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October 17, 2019

100 Day Action Plan: Repealing Trudeau carbon tax before January 1

Families will start saving hundreds of dollars per year for coldest winter months As part of its 100 Day Action Plan, a new Conservative government will repeal Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax as its first piece of legislation, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today.  Scheer has already announced that he will...

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October 16, 2019

100 Day Action Plan: Real consequences for breaking ethics laws

New Conservative government to bring real accountability and transparency to government A new Conservative government will introduce legislation to attach stiff penalties for violating ethics laws and strengthen the powers of parliamentary watchdogs during its first 100 days, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced today. Scheer said he will establish penalties...

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October 16, 2019

Justin Trudeau cannot be trusted – he is pitting province against province, Canadian against Canadian

Trudeau calls on Québecers to fight Ontario and Alberta Today during a press conference, Justin Trudeau called on Québecers to fight Albertans and Ontarians.Here is what Trudeau said:“[Q]uébecers need to stand up and fight against those like Jason Kenney and Doug Ford and other conservative politicians.”But here is what Trudeau...

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October 15, 2019

Conservatives to support parents in mourning

New conservative government to extend EI parental leave to parents in mourning A new Conservative government will ensure that EI parental leave is extended for eight weeks following the death of a baby, affording parents experiencing unimaginable tragedy a much-needed opportunity to begin coping with their loss. “With this policy,...

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Meet The Candidate

As Proud Politics Canada said, "Ryan is no stranger to Toronto Centre." He has lived in Toronto Centre for more than a decade. A local volunteer and longtime advocate, he has a reputation for getting results – for setting goals and working hard to meet them. 

Those who know Ryan say he's a fighter. He's a tough negotiator, but he's careful to fight for the community from a position that is fair, thoughtful, and compassionate. And he never loses sight of the fact that there are real people impacted by policy decisions - or the absence of policy decisions. 

His work in the non-profit and charitable sector has made a difference in Toronto Centre. He was a member of the bid team that brought World Pride to Toronto in 2014 and was a director at Egale Canada Human Rights Trust where he led the team that raised $15 million to build an emergency and transitional housing facility in Toronto Centre for homeless youth. 

Ryan is passionate about mental health and addiction and he strongly believes in the human rights and equality of all Canadians. In 2016, Ryan proudly represented Canadian Civil Society at the Organization of American States (OAS) as a panelist on Advancing a Commitment to Address Victims of Trafficking in Persons. 

In 2018, Ryan was your candidate in the Toronto Municipal Election for Ward 13 Toronto Centre. He put forward a platform that focused on building a safer city, housing affordability, reducing congestion, and investing in new transit infrastructure. 

Today, Ryan continues to work with non-profit and charitable organizations so they can increase their capacity to provide services, raise awareness, and improve... Read Bio