Election Night Party

Join Gin and his team at the Tao Canteen to celebrate the Vote! 10,000 doors, a lot of hand shakes, and meeting with neighbours understand this Ward even better. and hopefully become your next Ward Councillor. Party starts a 8 pm when the polls close!

Tao Canteen

1250 Castlemore Ave. at Markham Road.

City government’s expectation is to have councillors that are committed to addressing the concerns of their residents. They should understand the big issues involved with major development projects while at the same time solving individual resident issues. They should understand what providing Good Government means and that its more than just how many committees you sit on. You need to be readily available to them, ensuring that they are invited to public debates, and ensuring their voice is heard on important issues when they occur.
Vote for Gin Siow!

Improve traffic flow and reduce congestion

Increase Affordable Housing

Public disclosure of gifts and sponsorships

Prompt action on resident issues

Improve Winter Snow Plowing issue

Help Us Get Gin Elected

You can request a sign, donate, or volunteer

You can also reach the campaign team at 905.415.9000.

Your Vote Counts

Markham residents who are at least 18 years old and Canadian citizens can vote from October 12th to 22nd online or at any Markham Public Library. If you wish to use a paper ballot, you can go to a Voter Assistance Center. For more information and a list of locations, please go here.

Ward 6 Map

See the Markham Ward 6 map here.

Born in Malaysia and raised in Singapore, Gin moved to Canada in 1982 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Nanyang Technological University. Gin relocated to Markham in 1991 and with his passion for cars and enjoyment of driving, bought a Mazda car dealership. Through his sponsorship activities, he became involved in the community and started to engage in local social issues.
For the more than 15 years, Gin has been the Past National Chair of the Chinese Canadian Conservative Assoc., VP of the Association of Chinese Canadian Entrepreneurs, VP of the Richmond Hill Markham Chinese Business Assoc., and today is the President of S.E.A.S. Centre that supports domestic violence prevention, youth leadership training, and community development.