Meet Marco

Marco and daughter greet Syrian refugees

Marco and daughter Michaela greet Syrian refugees


Marco is a family man and at the centre of his life are his wife Diana and their two daughters, Michaela and Gemma.

A passionate advocate, Marco has dedicated his career to keeping our community safe. As a federal prosecutor for nearly ten years, he fought against organized crime and put terrorists – including members of the ‘Toronto 18” – behind bars. He also worked at the Law Society of Upper Canada and served as President of the Association of Justice Counsel for two terms — a national association representing nearly 3,000 federal prosecutors and government lawyers employed by the Government of Canada. Marco had testified before the House of Commons and the Senate to advocate for better laws on organized crime and access to justice.

Most recently, Marco co-ran a law firm that helps organizations enforce professional standards and resolve workplace conflicts. Marco is also committed to education and mentoring young lawyers. He has been an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School and regularly spoke at conferences both here and abroad.

Marco cares deeply about his community. He has sat on numerous boards and has been involved with the John Wanless Childcare Centre, John Wanless Public School, North Toronto Soccer Club, COSTI Immigration Services, the Toronto Symphony Volunteer Committee and Heart & Stroke Canada. Marco has worked on specific initiatives to improve our schools, including the installation of a new turf field at John Wanless Public School and the creation of a lunch program for families with children going into FDK. On weekends, you’ll see Marco coaching both of his girls at the Eglinton Park soccer field.

Marco has been a dedicated Liberal for years. He has sat on the Executive of the Federal Liberal Riding Association for Eglinton-Lawrence, and volunteered on numerous federal and provincial campaigns. Most recently, he served as legal counsel to Mike Colle’s successful re-election campaign in the Spring 2014 provincial election.