Mark Adler was elected as the Member of Parliament for York Centre on May 2, 2011. He is a member of the House of Commons Finance Committee and Government Operations Committee and actively represents York Centre residents in the community and in Ottawa. By sitting on the Finance Committee Mark is able to directly affect government spending through taxation and budgetary legislation, and thus help to improve the economies of both the riding and Canada as a whole. As a Government Operations Committee member, Mark is concerned primarily with reviewing the implementation of policy, government finances and budgetary issues. Through Government Operations, Mark works closely with the Department of Public Works and Government Services to ensure that the use of government funds is transparent, efficient and responsible.
Mark is also the Co-Chair of the Canada-Russia Parliamentary Friendship Group, Co-Chair of the All-Party Interfaith Committee and Co-Chair of the All-Party Eating Disorder Caucus.
Motivating him to best represent York Centre in Parliament are the strong personal ties that Mark has with the area. He was born and raised in the York Centre community and attended Anthony Road Public School, Dufferin Heights Junior High and William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate Institute.
Being a child of a Holocaust survivor, Mark has passionately dedicated his time to raise awareness about discrimination and antisemitism throughout the world.
Mark was born and raised in York Centre. He attended the University of Toronto and the Graduate School of Public Administration at Carleton University, worked as a trade representative for Ontario’s Ministry of Industry, Trade and Technology in Boston, Massachusetts and then as Director of Corporate Programs with the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, where he led delegations of influential Canadian businessmen to various countries to meet with world leaders and decision makers.
Last week, Prime Minister Harper and our Conservative team in Ottawa wrapped up the sitting of the 41st Parliament – the most productive in decades. This Conservative government has stayed focused on Canadians’ priorities, taking concrete steps on creating jobs, keeping taxes low for hard-working families, and protecting Canadians.
OTTAWA – “The Conservative Party has accepted a proposal from the Globe and Mail and Google Canada for a Leaders’ Debate on the Economy.
The Victoria Day long weekend is the start of summer for many Canadian families. But before we head off to relax with families and friends, let’s pause for a short moment to remember some of the important benefits that Prime Minister Harper and our Conservative Party have delivered for families.
Justin Trudeau pretends to care about the middle class, but his new risky scheme shows he clearly isn’t up to the task.
Today marks 159 days until Election Day – and that’s also the exact number of MPs who make up our Conservative majority in the House of Commons.
OTTAWA – “We are pleased today to accept the proposal from TVA for a French language Leaders Debate and the proposal from Macleans/Rogers for an English language Leaders Debate. These debates are to occur prior to October 19, 2015 on dates yet to be determined.
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