Rob Milligan was raised near Warkworth, Ontario in the Municipality of Trent Hills. He earned his BA in History and English from Brock University and continued his education at Nipissing University where he completed his Bachelor of Education Degree. Returning to the Trent Hills area, he married his wife Rebecca. Together they have two young daughters, Sammy and Linda. Prior to being elected to the Legislature, Rob taught History and English at Campbellford District High School for thirteen years.
Rob Milligan was elected to represent the riding of Northumberland-Quinte West as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in the fall of 2011. During his time as MPP, Milligan has served as the PC Deputy Critic of Education and Youth Outreach. He is currently serving as the PC Critic for Interprovincial Trade and is a member of the Standing Committee on Justice Policy.
Rob continues to actively represent his constituents by voicing their concerns and opinions at Queen’s Park. He has two private member’s bills, Bill 58 and Bill 98 and has taken a stand on a variety of issues including the potential of water-power generation instead of Industrial Wind Farms.
Rob Milligan is pleased to be representing the riding of Northumberland-Quinte West as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. Milligan is open to hearing the thoughts of his constituents and values their opinions. He encourages constituents to complete the Keeping in Touch form which provides a convenient forum for constituents to share their opinions and concerns.