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Amy Fee
Kitchener South Hespeler

Amy is a former elected Trustee for Kitchener-Wilmot with the Waterloo Catholic District School Board. Prior to her current roles, Amy worked as a broadcast news anchor and sports reporter in various cities across Canada. Amy and her husband Craig have resided in Kitchener’s Doon neighbourhood for almost a decade along with their four kids and two Black Labs, “Ivy” and “Rickman.”

Current parliamentary roles

  • Member, Standing Committee on Government Agencies
  • Member, Standing Committee on Social Policy
  • Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services (Children and Autism)

Catherine Fife
Waterloo

Catherine is in her third term as a representative for Waterloo. Catherine was instrumental in the passage of Rowan’s Law, Missing Persons Legislation, Fairness for Ontario Realtors, and recognition of Craft Brewers. In Spring 2018, Catherine introduced Bill 37 – the Vulnerable Road Users legislation to protect cyclists, pedestrians, people in wheelchairs, emergency responders & road construction workers. . Catherine and her husband Dale enjoy life in Kitchener-Waterloo, where they live with their two great kids, Aidan and Claire.

Current parliamentary roles

  • Critic, Jobs, Employment, Research and Innovation
  • Chair, Standing Committee on Public Accounts

Mike Harris
Kitchener Conestoga

Mike Harris Jr. is the son of former Ontario premier Mike Harris, but is not related to Michael Harris, his immediate predecessor as MPP for Kitchener Conestoga.

Current parliamentary roles

Member, Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly


Belinda Karahalios
Cambridge

Belinda Karahalios was elected as the riding representative for Cambridge during the most recent election in June 2018. She has been politically active for years, having volunteered in the campaigns of federal and provincial Conservatives since she was 18. Karahalios grew up in Mississauga, the child of immigrants. Her dad came to Canada from Trinidad as a young man, got an education and had a successful career in investments; her mom is from Portugal. She studied biological anthropology at the University of Toronto, with plans to work in pathology or forensics. But sitting in on her first autopsy convinced her that wasn’t the career for her. “That did it for me,” she said. “I definitely was not of that ilk.” Instead, she held various jobs in medical fields, working in sales and patient support, education and advocacy for drug companies and for the Ontario branch of the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

Current parliamentary roles

  • Member, Standing Committee on Social Policy
  • Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services (Community and Social Services)

Laura Mae Lindo
Kitchener Centre

Laura Mae Lindo was elected in June of 2018 to the riding of Kitchener Centre. She is the niece of former Ontario MPP and Speaker Alvin Curling. Prior to her election, she worked as Director of Diversity and Equity at Wilfred Laurier University. Laura Mae has three children, and holds a PhD in Education from York University. She currently serves as a Member of the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills, and as Critic for Citizenship and Immigration Services and Critic for Anti-Racism.

Current parliamentary roles

  • Critic, Anti-Racism
  • Member, Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills
  • Critic, Citizenship and Immigration Services