MP Larry Brock was first elected to the House of Commons on September 20, 2021, as the Member of Parliament for Brantford-Brant and currently serves as the Associate Shadow Minister for Indigenous Services.
Larry has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Waterloo and a law degree from the University of Calgary. Before being elected, he was the Assistant Crown Attorney for Brant.
A lifelong resident of Brant, Larry has demonstrated strong leadership and commitment to family, community and public service having served as Chair of the board of the Crossing All Bridges Learning Centre which helps adults with developmental difficulties succeed in education, employment, and independent living. He was President of St. Leonard’s Community Services which provides justice, employment, youth and family, addiction, and mental health services. And in 2015 he served as Chair of the United Way campaign which raised more than $1.6 million for local charities.
Larry and his wife Angela are the proud parents of 13-year-old twin daughters Jennie and Emma, who are active members of the Brantford Aquatic Club.
"I will reach across party lines and put the people of Brantford-Brant first. For those who voted for me and those who didn’t, I will speak loudly for all of you."