|Member of Parliament|
|Assumed office |
October 19, 2015
|Preceded by||Andrew Cash|
|Born||December 29, 1979|
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Residence||Brockton Village, Toronto, Ontario|
|Alma mater||McGill University (BCom)|
University of British Columbia (MBA)
Juliana Roma "Julie" Dzerowicz //) is a Canadian politician. A member of the Liberal Party, she has represented the Toronto riding of Davenport in the House of Commons of Canada since her initial election in 2015, and was subsequently reelected in 2019 and in 2021.(
Dzerowicz graduated from McGill University with a bachelor of commerce. She completed her final term at Institut Commercial de Nancy in France. She was heavily involved in leadership roles at McGill, and served as the vice-president internal of the Students' Society of McGill University. She received the Scarlet Key Award, which is awarded to "students who have demonstrated indubitable qualities of leadership, unselfishness and perseverance by their outstanding contributions to the McGill community." After completing a master of business administration at the University of British Columbia (UBC), where she served on the UBC Senate, Dzerowicz finished her degree at the London Business School.
Prior to her election, Dzerowicz worked as the director of strategic planning and communication at the Bank of Montreal, as a senior political staffer to former provincial cabinet minister Gerry Phillips, as the vice-chair of the Platform Committee for the Ontario Liberal Party and in biotechnology.
As a member of parliament
After a lengthy nomination process in 2015, Dzerowicz successfully secured the Liberal Party of Canada's nomination as the Liberal candidate in the riding of Davenport. In October 2015, she became the first female Member of Parliament for Davenport.
In 2017 Dzerowicz was mocked for a copy-paste post about LGBTQ solidary where she forgot to add the name of her riding.
In February 2021, Dzerowicz introduced as a private member's bill, Bill C-273, into the House of Commons of Canada calling upon the Minister of Finance to develop a national strategy for a guaranteed basic income.
|2019 Canadian federal election: Davenport|
|New Democratic||Andrew Cash||21,341||40.8||-0.56||none listed|
|Green||Hannah Conover-Arthurs||2,341||4.5||+1.41||none listed|
|People's||Francesco Ciardullo||492||0.9||-||none listed|
|Independent||Troy Young||85||0.2||-||none listed|
|Total valid votes/expense limit||52,303||100.0|
|Total rejected ballots|
|Source: Elections Canada|
|2015 Canadian federal election: Davenport|
|New Democratic||Andrew Cash||20,506||41.36||-12.36||$113,630.62|
|Total valid votes/expense limit||49,584||100.00||$205,012.65|
|Total rejected ballots||287||0.58||–|
|Liberal gain from New Democratic||Swing||+14.36|
|Source: Elections Canada|
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