Jermaine Chambers

Brampton West

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Jermaine Chambers is a financial professional having spent over 13 years working with three of Canada’s top 5 banks. Today he operates a Mortgage business helping Canadians with the dream of home ownership. Jermaine is very active and engaged in the Brampton Community supporting seniors groups, mental health and community development.


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Jude Bazelais



Tunde Obasan

Edmonton Strathcona

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Tunde Obasan has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, a Master’s degree in Finance, and has had a successful career in accounting and finance. He earned the Chartered Professional Accountant, Certified General Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, Project Management Professional, and Certified Information Systems Auditor designations. 

He is an Associate Pastor at his local church. He has volunteered at the Rhema Food Bank, the Edmonton Mennonite Centre, ASSIST Community Services Centre, United Way of Edmonton, and his local community league. Originally from Nigeria, Tunde and his wife Suzan moved to Edmonton with their four children, attracted by Canada’s values and hoping to live the Canadian dream. He is running to secure the riding’s future and bring back hope and prosperity.


Leslyn Lewis


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Leslyn is excited and humbled by the prospect of representing the great riding of Haldimand-Norfolk. She is no stranger to hard work, and watched her parents work long hours to give their children a better life. She too has dedicated her life to excelling in school, employment and serving fellow Canadians. Leslyn, and her family, are proud residents of the town of Dunnville.


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Grace Adamu

Mississauga East—Cooksville

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Grace is a forward-thinking Conservative with impeccable integrity and proven accountability displayed through 20 years of dedication towards public services in multiple domains including employment, education, advocacy, community development and social policy. She is committed to serving her constituents and her country. 

As a candidate, she is focused on working to achieve the changes required to strengthen her community. 

She has conducted extensive outreach, participated in town hall meetings and identified core issues facing community members. In her work she has liaised with decision makers in education, social services, community service providers, advocacy groups and non-governmental agencies.

Grace has served as the Vice President then President of CUPE Local 2222 & Local 2221-1 since (2017). In this role she has participated in grievance handling, conflict and dispute resolution processes as well as ensured accurate interpretation of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. 

Her cumulative professional experience spans across the financial and human services sector such as the London Stock Exchange and social services both in Canada and abroad.

Grace is a mother of a teenager and when she’s not working at her day job as an administrator, she is attending advocacy and outreach events, or working on Union related issues. Her heart and home have been in the Mississauga East-Cooksville community for the past 20 years. It would be a great honour to represent friends and neighbours in one of the best and most forward thinking communities and to further its prosperity and vibrant development.


Shola Agboola

Saint Boniface—Saint Vital

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Shola Agboola has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Manitoba, where he graduated with Distinction. He has published many academic and policy papers on Immigration, Women’s Rights, Social Justice and Political Participation. Shola has worked with the Government of Manitoba’s Corrections Division for over 14 years. Former Ministers Vic Toews and Jason Kenney have called upon Shola to review policies to ensure they align with our Manitoban communities because of his educational background and experience.

Shola’s motivation to run for office is his love for Canada. Shola believes Canada has given him and his family so much for which they are grateful. Shola feels a deep obligation to give back to a society that has given hope and opportunities to so many like him. He wants to ensure that new generations of Canadians have the same opportunities and quality of life that he has enjoyed.

Shola is excited and humbled by the trust and confidence placed in him to be the Conservative Party of Canada candidate for the people of Saint Boniface – Saint Vital. As a proud family man who lives in the riding with his wife and three children, Shola believes in our two official languages and is ready to fight for you and your family’s future. Shola will work hard to make our riding a place of hope and get our economy back on track to make life better for residents of Saint Boniface – Saint Vital.


Carmen Wilson



Joël Etienne

York Centre

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A former RCMP student constable, Joel Etienne is currently a Senior Partner in a full-service law firm that employs over 20 people in York Centre. He has defended human rights in Canada and internationally.

Among his many community activities, Joel serves as President of a Synagogue and is a UJA Advisory Council Member. In 2018-19, he was awarded Lion of the Year from his Lion’s club chapter. Joel is an executive producer and co-creator of last year’s new television mini-series, “The Rising Suns”, with an award-winning cast.

Born and raised in New Brunswick, Joel’s father was a political exile from Haiti, and his maternal grandparents were resistance fighters who fought the Nazis in France during World War II. Joel moved to Toronto in 1998 and is married with two beautiful children.

As a lifelong Conservative who has volunteered for countless campaigns, Joel understands that Canadians face daunting challenges in dealing with the pandemic, health care, economy, education, employment, foreign affairs, and public safety.

It is his desire to help, that keeps bringing him back to seek opportunities to represent his fellow Canadians, with integrity, dedication, and respect.