As Proud Politics 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.
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.
In 2019, Ryan was your candidate in the 43rd Canadian General Election for Toronto Centre. As an LGBTQ2 candidate Ryan was proud to bring his lived experience to the Conservative Party of Canada. And he was proud to bring what he's learned as a director with organizations working to reduce barriers for LGBTQ2 people, and other underrepresented groups, right here in Toronto Centre.
Ryan is an is an alumnus of Ryerson* University’s Public Administration & Governance program and wants to bring together everyone who believes in a balance between fiscal responsibility, progressive social policy, and individual rights and responsibilities.
Ryan looks forward to building an inclusive, safe, and prosperous future for Toronto Centre and Canada.
*Ryerson University is changing its name. Learn more at, https://www.ryerson.ca/next-chapter/
Ryan is concerned about climate change - about the kind of planet we will leave for future generations. He believes Canada is positioned to lead the global fight for a cleaner and greener natural environment - a fight that will define a generation.
Ryan believes you deserve a federal government that is responsible with taxpayer money. He knows there is a real cost to servicing the debt and in a few years the interest paid on the national debt will rise to $34 billion per year.
Ryan knows that there can be no true and lasting reconciliation without financial reconciliation. He wants to empower Indigenous communities to share in the wealth that Canada is so capable of creating.
Ryan lives with his husband and their dog (Meatball!) in downtown Toronto. He knows that creating safer and more inclusive spaces for LGBTQ2 people in Canada happens in our homes, workplaces, and in our own communities through the conversations that we have every day.
The 44th Canadian General Election is on September 20th, 2021. Vote by mail if you register before September 14th, 2021 at 6:00 PM
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