About Larry

MP Larry Brock, first elected in 2021, has lived a life of public service to the people of Brantford, Brant and area.

Larry was born and raised in Brantford. After attending St. John’s College he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Waterloo. He continued his studies at the University of Calgary where he received a Bachelor of Law degree.

He began his law career in 1992 in private practice. In 2004 he became Assistant Crown Attorney in Brantford-Brant. As a senior prosecutor he handled a broad range of cases including homicides, million dollar frauds and other serious offences. He also developed extensive expertise in the Indigenous Persons Court.

In his personal time, he volunteered with many local charities and organizations including the Brant United Way, St. Leonard’s Community Services and Crossing All Bridges and the Brantford Aquatic Club. Larry also worked with students at St. John’s College in the mock trial program, and lectured at Mohawk College to police foundations students.

In Ottawa Larry has served as the Associated Shadow Minister for Indigenous Services and is a member of the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights.

Larry and his wife Angela are proud parents of twin daughters, Jennie and Emma.