassroots project became a national success story. Nguyen is passionate about raising awareness for social justice and human rights issues, receiving recognition for his podcasts and stories […]

Dwight Monck



Monck brings a track record of success running for council, serving as Mayor of the Township of Pickle Lake since 2018, demonstrating he has what it takes to win. He is also passionate about public service and putting the needs of the community before all else, with a long career in police service, including as […]

Jim Schmidt



Jim is a small business owner and has nearly 20 years of experience as a custodial officer with the Waterloo Region District School Board, Waterloo Catholic School District School Board (WCDSB) and Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. He completed a certification from Conestoga College in the discipline of Micro Computer Application specializing in AutoCAD, as […]

Jess Dixon


Kitchener South—Hespeler

Jess was a prosecutor for both the provincial and federal governments since her call to the bar in 2014, supporting alternative justice initiatives and evidence-based innovation in the practice of criminal law. “I am so honoured to have been nominated as your PC candidate,” said Jess Dixon, “I’m excited to get out there and connect […]

Jerry Pribil


London North Centre

Pribil owns and operates the beloved Marienbad Restaurant and Chaucer’s Pub in downtown London. He attributes his strong business acumen to his vast international experience in the hospitality and tourism industry, including as Country Manager of American Express in Europe, General Manager of the Jurys Inn in the United Kingdom, and as President of the […]

Paul Paolatto


London West

Paolatto is the Chief Operating Officer at Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, where he oversees a significant enterprise that supports nearly 5,000 health care faculty, researchers, staff, and students. Paul also serves as the Executive Director of Western University’s network of Research Parks, and CEO of Western’s new Additive Design in Surgical […]

Eric Côté


Mushkegowuk–James Bay

Côté is the General Manager of Public Works for the Town of Kapuskasing and has served on the Moonbeam town council for the past three years. Thanks in part to these roles, Côté is well-versed in the key issues and opportunities that matter to the region, including jobs, supporting small business, and education. He also […]

Bob Gale


Niagara Falls

As a Regional Councillor, Gale lives and breathes the issues that matter to the region and its residents. He is known for fighting for fairness as a past Niagara Parks Commissioner and is credited with saving provincial taxpayers up to $300 million when the lease for the Maid of the Mist was fairly tendered out. […]

Randy Hazlett


Nickel Belt

Hazlett has served on the French River Municipal Council for the past three years. Thanks in part to this role, he is well-versed in and understands the issues that matter to the region and its residents, including the importance of creating jobs, fostering long-term economic growth, and supporting businesses. He is also a board member […]

Scott Healey


Ottawa Centre

For 40 years, Scott served with the Canadian Armed Forces, including two command tours at sea and a 10-month deployment in Afghanistan. In addition, Scott is assisting in the development of leading-edge technologies while completing his career in the military. Scott is also an active community member, sitting as a Director on the Friends of […]

Patrick Mayangi



Patrick holds a Master’s Degree from Carleton University, and is fluent in four languages, including French. His international experience includes working in collaboration with the Federal Republic of Germany and the Canadian Association of University Teachers of German (CAUTG) as an English language assistant in Berlin. “I look forward to joining Premier Doug Ford’s PC […]

Alicia Vianga



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 […]

Brian Saunderson



Brian has served in municipal politics since 2014 and was elected as the Mayor of Collingwood in 2018. During his time, Brian championed fiscal responsibility and the integrity of municipal governance striving to improve transparency and accountability. The Town of Collingwood reduced its external debt from approximately $35 million in 2015 to approximately $20 million […]

Kevin Holland


Thunder Bay–Atikokan

Kevin is the Mayor of the Township of Conmee and has over 30 years of experience as an elected member of Council. During his time, Kevin served on multiple boards and currently serves as the First Vice Chair of the Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA), Director for the Ontario Association of Police Services Boards, Vice […]

Peng You


Thunder Bay–Superior North

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 […]

John Leontowicz


Windsor West

Leontowicz is passionate about public service and putting the needs of the community before all else. He has a long and decorated career in police services, including most recently as Chief of Police in the Windsor Region for the past 21 years. Earlier this year, he retired from this post as the longest serving police […]

Andrew Dowie



Dowie lives and breathes the issues that matter to the region and its residents from his service as a Tecumseh Councillor. If elected as the representative in Government for Windsor-Tecumseh, he will focus his immediate efforts on: Securing Phase 2 funding for the planned Windsor-Essex Regional Acute Care Hospital; Advocating for new skills development and […]

George Pirie



George’s family roots began in Porcupine over 100 years ago, giving him a complete understanding of the rich, cultural mosaic of Timmins and the challenges communities face. As Mayor, George has been working tirelessly to keep the people of Timmins safe and is currently overseeing the largest mining boom in fifty years. Prior to entering […]