Adam Chambers, (Simcoe North) was first elected in 2021 and is the shadow critic for National Revenue and member of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. Prior to being elected, Adam worked in various roles in one of Canada’s largest life insurance companies. Previously, Adam served as a senior advisor to the late Jim Flaherty, then Minister of Finance. Adam graduated from Western University with a law/MBA degree. He lives in Midland with his wife Jane and their two children.
Adam’s priorities for this term of Parliament are to strengthen Canada’s anti-money laundering regimes through the introduction of a Private Member’s Bill to make it easier for authorities to catch, prosecute and convict those engaged in money laundering activities.