A desire to help people and a passion for politics led Tony towards his career in public service, first as a political assistant, working on both Parliament Hill and at Queen’s Park, following his University and College studies.
After serving as a Public Relations Consultant for five years, Tony returned home to Niagara Falls and served as the Senior Manager of Communications and Stakeholder Relations for The Niagara Parks Commission, working for the organization for just over 18 years.
On October 21, 2019, Tony was elected Member of Parliament for his hometown riding of Niagara Falls. Two months later, he was named Deputy Shadow Minister for Transport. In September 2020, newly elected Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole appointed Tony to the Conservative Shadow Cabinet as Special Advisor to the Leader on Tourism Recovery.
A graduate of McMaster University with a degree in Political Science, Tony also received a Public Relations Certificate, with Honours, from Humber College. He is married to his lovely wife Carol and they have one teenage son, Daniel.
Tony is deeply thankful and grateful to the residents in the City of Niagara Falls, and in the towns of Niagara-on-the-Lake and Fort Erie, who have put their trust in him to represent their interests in Ottawa.
Secure the future, help elect Erin O’Toole’s Conservatives and get Canada’s economy back on track.