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Don Meredith Net Worth

Don Meredith Net Worth is
$2 Million

Don Meredith Biography

Don Meredith was born on 13 July 1964, in Saint Ann, Jamaica, and is a former politician, executive, and Pentecostal minister, best known for being the director of the GTA Faith Alliance, a group which focuses on youth violence and organizing peace rallies. All of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Don Meredith? As of mid-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $2 million, mostly earned through success in politics. He was part of the Senate of Canada but later resigned due to allegations of ethics violations, after a recommendation of expulsion. As he continues his endeavors, it is expected that his wealth will likely increase.

Don Meredith Net Worth $2 million

Don immigrated to Canada in the early 1980s, and became a Canadian citizen. He attended Ryerson Polytechnical Institute and during his time there, started the business Donscape Landscaping Services. The business would help his net worth increase significantly. He never completed his studies at Ryerson, but subsequently attended Rhema Studies of Theology Associatio,n and became an ordained minister in 2006. Prior to that, he became a member of the Toronto Police Services as part of the Chief’s Advisory Council. He is also a member of the York Region Community Police Liaison, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Consultative Committee, and the Black Community Police Consultative Committee.

In 2007, Meredith was nominated by the Conservative Party of Canada as its candidate in a Toronto constituency, and won nomination after Mark Warner was removed as standard bearer. He supported Bill Siksay’s private member’s bill which added gender identity to distinguishable traits to be protected from hate speech by the Criminal Code. He also spoke out against pre-marital sex, and supported increasing the age of sexual consent from 14 to 18. He placed fourth in the re-election, but in 2010, he was appointed to the Canadian Senate. He created numerous issues during his time with the Senate. In 2012, he was criticized for attending an Iranian embassy event at Carleton University after the government urged a boycott of Iran. Two years later, he attended the National Prayer Breakfast and expensed first class costs for himself and his wife to the Senate., and was later forced to pay the expenses. In 2015, an investigation by the Senate started and aimed to look into bullying and sexual harassment of former members of Meredith’s staff. The report was submitted and he was expelled from the Conservative caucus after allegations were made that he had a two year affair with a teenager who was 16 years old at the start of the relationship. He was found guilty of ethics violations in 2017 and was expelled from the Independent Senators Group. It was recommended that he should be expelled from the Senate though he announced his resignation before it could occur.

Prior to all these issues, Don received several awards during his career. He received an Urban Leadership Award from the Canadian Urban Institute, the Toronto Police Service 13 Division Community Service Award, and the Nelson Mandela Humanitarian Award.

For his personal life, it is known that Don is married to Michelle and they have a daughter. He claimed holding degrees from associations and schools which have no accreditation, and are non-degree granting schools. The allegations of his relationship with the teenager began after the girl approached the media to tell her story. Don’s family defended him through the allegations.

Quick Facts

Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 13, 1964
Place Of BirthSaint Ann Parish, Jamaica
ProfessionPolitician
EducationRyerson University
NationalityCanadian
SpouseMichelle Meredith
ChildrenDominique Meredith, David Meredith
Wikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Meredith_(politician)


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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Find Me a Maori Bride2015TV SeriesStan Leota
Spartacus: War of the Damned2013TV SeriesMale Slave
Power Rangers Samurai2012TV SeriesVendor
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