David Tordjman is the Conservative Party of Canada candidate in the federal riding of Mount Royal for the 2019 election.
A well-known councillor in the city of Côte Saint-Luc, David is a professional civil engineer and entrepreneur who currently works for various First Nation governments in Canada. He worked in Haiti for three years on the reconstruction effort following the devastating earthquake there in 2010 and has served in the Canadian military.
David is married and the father of five children and was born in the multicultural neighbourhood of Côte-des Neiges. He grew up in Côte Saint-Luc and still lives there with his family.
Working full-time and with a large family, David is a very dedicated and committed person who wants to make positive change in his community. Often described as honest and hard-working, David sits on many school, synagogue, and other volunteer committees. He has always been interested in philanthropy and is available to help and listen to others.
"Honourable and honest are the qualities I want to be known for as a Member of Parliament, and I’ll proudly represent the citizens of Mount Royal and all Canadians. With the Conservative Party, I want to improve the quality of life of people here, and make a better world for our children, workers and families," said Tordjman.
"David will put his leadership, boldness and determination to work for the people of Mount Royal. His political experience and social involvement will allow him to quickly understand the needs of the citizens and organizations in the riding. We proudly welcome David to our team!" said Quebec Lieutenant Alain Rayes.
"I am very pleased to be able to count on David's experience and dedication to represent and defend the interests of the citizens and families of Mount Royal," said Andrew Scheer, Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.