Deb Schulte is the MP for King—Vaughan, and is a strong voice for our community, focused on delivering positive results. She is currently Canada’s federal Minister of Seniors.
Deb previously served as a York Regional Councillor, and saved taxpayers millions of dollars, through fiscal discipline and accountability at Vaughan City Hall.
Deb has been fighting gridlock by improving traffic flow, expanding capacity, making roads safer, and building more transit and cycling infrastructure.
As a recognized environmental champion, she has saved hundreds of hectares of greenspace through advocacy and sustainable development. Deb served on Greenbelt Task Force, the Humber Watershed Alliance and the Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation board of directors.
A dedicated community leader, Deb was a soccer coach and convener of the Kleinburg—Nobleton Soccer League, a school council chair and ratepayer association president.
Deb earned a mechanical and aerospace engineering degree from Princeton University and spent twenty-two years in business and management at Bombardier Aerospace. She lives in Vaughan with her husband Dave, their two sons, Daniel and Derek.