Kitchener MPP Amy Fee won’t seek re-election in 2022

After three years in office, Kitchener South-Hespeler’s MPP, Amy Fee, has announced that it will not stand for election next year.

“I was humble and grateful for the trust my constituents have placed in me. The past three years have been some of the most challenging but also most rewarding of my life, “she said in a statement.

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During her tenure, Fee was linked to autism problems and was also arrested in connection with a domestic argument at her home.

She and her husband, who has since separated, have four children together, two of whom are autistic.

“Unfortunately, I feel that my ability to contribute to the community in this role is being exceeded by the demands of my family,” said Fee.

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“I am first and foremost a mother. Out of respect for the community, I feel the need to hand over the reins to someone who can fully represent Kitchener South-Hespeler. “

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She said she would stay in office until next year’s election.

“Until the next election, I will represent our congregation wholeheartedly with enthusiasm and commitment and look forward to supporting the new MPP in the transition,” said Fee.

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Fee was first elected in 2018, ousting former boxer Fitz Vanderpool, who was running for the NDP.

Prior to that victory, she had served a tenure on the Waterloo Catholic District School Board for the Kitchener Wilmot riding.


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