Julie Dabrusin Husband: Who is Julie Dabrusin husband? In this article, you learn about Julie Dabrusin and her personal life. But who is she?
Julie Dabrusin Biography
Julie A. Dabrusin MP is a Canadian Liberal politician born on April 16, 1971. She is the daughter of Jewish parents. She was elected to represent the riding of Toronto—Danforth in the House of Commons of Canada in the 2015 federal election.
Dabrusin earned university degrees in law and Middle Eastern studies. She then spent 13 years as an attorney with Rogers Partners LLP, as well as a year as commission counsel to an inquiry into government procurement. She and her family moved to the Danforth area in 1998.
In 2011, she left her legal career to focus on raising her two daughters and participating in various community organizing and charitable activities to promote and preserve Toronto’s public parks. In 2013, she was a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
She was nominated as the Liberal Party candidate in Toronto—Danforth for the 2015 federal election, running primarily on concerns about income inequality and government neglect of Canada’s urban areas.
Dabrusin won the election, unseating NDP incumbent Craig Scott. Toronto—Danforth was previously held by NDP leader Jack Layton and was considered to be a safe seat; it has long been one of the more left-leaning ridings in Toronto.
Julie Dabrusin age
She is 51 years. She will celebrate her 52nd birthday this year.
Julie Dabrusin husband
Julie Dabrusin is currently married to her husband Max, they had their wedding in Canada. Her husband is a private person and they have children together.