Meet Christine Hogarth
Now in her second successful term as MPP, Christine Hogarth is increasingly recognized as an effective and passionate advocate for the people of Etobicoke-Lakeshore. In addition, serving as Parliamentary Assistant (PA) to Ontario’s Solicitor General, Christine has become a powerful voice for federal Criminal Code reform relating to gun and gang violence, stricter bail for offenders and support for our first responders.
Together with the Premier and his team, Christine has also delivered on major new investments for hospitals and other health care innovations, schools, seniors’ supports and transit expansion for the Riding.
Yet she remains an activist for causes personally important to her, such as support for victims of sexual violence and trafficking, creating tough animal welfare laws and protecting our lakefront, rivers and other environmentally sensitive areas.
Previously PA to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Christine also served as the Ontario PC Party’s first female Executive Director, held senior positions for two prior Premiers, Sudbury’s Mayor and Ontario’s Official Opposition Leader, helped lead the Toronto Board of Trade and the Canadian Automobile Association, and was president of her local Homeowner’s Association and a member of the Longbranch Legion Branch 101.