Event

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December 2016

The Future of Transportation in Ontario: Building Today for Tomorrow's Economy

11:45am-1:30pm | Chateau Laurier - 1 Rideau Street, Ottawa

Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca will outline the reasons behind the province's foundational investments in transit and other modes of transportation. He will also discuss the challenges inherent in building a modern, adaptable infrastructure in a time of enormous technological disruption.

Member price:
Individual seat: $89 +HST
Table (seats 10): $800 +HST

Regular price:
Individual seat: $110 +HST
Table (seats 10): $990 +HST

- Lunch will be served -

Important:
- For information about accessibility, please email lapointe@economicclub.ca
- Dietary restriction notes and meal requests must be submitted to lapointe@economicclub.ca 48 hours in advance of event.

The Future of Transportation in Ontario: Building Today for Tomorrow's Economy

The Honourable Steven Del Duca, MPP

Minister of Transportation
MPP Vaughan

The Honourable Steven Del Duca, MPP

Ontario’s Minister of Transportation, the Hon. Steven Del Duca has a proven track record of outstanding community involvement and a clear dedication to public service.
Del Duca was first elected to the Ontario Legislature in September 2012 in a provincial byelection. He was re-elected in June 2014 and appointed Ontario’s Minister of Transportation in Premier Kathleen Wynne’s cabinet. As Minister, he has worked on many projects in eastern Ontario, including delivering $1 billion in phase 2 funding for the Ottawa LRT.

In 2015, Minister Del Duca successfully amended the Making Ontario's Roads Safer Act to respond to a number of important issues impacting Ontarians today. The new legislation enacts new fines and sanctions for distracted driving, and new rules and sanctions for drug impaired driving that mirror the existing rules for alcohol-impaired driving.

Del Duca obtained a bachelor of laws from Osgoode Hall law school in 2007. Previously, he studied political science and Canadian history at the University of Toronto and Carleton University.

He first moved to Vaughan in 1987 when his family settled in Kleinburg. Today, he lives in Woodbridge with his wife and two daughters.

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