Chhinzer seeking Conservative Party nomination in Oakville-North Burlington riding

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Published October 4, 2023 at 10:09 am

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Former Toronto and Peel Region police officer Ron Chhinzer announced he is running to be the Conservative Party of Canada candidate in the riding of Oakville-North Burlington.

Former Toronto and Peel Region police officer Ron Chhinzer announced he is running to be the Conservative Party of Canada’s candidate in the riding of Oakville North-Burlington.

Chhinzer, who will be seeking to win his party’s nomination and then unseat current Oakville-North Burlington MP Pam Damoff in the next federal election, is not new to politics.

The current businessman previously ran as the Conservative Party candidate in the Mississauga-Lakeshore byelection in December of 2022, finishing behind Liberal candidate Charles Sousa.

“As the son of immigrant parents, with 20 years in law enforcement and policing, over two decades of volunteer work, and a current role as a business executive, I’m committed to our country’s growth and well-being,” said Chhinzer, a gang prevention expert.

Chhinzer says his campaign will emphasize public safety, economic development, and strong family values.

“As a dedicated spouse, parent, and community advocate, I look forward to the opportunity to serve the residents of Oakville-North Burlington and Canada,” he said.

The next federal election is set to take place on or before Oct. 20, 2025.

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