Randy Pettapiece is the MPP for Perth-Wellington.
He is known as a trusted voice for our local communities, interests, and values. When his constituents have a problem, they know they can count on him. They trust Randy to speak up for Perth-Wellington at Queen’s Park—not the other way around.
Randy is the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. In this role, he puts his agriculture background to good use for Perth-Wellington, where agriculture is a primary industry.
In 2017 and 2018, he won all-party support for the Rea and Walter Act – a private member’s bill to improve firefighter safety by identifying buildings using truss and lightweight construction.
In previous years, he passed three resolutions with all-party support to bridge the rural-urban divide; to push for fairness in infrastructure funding; and to reform the municipal insurance system.
Randy has delivered for local long-term care homes, pushed the government to improve rural health care services, and championed the local tourism and small business sectors.
Before his election to Queen’s Park in 2011, Randy served as a councillor in the Municipality of North Perth. He was re-elected as MPP in 2014 and again in 2018.
Randy and his wife, Jane, live in Listowel. They are proud parents and grandparents.