About Dan Muys
Dan Muys was elected as the Member of Parliament for Flamborough-Glanbrook in September 2021. He also serves as the Official Opposition’s Deputy Shadow Minister for Infrastructure and Communities.
Prior to seeking office, Dan had a 20-year career in the private sector in energy and agri-food. During that time Dan was part of a core team that helped develop successful bids for $10 Billion in energy infrastructure projects in Canada. He has also led communications on pivotal business transformation projects and helped launch brands on both sides of the border.
Dan grew up in Copetown, Ontario and has lived in Flamborough-Glanbrook most of his life. He also and worked in Calgary, Alberta for nine years – where he met his wife, Tracy – as well as working for three years across the United States, based in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Dan has been active in politics for over 30 years. He has worked on Parliament Hill, at Queen’s Park, in the Federal Leader’s Office and with local MPs and MPPs. Dan knows how to get things done in government.
Dan is a member of his local Rotary Club, the Flamborough Chamber of Commerce and the Copetown United Church.
Dan has also been an active member in his professional organization – serving as President of the Hamilton chapter, the Calgary chapter and Chair of the National Governance Committee of the Canadian Public Relations Society at different points in his career.
Dan and Tracy live near Lynden, Ontario, and when they aren’t working, they enjoy taking their two energetic terriers Ally and Dani for hikes through the stunning local conservation trails and exploring the Royal Botanical Gardens – for which Dan was a members of the Board of Directors in 2020 and 2021.