Dionne Duncan: Progressive Conservatives, Hamilton Centre

Dionne Duncan: Progressive Conservatives, Hamilton Centre

Hamilton Centre provincial Tory candidate Dionne Duncan

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Dr. Dionne Duncan is currently the Vice President of Healthcare and Client Advisor-ship at the Rosas Center focusing on Development and Core Advancement at the Business Operations level.

Dr. Duncan is also a facilitator at the PHD Acquired Brain Injury Services Group/Mind Forward in Ontario supporting clinics and healthcare facilities across Niagara, Toronto and Halton Region.

Dr. Duncan services and supports patients who have brain injuries and require direct assistance with rehabilitation, medication, community support and extended life management.

Duncan is the recipient of the 2018 IWAA Federal Award for Diversity/Humanitarianism and Women’s Leadership for Canada. She is also the recipient of the JS Woodward Award for Humanities and Community Support.

Dr. Duncan is a board member and VP for the Enlightened Women’s Core team representing Canada. Duncan has also worked for many years in the volunteer and community sector supporting nonprofits in York Region, Toronto and Oakville Ont.

On January 14th 2018, Dionne Duncan was named as the Hamilton Centre Progressive Conservative MPP Candidate. Duncan is focused on many issues for Hamilton Centre including the healthcare crisis, senior support, housing, education and dealing with mental health and the rising homeless issue in the region.

Dr. Duncan believes she can provide continued support in Hamilton Centre and is dedicated to leadership, helping the homeless, increasing healthcare support and a platform that includes, seniors, families and individual wellness.

Dr. Duncan is committed to focusing on eradicating the issues pertaining to poverty, homelessness and opioid abuse in Hamilton Centre, and is dedicated to improving community wellness and harmony.

Source: https://www.ontariopc.ca/our_candidates

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