Nina Tangri is the Member of Provincial Parliament for Mississauga-Streetsville and Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation, and Trade.
She has served as Vice-Chair on the Board of Directors at the Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga and was a Cabinet Member of ErinOak Kids, Ontario’s largest treatment centre for children living with disabilities. She has received numerous accolades for her tireless volunteer work, community advocacy, and support of organizations and clubs across the GTA, including the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Award.
Professionally, Nina is an entrepreneur and small business owner with over 30 years experience in financial management. Until her election to Ontario’s 42nd Parliament, she was the CEO of Tangri Insurance & Financial Group, and President of Tangri-BMT Insurance Brokers.
In June 2019, Nina was appointed Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation, and Trade. She is also a member of the Standing Committee on Justice Policy. She continues to work with individuals, businesses, and others to learn how the government can make Ontario the best place to live, work, invest, and raise a family.
Over 115,000 residents young and old call Mississauga-Streetsville home. The riding stretches roughly from Highway 407 in the East and North, to Mavis Rd in the East, across Highway 401 to Creditview Rd and South to Eglinton Ave W, west to Erin Mills Parkway north to Britannia Rd W and west to Highway 407; encompasses the communities of Old Meadowvale, Streetsville, Lisgar, and Meadowvale. We are a culturally diverse riding and home to many different cultural centres including Churches, Mosques, and Temples. The community is also an economic powerhouse and home to some of the GTA’s largest employers including Microsoft Canada, GlaxoSmithKline, General Electric, Walmart, Samsung and more. We are also home to service clubs including the Royal Canadian Legion, Lion’s Club, and the Rotary club. Finally, our community is beautiful, with dozens of square kilometres of parkland and recreation space – get out there and see it if you can!