Mark DeMontis is the Conservative candidate for York South–Weston.
DeMontis previously ran as a Progressive Conservative in the provincial election, and he did reasonably well, getting 18.5% of the vote in a left-leaning riding.
DeMontis lost most of his sight in high-school. He had to give up his dreams of playing professional hockey, but his career didn’t slow. He roller-bladed across the country raising money for blind hockey, and he became a television commentator and motivational coach.
— Mark DeMontis (@MarkDeMontis) March 14, 2019
DeMontis is the third entrant in what is sure to be a good race.
Yafet Tewelde is running for the NDP, Ahmed Hussen, the Minister of Immigration, will likely be seeking reëlection, and Yafet Tewelde, among others are seeking the NDP nomination.