Member of Parliament
Julian Fantino has a lifetime of achievement and public service under his belt which he brings to his new dedication as MP for Vaughan. Julian has a notable 40 years of law enforcement during which time he was a uniform patrol officer in Toronto, Chief of the York Regional Police, Toronto Police and London Police, he was also the Commissioner of Emergency Preparedness and the Commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police. Julian was elected to the House of Commons in 2010.
Julian has and continues to be an active force in his local community going back to the early 1980’s where he supported Minor Hockey in Vaughan. Some of his local passions led him to launch Metro Minor Blues, a youth program for children who would not otherwise be able to play organized hockey.
Throughout his lifetime Julian has been recognized for his outstanding achievements and is the recipient of the Order of Police Forces, the Order of Ontario, the Queen’s Commission and the IACP Civil Rights Award.
When Julian is on his own time he enjoys being with his wife Liviana and his children Greg and Andrea and his four grandchildren who all live in Vaughan. He has a love for fishing and the outdoors and annually supports the Ontario Salmon Derby.