About Laura

Laura is a dedicated and well-respected public servant. She has served as the Treasurer of both York Region and the City of Vaughan and has held policy and financial management roles at both the provincial and municipal level. Over the last eighteen years, Laura has focused her career on helping governments meet their objectives and deliver value to taxpayers through evidence-based advice, responsible financial management, good governance, and transparent reporting. Previously she provided assurance and advisory services with Deloitte and through her own consulting practice.

Laura is committed to community service. She has raised funds and dedicated many volunteer hours in service to not-for-profit organizations. She is currently on the Finance and Gala Committees of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the Board of the McMichael Canadian Art Foundation and the Friends Committee of The Prosperity Project. Over the years she raised funds and volunteered for the Elspeth Heyworth Centre for Women, Waves of Changes for Autism, Hospice Vaughan, Mackenzie Health Foundation, United Way of Greater Toronto, Yorktown Family Services, the Touchstone Youth Centre, and CPA Ontario’s Volunteer tax clinics.

Laura also gives back to her profession through mentoring, speaking, and volunteering on advisory committees of CPA Canada and provincial ministries. In 2018, she was awarded the honour Fellow of CPA Ontario for her professional accomplishments and community service.

I'm excited to work with Steven Del Duca and the Ontario Liberal Party to get Ontario back on track. I will advocate for practical and evidence-based solutions to strengthen our communities, so that all Ontarians can have a fair shot at a good life. Laura Mirabella