Larry Miller was first elected as the MP for Bruce–Grey–Owen Sound in 2004.
Miller has served as Chair of the Standing Committees on Agriculture and AgriFood and the Standing Committee on Transport Infrastructure and Communities, and as a member of the Standing Committee on International Trade.
In 2013, Miller’s Private Members Bill, C-383, The Transboundary Waters Protection Act received Royal Assent. The bill will ensure that all waters under Federal jurisdiction will be protected from bulk export.
Miller founded the House National Rural/Agricultural Caucus and is an active member of the Conservative Party’s Hunting and Angling Caucus.
Before being elected to the House of Commons, Miller worked as a municipal politician for 13 years. During that time he was a councillor, Reeve, Mayor and Warden of Grey County. He also chaired the local Highways Committee and the Finance and Personnel Committee. He also ran a local beef farming operation.
Miller says that issues of concern to his constituents include health care, seniors, agriculture, protecting Canada’s water and ensuring federal funding reaches important programs and organizations in Bruce and Grey counties.
Miller is married and has three grown children and four grandchildren.