Ontario Votes 2022: Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry
There are 6 candidates in this race
Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry was won by the Progressive Conservatives in the 2018 election.
The PC candidate took more than 61 per cent of the vote, with the NDP candidate finishing second with just under 22 per cent.
This time around, there are six candidates.
Kirsten Gardner, Liberal
The Liberal candidate is the deputy mayor of South Dundas and a community activist.
She has held positions in government at the municipal, provincial and federal levels.
Jacqueline Milner, Green Party
The Green Party candidate is a visual artist and photographer, and he has been a part-time bus driver for over 20 years.
She has volunteered with Transition Cornwall+ and the Cornwall and District Environment Community.
Nolan Quinn, PC
The PC candidate worked for Saint Elizabeth Health Care in human resource management before taking over the Dairy Queen in Cornwall, which he's been running for the last 15 years.
He has worked with the United Way, the Children's Treatment Centre, Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Cornwall Community Hospital Foundation.
Wendy Stephen, NDP
The NDP candidate is an elementary school teacher and is involved with the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario.
She is a graduate of Queen's University, and she is married with three children.
Claude Tardif, New Blue
The New Blue candidate was a pilot with the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1979 to 1990, then transferred to the air reserve until 2006.
After his military career, he became a commercial pilot and settled in Cornwall.
Rémi Tremblay, Ontario Party
The Ontario Party candidate is an operations manager in the agricultural industry.
He is also the president of a local residents association in South Glengarry.