Brant Representative now Party Leader for Ontario Libertarians

The Ontario Libertarians are not a large group. In fact, about 42,000 of the approximate 10 million eligible voters selected one of their candidates on June 7th this year. That’s not insignificant, considering the party had less than 600 people registered as card-carrying members as of the election. The party leader, Allen Small from Markham-
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‘Triage’ is a system to identify priorities for determining which patients are the  most in need of care. For the hospital itself…the process is the same. When presented with a critical patient, first you have to stop the bleeding. The Brant Community healthcare system has been in a desperate financial position, inherited over the past
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You would think that such a significant milestone for Downtown Brantford would be a happy-happy event. BUT… the 10th Anniversary of the opening of Harmony Square began with cries screamed and echoed across the square, from balconies and businesses! Our Town Crier, David McKee, and his wife Betty Jean brought all these loud people to
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When the Ontario Legislature closes the doors, the last one standing has the duty to turn off the lights before going home. Thanks for your service Dave Levac…Queen’s Park may be dark right now, but it was forever brightened by your commitment. Dave Levac has served Brant for 20 years in the Provincial legislature, after
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Willem Bouma has a lot on his table as he campaigns under the Progressive Conservative banner in Brant-Brantford. Already a County councilor, he is still keeping up his county council responsibilities. Questioned on the legality of holding down his council position and receiving his county honorarium he says he has cleared it all through the county
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51-year-old Dave Wrobel has a new visual perception of this provincial election and it’s not his normal Progressive Conservative colour “blue.” The long-time Brantford city councilor has stepped out of the realm of his familiar old party politics to run as an independent. Questioned as to why the change of political heart, Wrobel is at no
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By: Warren Beck Green Party candidate Ken Burns knows his chances of winning the riding of Brantford-Brant on June 7th are slim but that has not deterred him from running again, He ran in 2014 and tallied only just under 21-hundred votes.  Liberal winner David Levac won with over 19-thousand votes. But Green Party candidate 49 year
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By: Warren Beck She’s been here before, done that before and is doing it again. NDP candidate for Brant-Brantford Alex Felski ran third against Liberal winner Dave Levac in the 2014 provincial election, just over 5-thousand votes behind Levac and just 14-hundred votes behind second place finisher Phil Gillies. Married with two sons she has wasted little time getting
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Progressive Conservative riding rolls into Brantford By Jesse Ferguson From the moment the bus pulled in around 1PM, “For the People” blared from all the speakers at the Progressive Conservative rally held at Will Bouma’s Campaign Office / PC headquarters at 321 King George Rd., Brantford on May 24th. This bus was not of Bouma’s,
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