An executive with SHAD is throwing his hat into the ring to replace ousted MPP Michael Harris.
Matt Bondy is seeking the nomination for the PC’s in Kitchener-Conestoga.
The 33-year-old is the Director of Strategic Initiatives with SHAD — a prestigious program for high-achieving students based in Waterloo.
Bondy says in a release that he’s entering politics because he hopes to unseat the governing Liberals in the June vote.
I am announcing my candidacy for the @OntarioPCParty Nomination in Kitchener-Conestoga. See details here: https://t.co/WXSnRKpUdF#ONPoli #KitCon #PCPO @WR_Record @CTVKitchener @570NEWS @woolwichnews @NewHamburgIndy @KitchenerPost
— Matt Bondy (@MattBondyPC) April 15, 2018
Kitchener-Conestoga has yet to announce a date for a nomination meeting, following the sudden departure of two-time incumbent Michael Harris.