CHARLES SOUSA TELLS FIGHT BACK HE WANTS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND CONTRIBUTE TO CANADA

Nov 09, 2022

By Jane Brown

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After losing the provincial riding of Mississauga-Lakeshore in 2018, a former Ontario Liberal finance minister is looking to win the south Mississauga riding in next month’s federal by-election.

“It’s a big decision for me but I do look forward to getting back,” Charles Sousa explained to guesthost Jane Brown on Zoomer Radio’s Fight Back with Libby Znaimer, “I have a bit more independence, my children are adults now and I hope I can make a difference over the next few years before the next general election to try and contribute to our country. I was excited about the opportunity and I took it upon myself to give back again.”

Charles Sousa speaking to the media following the swearing in of Kathleen Wynne as Ontario’s first woman premier, on Feb. 11, 2013. (Peter Power/ The Globe and Mail)

Sousa is hoping to keep the riding red after Liberal Sven Spengemann stepped down in May to take a position with the United Nations.

He is up against Conservative Ron Chhinzer and Julia Kole for the New Democrats.

The federal by-election in Mississauga-Lakeshore is December 12th.

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