Manager, Carrier Sanctions and Investigations Office, Ministry of Transportation Ontario
With more than 30 years of experience at three levels of government, Sean is a leader who values both being a public servant and the work of the public service for the people of Ontario. Sean started his career in law enforcement and has always found his career path leaning towards those opportunities that support and engage people on a daily basis. In his current role as both Deputy Registrar of Motor Vehicles and the Registrar of Shortline Railroads with the Ministry of Transportation, Sean works with underperforming transportation businesses to influence change and balances economic realities with government priorities and critical safety requirements. The experience Sean brings to these roles allows the Ministry of Transportation to see contentious situations more holistically, apply the right resources and approaches and generate better outcomes for the government, the people of Ontario and the client being engaged.
Sean leads a large team in the Carrier Sanctions and Investigations Office that brings together expertise and experience that ranges from Registered Professional Engineers to former Transportation Enforcement Officers to deliver the oversight of more than 60 000 carrier currently registered in Ontario. This places Ontario as the number one jurisdiction in Canada for registered commercial carriers and constitutes 43% of all transportation companies domiciled in Canada. This reality allows Ontario to be a leader in road safety and to drive evolutionary change for the transportation sector to create efficiencies in the sector and to protect the people and the infrastructure in Ontario. Sean is always willing to meet with stakeholders and has made it a priority for his office and his team to be available to clients that want or need support to be a successful business in Ontario. Sean is married and lives in the GTA and enjoys his time completing the many renovations around his home when not working for the province of Ontario.
Sean is married and lives in the GTA and enjoys his time completing the many renovations around his home when not working for the province of Ontario.