David Morris

David-MORRIS-photo-for-article-PSN-June-18David Morris believes real, progressive change starts with opportunity, connection, and community.
A belief in community underscores everything David does.
David understands Toronto Centre’s biggest challenges. As a long-time public servant and resident of Toronto Centre, David has worked to improve access to quality health care, the availability of healthy food for everyone, and to increase affordable housing in downtown Toronto.
David is a strong voice for diversity and inclusion, and he applies that perspective to issues like fair employment, community safety, and education.
Serving as Chair of the 519 Community Centre, providing supports to thousands of newcomers and refugees, homeless people and people facing barriers to employment – David has experience creating change by connecting those in need to opportunities for a better life.

 
David has a Bachelor of Education, International Honours Bachelor of Arts, and a Master’s degree.  He lives in Toronto Centre with his partner Andrew and their dog Hudson.
On June 7, vote for continued positive change. Ontario Liberals have a proven record of building Ontario up. Visit David4TorontoCentre.ca or his Volunteer Headquarters at 527 Parliament Street to find out more.

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