Member of Parliament
Mississauga – Streetsville
For more than 30 years, Brad Butt has been an active resident of the City of Mississauga. Born in Ottawa in 1967, Brad’s family returned to Mississauga the next year where he has lived ever since.
Giving back to the community has been a long tradition of the Butt family. Brad’s grandfather was a founding member of the Mississauga Real Estate Board and Mississauga Hospital (now Trillium Health Centre). Brad’s father continues to be active in the community and has served on Mississauga City and Peel Regional Councils.
Brad has maintained his keen interest in community volunteerism and public service. Having served on more than two dozen Boards and Committees in Mississauga and having earned the respect of Mayor McCallion and Members of Mississauga City Council through an appointment to the Mississauga Committee of Adjustment, Brad gives back to Mississauga each and every day.
He is a long-time member and active volunteer in both the Conservative Party of Canada and the Ontario PC Party and firmly believes in the honour and integrity of public service.
Brad has built a professional career advocating for the rental housing community and affordable housing initiatives as President & CEO of the Greater Toronto Apartment Association – a position he has held since May 1999. He regularly interacts with public officials at all orders of government throughout the Greater-Toronto area. His direct input into housing issues has had a major affect on public policy in Canada.
Brad is also renowned as a television host and commentator on Rogers Television in Peel for more than fifteen years.
Mississauga is home to Brad and his wife Rhonda, their two beautiful daughters, Sarah and Megan, and two dogs, Max and Ella.