Christine Hogarth was elected MPP for the riding of Etobicoke-Lakeshore on June 7, 2018. Since her election, Christine has been active on pursuing the government’s mandate and meeting residents and local business owners.
Christine is currently the Parliamentary Assistant to the Solicitor General with responsibility for Community Safety, and was appointed as a member of the General Government Committee. Previously, she served as Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, with responsibility for Housing.
Christine has dedicated her life to public service. Prior to being elected, she has worked in senior positions for a Cabinet minister, two Ontario Premiers, the Mayor of Sudbury, and Ontario’s Leader of the Official Opposition. Christine was also the Ontario PC Party’s first female Executive Director. She knows how to work in government and deliver results.
Christine is passionate about her community, and served as an Executive Assistant to a city Councillor representing Etobicoke. She is also president of her local Homeowner’s Association.
Christine lives in Etobicoke-Lakeshore with her husband Paul and their two rescue pets Edward and Bruce.