Emmanuella Lambropoulos is the Member of Parliament for the federal riding of Saint-Laurent. A devoted community leader and educator who is dedicated to supporting children and families in our community, she was a French and History teacher at Rosemount High School, and closely supported children with learning disabilities in her 6 years teaching at LaurenHill Academy.
Born and raised in Ville Saint-Laurent, Emmanuella gained a deep passion for public service on campaigns for the Hon. Stéphane Dion. She is committed to making Saint-Laurent an even more inclusive community and is fluently trilingual, speaking French, English, and Greek.
Emmanuella earned a Bachelor’s degree in Education from McGill University in 2013, and is also currently completing a McGill Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Administration. She served as President of the Hellenic Association while at McGill, and has a long record of volunteer involvement supporting children’s sports and arts activities in our community.
Gordie Hogg is an accomplished community leader with a proven record of public service. Having served as Mayor of White Rock, as a BC Cabinet Minister, and as a Member of the BC Legislative Assembly, he understands what it takes to create good jobs in South Surrey—White Rock, and he will work closely with Justin Trudeau to grow and strengthen our middle class.
Gordie and his family have deep roots here in South Surrey—White Rock, where his father also practiced as a prominent physician. He and his wife are proud to live here, and to have raised their son here. Gordie has a passion and determination to make a real difference for our community, which he has demonstrated over 40 years in provincial and municipal government, working to make life better for B.C. families.
Gordie recently completed his PhD at Simon Fraser University, and has acted as a board member on more than 15 committees and non-profit societies. He has also been a foster parent and little league coach.
Mary Ng is a devoted community leader who has always believed in the power of public service, with 20 years of experience in the areas of education, women’s leadership, job creation, and entrepreneurship.
Mary is committed to working with Justin Trudeau to grow and strengthen our middle class, and she understands what it takes to create new well-paying jobs for families in Markham–Thornhill.
Mary immigrated to Canada from Hong Kong with her family, and grew up learning the struggle and eventual success that many new immigrants face on Canadian soil.
Her years working for the Ontario Public Service, Ryerson University, and the Ontario Minister of Education led her to be recognized as one of Canada’s top-performing public sector leaders, before being recruited to serve as Director of Appointments for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Markham–Thornhill needs a trusted champion for middle class families, and Mary Ng will never stop working hard to be an effective representative in Parliament for our diverse and dynamic community.
Richard Hébert was elected as the Member of Parliament for the riding of Lac-Saint-Jean in October 2017. He is a devoted community leader with a strong record of public service, having served as Mayor of Dolbeau-Mistassini from 2013 to 2017.
Richard obtained a Bachelor of Arts in cultural studies from the University of Quebec in Montreal, after which he worked for family businesses in the funeral and ambulance services industries. He served as president of the Corporation of Funeral Directors of Quebec from 2004 to 2007, and served as the Quebec representative for the Funeral Services Association of Canada from 2008 to 2013.
Richard was born and raised in Lac-Saint-Jean, where he and his wife André-Anne chose to raise their family.