On June 2nd, 2022, Ontarians will head to the polls. Until then, provincial party leaders and their candidates canvas their regions to grab voter attention and earn their votes.
The past few years showed the need for thoughtful and proactive policy that addresses the province’s economic, societal and infrastructure needs while addressing the pressing climate crisis. As the pandemic carries on, Ontarians are looking to government to provide solutions to the ongoing health crisis, while preparing us for future needs and events.
As a non-partisan advocacy body in Ontario for all engineers, we are happy to see numerous engineers put their names forward and campaign for a seat at Queen’s Park. Having engineers in Government and Cabinet will amplify the voices of the profession and put experts in the driving seat to solve society’s major issues.
Engineers and Engineering Graduate Running in this 2022 Provincial Election:
Vincent Ke, M.Eng. – Conservative Party, Don Valley North, seeking re-election
Deepak Anand, B.Eng. – Conservative Party, Mississauga-Malton, seeking re-election
Amarjot Sandhu, B.Eng.- Conservative Party, Brampton West, seeking re-election
Andrew Dowie P.Eng. – Conservative Party, Windor-Tecumseh
Mazhar Shafiq, B.Eng. – Liberal Party, Scarborough Centre
Surekha Shenoy, M.Sc Industrial Engineering– Liberal Party, Cambridge
Shefaza Esmail, B.Eng – Green Party, Waterloo
Syam Chandra, B.Eng – Green Party, Hamilton West-Ancaster-Dundas
Don’t forget to register to vote for the upcoming election and check OSPE’s website regularly for our election platform blog series and analysis on each party’s platform on issues impacting the engineering community.