Always putting his constituents first, Kevin has delivered dependable leadership and proven results for over 33 years.
Committed to making Oakville the best place to live, work and raise a family, Kevin was first elected to the Ontario legislature in 2003. Previously, he was the owner of a successful Oakville business and served as an Oakville town and Halton Regional councillor for over 18 years after winning six consecutive elections.
As Minister of Labour since 2014, he has been responsible for passing the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, increasing fairness for precarious workers and ensuring the minimum wage increases to $15 by 2019.
Flynn has been a champion for preserving as much of Oakville’s remaining and precious public green space. He was proud to announce the recent transfer of Deerfield Golf Course and Fourteen Mile Creek conservation lands to the Town of Oakville. A tireless advocate for local decisions, he is pleased that the determination of Glen Abbey’s future will be made locally, with the passing of provincial legislation that replaces the OMB with the new Local Planning Appeal Tribunal.
Long active in his community, Kevin has also served as the President of Halton Children’s Aid Society, a mentor in the Big Brothers program and a coach for several minor sports teams.
Kevin holds an MBA from Athabasca University. He and his wife Janice have lived in Oakville for over 40 years.