Liberals in Perth–Wellington Nominate Ashley Fox as Ontario Liberal Party Candidate

April 4, 2022 – Liberals in Perth-Wellington have nominated Ashley Fox, healthcare and community advocate, as their Ontario Liberal Party (OLP) candidate for the next provincial election.

“Ashley has always put her community first and dedicated her time to advocate for the vulnerable population,” said OLP Leader, Steven Del Duca. “She will be an excellent representative for her community and be a champion for healthcare professionals.”

Fox currently serves as a Nurse Case Manager and Community Outreach Coordinator and teaches continuing education at Conestoga College. She has also been involved in many healthcare advocacy boards.

Fox is a longtime activist for improving healthcare, in particular for our seniors. She served as a two-term board member and two-term Vice President, RPN at the College of Nurses, and she is also a Nursing Advisor with the Canadian PSW Network.

“If there’s anything this pandemic has shown us, it’s that health care is absolutely vital in this province and we need to make sure we have the policies and legislation in place to ensure health care is a priority,” said Fox. “We need to ensure we have a strong rural voice at Queen’s Park that represents all of Perth-Wellington and to make sure that Perth-Wellington has access to fully funded public services, which include: re-evaluating senior services, home care, long term care, education, employment opportunities and affordable housing.“


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