Michael TJ McMullen was born in 1969 and was raised in London, Ont. He is the People's Party of Canada MP candidate for London West.
Mike spent a few years living in Toronto, then Kitchener, and eventually moved back home to London a decade ago. He joined the Armed Forces in 1986 and served for 10 years in the primary reserves, then transferred to the supplemental reserves, serving as a mobile equipment operator, and instructor, finishing with the rank of Master Corporal.
He spent 20+ years working for multinational corporations and financial institutions, filling many different roles within the information technology field. He was watchdog for a major corporation as an ISO 9001 Quality coordinator for Southwestern Ontario. Companies include IBM, Scotiabank, TD Bank, and many more.
In the past, Mike has managed several rental properties and tried his hand at technical stock trading, two industries that are complicated, filled with speculation, but important to understand when considering the economic and social effects of government initiatives and policies.
Politics was something he never envisioned himself becoming involved with, yet here he is.
"Canada is at a crossroads, and I'm excited to serve as the London West MP candidate for the People's Party of Canada and for the people of my home town, London Ontario." - Mike McMullen
“We are fighting to replace the corrupt Canadian establishment from governments who don’t want to play by the rules. The PPC is driven to work for you by lowering taxes, securing our borders and ending foreign conflicts while putting the health and well being of Canadians first.
I’m tired of political correctness and government abuse. I’m driven to make sure Canadians are treated fairly. Defending our freedoms and liberties is my number one goal. It’s also important to me to reduce the crushing tax burdens Canadians face.
We need to reduce foreign aid and put that money towards those who need it most – our seniors, our veterans, our children, our families. We need to reduce small business tax and provide incentives for hiring Canadian. We should reduce immigration numbers while we develop an orderly and safe immigration plan. Our healthcare professionals and hospitals need more funding. Our indigenous brothers and sisters need clean water to drink.
The forgotten men and women of Canada will be forgotten no more.
"Join me on this journey.”