The Ontario PC Party is pleased to announce that Nolan Quinn has been nominated as the 2022 Ontario PC candidate for Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry ahead of the next provincial election.
Nolan began his professional career working for Saint Elizabeth Health Care specializing in Human Resource Management. After leaving Saint Elizabeth, he decided to pursue his entrepreneurial goals returning to manage the business for the last 15 years that gave him his first job, Dairy Queen Cornwall.
“I am honoured to join Doug Ford and the Ontario PC team as your candidate for Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry,” said Nolan. “I want to thank Jim McDonell for his support and for the tremendous job he has done to serve our community over the years. I look forward to meeting with everyone in the community and hope to earn your support as your next MPP.”
Nolan has been known over the years for having volunteered his time and resources to many community endeavors and charities. Having worked many years with the United Way, the Children’s Treatment Centre, Big Brother’s Big Sister’s and the Cornwall Community Hospital Foundation, Nolan has seen firsthand the caring nature of our community and what we can accomplish when we work together for the good of all.
“Nolan Quinn has my full support as our new local PC candidate,” said Jim McDonell, MPP for Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry. “Both Andrew Guindon and Nolan worked hard and were true class acts throughout the nomination campaign. My family and I are proud to help Nolan become our next MPP as part of a Doug Ford PC government. His strong record of volunteer work and business experience in our community will ensure we can send a strong, experienced voice to Queen’s Park this June.”