JULIUS TIANGSON

YORK-CENTRE

PLEDGE YOUR SUPPORT TO JULIUS

TAKE ACTION​

VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME

WE NEED YOU

Every campaign needs an army of volunteers to get the word out. If you are interested in knocking on doors, answering phones or something else...let us know here.
VOLUNTEER

REQUEST A LAWN SIGN

SUPPORT

A sign on your lawn shows your neighbour that you support a specific candidate. Often people will vote for who they feel will win. More signs on lawns helps spread this message.
REQUEST LAWN SIGN

MAKE A DONATION

HELP US OUT

Campaigns are expensive and run on the financial donations of our supporters. Without these funds it is more difficult to get our message you to the public.
MAKE A DONATION

Meet Julius Tiangson

Over the past 30 years, Julius Tiangson has led and founded businesses and non-profit organizations in Canada with a particular focus in capital raising and capacity building through leadership, staff  and Board development.

He was also involved in the formation of the Filipino International Network (FIN) – a volunteer driven organization that connects Filipino Contract Workers in the Middle East, Asia and Europe. Through FIN he has travelled and established a network of migrant workers in United Kingdom, France, Cyprus, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, and Mexico.

He is a committed citizen who actively participates in community organizations and political engagement. His advocacy on behalf of the temporary foreign workers particularly those who are in the Live-in Caregiver Program of Canada, new immigrants and youth lead him to run as a Member of Parliament for Mississauga Centre in 2015.

Meet OUR LEADER
Erin O'Toole

Erin O’Toole was born in Montreal. He enrolled in the RCAF when he was 18 and attended the Royal Military College. He did basic training in Chilliwack, BC; got his wings in Winnipeg, MB; and served out of Halifax, NS. Erin participated in search and rescue missions as a tactical navigator. He is bilingual.

After 12 years of service, Erin retired from the military and spent the next decade working in the private sector as a corporate lawyer. He is a founding member of the Board of Directors for the True Patriot Love Foundation, a charity that serves veterans and military families across Canada.

He has been elected 3 times in Durham (2012 by- election, 2015 and 2019). He served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Trade before becoming Minister of Veterans Affairs, a beleaguered file he successfully turned around within 10 months at the end of the Harper government.

For the last two years, Erin served as Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Erin is married to Rebecca and they have two children, Mollie & Jack.