Meet Eric

Eric Frydman is a JD/MBA student at Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business. He grew up in the Eglinton-Lawrence riding, where he says the community spirit and diversity he experienced helped shape the person he is today.

Eglinton-Lawrence Priorities

Green Economy

  • Ensure a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions of 60 per cent from 2005 levels by 2030, with clear enforceable targets starting in 2023.

  • Achieve net zero emissions as quickly as possible, while aiming to be net negative in 2050.

  • Create two hundred thousand jobs over the next 15 years through an investment in the Canadian green economy by leading globally in the output of intellectual property, education and production.

  • End all extraction of fossil fuels by cancelling new pipeline projects and oil exploration, banning fracking, and ending fossil fuel subsidies.


  • Ensure that families are provided with the assistance they need to take care of family members suffering from mental health issues and that every student has access to mental health services.

  • Implement full Universal healthcare by expanding with Pharmacare, dental care, eye care and expanded mental health services.

  • End two-tiered healthcare has led to Indigenous People not receiving the same level of care due to bureaucratic disagreements over jurisdiction.

  • Integrate mental and physical health care and drastically increase the universality of mental health care.

  • Expand and improve the Canada Disability Benefit to make direct payments to individuals who live with an episodic disability as defined in the Accessible Canada Act.


  • Declare housing affordability and homelessness a national emergency.

  • Create national standards to establish rent and vacancy controls.

  • Reinvest in affordable, non-profit, co-operative and supportive housing by building a minimum of 300,000 units of affordable, non-market, co-op housing over a decade.

  • Appoint a Minister of Housing to meet the needs of affordable housing that are unique to each province.

  • Increase opportunity for first-time homebuyers through a waving of down payments through alternative forms of equity guarantees.


Debate hosted by 8 Resident Associations from the Eglinton-Lawrence riding

September 14th 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

To Register:

West Preparatory Public School

Speaking with 5th and 6th graders for the student vote initiative.

September 14th at 1:00 PM

Your Donation

$1650 = Office Space for Two Weeks

$1000 = 250 Campaign Lawn Signs

$200 = 25 Volunteer T-Shirts

$1275 = Bus Ads for Two Weeks

$500 = 100 Volunteer Face Masks

$180 = Community Event