Larry Brock, newly elected Member of Parliament for Brantford-Brant has been named Deputy Shadow Minister for Justice and Attorney General of Canada by the Hon. Erin O’Toole, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives and the Official Opposition.
“I am extremely honoured by the trust the Hon. Erin O’Toole has placed in me to serve as the Deputy Shadow Minister for Justice and Attorney General of Canada” Brock said.
Brock has extensive legal experience, having practiced law for nearly three decades, including serving as Brantford’s Assistant Crown Attorney for the last 18 years.
“Throughout my professional career, I have advocated for victim’s rights, and strived for better access and accountability in our justice system. I am thrilled for this tremendous opportunity to use my experience and knowledge in Parliament to hold this government to account and ensure that legislation brought forward is effective, beneficial and truly addresses the issues within our legal system” said Brock.
“I am fiercely committed to working towards a better and safer future for all Canadians, and look forward to doing so as a member of our strong and dynamic Conservative team.”