Adam Vaughan, MP for Trinity-Spadina, was in Waterloo Region on January 17th for meetings with community leaders and two public events.
Mr. Vaughan is the Liberal Party’s critic for housing and urban affairs. Prior to his election as an MP in June 2014, he was a broadcast journalist for more than 20 years and a two-term City of Toronto councillor. Through his experiences as an activist, journalist, and councillor, Mr. Vaughan developed a passion for affordable housing and urban issues.
In the morning, Mr. Vaughan met with community leaders to get their input on affordable housing and urban policy. Later at 1:30 pm, he chaired a Community Forum on Affordable Housing. In the evening, he was the guest of honour at a Liberal fundraising dinner.
Community Forum on Affordable Housing
Adam Vaughan chaired a Community Forum on Affordable Housing at the Waterloo Region Museum in Kitchener on January 17th. He was joined by the panelists shown in the photo below.
Mr. Vaughan and the other panelists presented their concerns with regard to affordable housing and took questions from members of the public interested in the topic.
After the forum, Mr. Vaughan posed for a photo with members of the Central Ontario Co-operative Housing Federation.
Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser at the Cortina Club
On the evening of January 17th, MP Adam Vaughan was guest of honour at a fundraising dinner for the benefit of the Cambridge Federal Liberal Association, Kitchener–Centre Federal Liberal Association, Kitchener–Conestoga Federal Liberals, Kitchener South–Hespeler Federal Liberal Association, and Waterloo Federal Liberal Association.