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  Seeback, Kyle
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NameKyle Seeback
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Brampton, Ontario , Canada
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Born August 19, 1970 (49 years)
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Mar 29, 2013 11:46pm
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InfoKyle Seeback is a lifelong resident of Brampton. Born and raised here, and now raising his
own children here, Kyle cares about Brampton and is committed to its future.

Kyle has a history of hard-work and dedication in representing Canada. As a seven-year member of the Canadian National Swim Team, Kyle has worn our Maple Leaf with pride and honour. After retiring as an international level athlete Kyle continued as an elite level water polo player and coach of the University of Western Ontario’s water polo team. Kyle’s athletics began here in Brampton as a member of the Cobra Swim Club.

Today, Kyle is practicing law in Brampton with the firm of Simmons Da Silva and Sinton LLP. While focussing on his legal career, Kyle has developed a genuine respect for those who are dedicated to public service and believes that elected office is an honourable way to serve Brampton.

Kyle has been very active with the Conservative Party in Brampton and has served as the President of the Brampton-West federal riding association for nearly 7 years. Kyle plays a significant role in local election campaigns at the federal, provincial and municipal level and was a strong supporter of Tony Clement.

Kyle lives in downtown Brampton with his wife Liana, and his 4 year-old son Aidan and 1 year old daughter Maya.

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  10/21/2019 ON Parliament - Dufferin—Caledon Won 42.28% (+9.42%)
  10/19/2015 ON Parliament - Brampton South Lost 35.04% (-17.05%)
  05/02/2011 ON Parliament - Brampton West Won 44.84% (+9.93%)
  10/14/2008 ON Parliament - Brampton West Lost 39.90% (-0.43%)
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Conservative Party Leader - May 27, 2017 CPC Andrew Scheer