April 12, 2021 – Liberals in Sudbury have nominated David Farrow, a former Elementary School Principal and community volunteer, as their Ontario Liberal Party (OLP) candidate for the next provincial election.
“David has spent years dedicated to improving his community and he will make a fantastic MPP for Sudbury,” said OLP Leader, Steven Del Duca. “Ontario Liberals are best positioned to beat Doug Ford, and David’s incredible work ethic will be instrumental in that fight.”
Farrow has spent his entire career dedicated to serving others. After graduating from Mount Allison University with two bachelor’s degrees, he embarked on his path as an educator, eventually becoming a Principal with the Rainbow District School Board – a position he held from 2000 to 2018 when he retired with distinction.
Outside of his professional career, Farrow is dedicated to community service with the goal of improving the quality of life for Sudbury residents. He currently serves as the board chair for Maison McCulloch Hospice and has worked with the Sudbury Food Bank, Canadian Breast Cancer Society, and Larch Street Kids Childcare Centre.
If elected, Farrow will bring his strong work ethic, compassion, and community values to the role of Sudbury’s MPP, taking the concerns and issues of his Sudbury neighbours to Queen’s Park.
“We are ready to get to work, to face the concerns of Sudburians head-on, and tackle the issues with proven leadership based on community values,” said Farrow. “My vision is to be the voice of every Sudbury constituent, building coalitions with key stakeholders to develop evidence-based solutions and ensuring our seat in the Ontario Legislature brings effective, positive change for Sudbury and Northern Ontario.”