- Our Candidate
Mississauga South Conservatives
Stella Ambler - Our Candidate
Mississauga South Federal Conservative Party candidate
Who is Stella Ambler?
is a wife, mother, volunteer, politician and, most importantly, someone who cares about her
understands that decisions made at the national level impact families in Mississauga South.
Stella is the daughter of Italian immigrants who met and married in Canada and settled in Etobicoke (where Stella and her brother were born), then Brampton.
and Richard married in 1992, they also lived in Brampton then moved to the Lorne Park area of Mississauga South.
Stellaâ€™s interest in politics began at the University of Toronto, St. Michaelâ€™s College (Hon. BSc, 1989) where she was involved in Conservative youth politics, making close friends along the way, many of whom are still her supporters today.
understands the value of hard work.
began working summers at the age of 12 in her
fatherâ€™s wholesale hardware business and then at Queenâ€™s Park, where she
continued until the birth of her
children after which she
was a stay-at-home mother for 9 years, maintaining her
community and political involvement on a volunteer, part-time basis.
contributes locally in Mississauga South through her
involvement in the Mississauga Board of Tradeâ€™s
Green Committee and as a member of the Catholic Womenâ€™s League
parish, St. Mary Star of the Sea, in Port Credit.
Stellaâ€™s Board experience as an executive member of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario gave her insight into regulatory and governance matters in a health care setting while her business experience as a co-owner of Vision Insurance Brokers, with husband Richard, means that she understands the value of making a profit and meeting a payroll.
Being a Member of Parliament is a way for Stella to put her passion for public service to work building a better quality of life for the people of Mississauga South.
is honoured to be the Conservative Party candidate in Mississauga South and looks forward to a spirited campaign and a productive term as the representative of our community on Parliament