Federal Members of Parliament (MPs) represent residents of the City of Cambridge on a federal level, in the House of Commons. Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs) represent us on a provincial level.

Member of Parliament (MP)

Cambridge riding

Bryan May is the current MP for Cambridge (since November 2015). MP May is an elected Chair for the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and Status of Persons with Disabilities (HUMA). He sits on two standing committees, one subcommittee and five parliamentary associations and groups.

He also introduced a Private Member's Bill to provide a tax credit to those who take first aid and CPR training courses.

Kitchener South - Hespeler riding

Marwan Tabbara is the first Member of Parliament for the new riding of Kitchener South - Hespeler. A first-generation Canadian, he has lived within the riding for more than 24 years. Marwan earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government from the University of Guelph. Marwan is a member of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration (CIMM).

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Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP)

Cambridge riding 

Belinda Karahalios is the MPP for Cambridge, and serves as the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services (Community and Social Services).

Kitchener South - Hespeler riding

Amy Fee is the MPP for the riding of Kitchener South – Hespeler. Amy is a member of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Government Agencies as well as the Standing Committee on Social Policy.

She serves as the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services (Children and Autism)

View a Riding Map of Cambridge and surrounding areas.

View a list of MPPs currently serving in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.