Meet Eric Duncan, MP

"I got off the sidelines and took an interest in helping people because I believe in getting things done."

Being your voice in Ottawa is about more than just sitting in the House of Commons. Being there to help constituents navigate issues they have with the federal government is just as important.

That’s why I will work tirelessly to provide the level of service you’ve come to expect from our past MP, Guy Lauzon. Guy has done a phenomenal job and I am lucky to have worked alongside him for 9 years.

I look forward to working hard for you in Ottawa and our riding.


Eric Duncan is currently serving his second term as Member of Parliament for the riding of Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry in Eastern Ontario.

Eric is one of youngest elected officials in Canadian history. At the age of 18, he was elected as a municipal Councillor in his hometown of North Dundas, was elected Mayor four years later at the age of 22 and acclaimed for second term in 2014.

He became the youngest regional Warden of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry in its 170+ year history at age 25 and made further history when his colleagues chose him to become the first to serve a second consecutive year as Warden.

Eric was first elected to Parliament in 2019 and re-elected in 2021. He has served in on the leadership teams of two Conservative Party leaders in senior roles and currently serves as Conservative Party-Caucus Liaison on Pierre Poilievre’s Leadership Team.

With a passion for community volunteerism, Eric has been involved with nearly 50 organizations, groups, and events in his community, raising millions of dollars for charity and important causes. His volunteer passions have included newspaper digitization, veteran cenotaph restorations, and recently chairing his High School reunion.