Deeply immersed in community service since childhood, David Graham was born and raised in a family of community activists in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts. He has explored the length and breadth of the vast Laurentides—Labelle riding and is familiar with its myriad of challenges as well as with its resource potential, both human and natural.
During more than 8 years as a technology journalist, he founded, ran, organized, or volunteered with a number of charities, non-profits and community projects in the fields of technology, heritage, and community action, including as a co-founder of the Open and Free Technology Community, a three-term board member of Software In the Public Interest, and a driver for Operation Nez Rouge in Mont-Tremblant. He obtained his flying licence and CPR-C certification.
Prior to being elected to the House of Commons, David spent five years working as an assistant in federal politics while volunteering in his community. Father of a 2-year-old daughter, he sees his role as building bridges and working to provide a better future for her and everyone who lives, works or plays in his world-renowned beautiful riding.
David sits on the Procedure and House Affairs Committee and is involved in the National Rural Liberal Caucus.
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