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June 2022 Monthly Review


We have made history in the Thunder Bay – Atikokan riding! I am so honoured and humbled to have been elected as the first conservative MPP in 35 years, and I could not have done it without my family and the amazing team who worked tirelessly day and night on this campaign.

We were the underdogs, with polls predicting us at 20% the day before the election, but we felt that we had the support of our community. And we were right! The people of Thunder Bay – Atikokan came out to support us, and we are so grateful for each and every vote. This victory is for all of us, and it is just the beginning. Thank you again, from the bottom of my heart, for making this moment possible.

Getting Started

I have arrived at Queens Park. Spent a couple of days of orientation and taking the Oath of Office.

I respect the responsibility that the people of Thunder Bay-Atikokan have placed in me and am humbled by the support I received.

“There’s only been roughly 1,032 MPPs before this current parliament so a very small group has ever served in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, it’s a great honor to be able to serve there.”

Thank you to everyone that has helped me get here today.

Parliamentary Assistant Swearing in

I’m honoured to be part of the team of parliamentary assistants that will support the cabinet in delivering the Ford government’s ambitious plan to build Ontario.

As the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, I will support the Minister with legislative and committee matters, including special projects and assignments that require dedicated leadership.

I look forward to working with my colleagues in the coming months to help make Ontario a better place for everyone. Thank you for this opportunity to serve the people of this great province.

Remembering Terry Fox

He inspired and united our country by running across Canada to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. Even though he was forced to stop his journey near Thunder Bay due to the progression of the disease, his legacy continues on through the Terry Fox Foundation, which has raised millions of dollars for cancer research. His story continues to inspire us all and reminds us that even one person can make a difference. As we remember Terry Fox, let us also recommit ourselves to his dream of finding a cure for cancer.