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Leader of the Official Opposition of Canada Born: January 22, 1973 (age 48 years), Montreal, Canada Spouse: Rebecca O’Toole Party: Conservative Party of Canada Office: Member of the Canadian House of Commons since 2012 Parents: John O’Toole Education: Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University (2000–2003), Royal Military College of Canada (1991–1995) Children: Mollie O’Toole, Jack O’Toole Born Erin Michael O’Toole January 22, 1973 (age 48) Montreal, Quebec, Canada Political party Conservative Spouse(s) Rebecca Residence Courtice, Ontario, Canada Alma mater Royal Military College (BA) Dalhousie University (LLB) Profession Lawyer, Military service Allegiance Canada Service/branch Air Command Years of service 1991–2003 Rank Captain

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O’Toole met his wife Rebecca in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1998, and they married in 2000. He has a daughter, Mollie, and a son, Jack. O’Toole is a Catholic. He founded True Patriot Love, a nonprofit supporting veterans, members of the military, and their families. In September 2020, O’Toole tested positive for COVID‑19, after a staffer in his office tested positive. His wife also later tested positive for COVID-19, after initially testing negative. They were in self-isolation until September 30, at which point O’Toole returned to Parliament. Erin O’Toole has led a life of service. Born in Montreal, QC, he grew up as a middle-class kid in Bowmanville, ON. He enrolled in the Royal Canadian Air Force when he was 18 and attended the Royal Military College. His time in the RCAF took him across Canada, completing basic training in Chilliwack, BC; earning his wing in Winnipeg, MB; and serving out of Halifax, NS as a tactical navigator. Erin participated in search and rescue missions on Sea King helicopters and learned French during that time. After 12 years of service, Erin retired from the military and spent the next decade working in the private sector as a corporate lawyer. He is a founding member of the Board of Directors for the True Patriot Love Foundation, a charity that serves veterans and military families across Canada. He has been elected to represent Durham three times, first in a 2012 by-election, then in 2015, and 2019. He served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Trade before becoming Minister of Veterans Affairs, a beleaguered file he successfully turned around within 10 months at the end of the Harper government. After serving as the Conservative Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs for two years, Erin is now the Leader of Canada’s Conservatives. Erin is married to Rebecca and they have two children, Mollie and Jack. In 2012, O’Toole was awarded the Christopher J. Coulter Young Alumnus Award by Dalhousie University, for his notable achievements and dedication to community service. Also in 2012, O’Toole received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal; all serving MPs that year were recipients. Erin Michael O’Toole PC CD MP is a Canadian politician, who is the federal Member of Parliament (MP) for the electoral riding of Durham. A member of the Conservative Party of Canada, he was elected to the House of Commons of Canada in a by-election on November 26, 2012. O’Toole previously served as Minister of Veterans Affairs in 2015. In 2017, O’Toole ran in the Conservative leadership race to replace Stephen Harper, where he finished third. Since August 2017, O’Toole has been serving as the Official Opposition Critic for Foreign Affairs.

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