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BROCKVILLE – Josh Bennett, a devoted community leader, has been nominated as the Liberal candidate in Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes for this year’s important federal election.
“I am honoured to have earned the trust of local Liberals in Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes. I’m ready to represent the needs of our vibrant community in Ottawa, to create more jobs and to increase access to high-speed internet across our riding,” said Josh. “I look forward to working hard to earn the support of families across Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes, one conversation at a time.”
Josh and his family have deep roots and an impressive track record of leadership and service in the community. After growing up in Augusta Township, Bennett has remained an active community leader by volunteering his time in a number of roles, including as President of the Rotary Club of Brockville and as Chair of the Brockville Santa Clause Parade. A graduate of both Queen’s University and the Royal Military College of Canada, Josh currently works as the Director of Consumer Research at a leading Canadian market research company, where he works with major businesses and organizations to understand and respond to public opinion. A continued contributor to the local community, Josh has firsthand experience with the challenges facing middle class families in Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes every day and looks forward to representing the needs of the community in Ottawa.
Justin Trudeau and the Liberal team have been working on a strong plan for Canadians: to grow the economy, strengthen the middle class, protect a healthy environment for our children and grandchildren, and offer real help to Canadian families. Justin Trudeau’s positive plan is working to strengthen our middle class and make life better for Canadian families, and there’s much more to do.
The Liberal Party of Canada is committed to building the most open and inclusive movement in Canadian politics. Throughout 2019, local Liberals have been working hard across the country to engage with Canadians, and volunteers across Canada have started thousands of new conversations on the doorstep – focused on their ideas for building a better future.