Last updated Aug 24, 2015
Throughout his career, Glenn has shown an unwavering commitment to a better, fairer Sudbury. He has fought tirelessly for supports for persons with developmental disabilities, and for quality services for families struggling with autism. As a director with the United Way, he led many successful campaigns in support of community development. And as a proud volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters and minor hockey and football leagues, he has helped empower Sudbury youth to reach their full potential.
As your representative in Ottawa, Glenn remained focused on building opportunity and prosperity for all members of our great community. Whether advocating for greater retirement security, enhanced consumer protection measures or significant investment in the Ring of Fire, Glenn consistently put Sudbury and Sudburians’ interests first.
Glenn was born and raised in Sudbury, and is a graduate of Cambrian College. He lives in Sudbury with his wife, Yolanda, and their two daughters.
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