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Aug 28th, 2018
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2018 AWARE Simcoe questionnaire – Robert Bortlisz from Wasaga Sun I grew up spending a lot of time in the beach. My parents moved and then retired here as did I. The sandy shores and natural beauty drew people just like you and I here. We brought our energy, skills, expertise and slowly but sur...
Aug 28th, 2018
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from Wasaga Sun My name is Patrice Mccammon, I am asking for your vote for Wasaga Beach councillor on Oct. 22. I am a full-time resident (20 years). My career in business included district manager for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, a non-political organization. Read more  ...
Aug 28th, 2018
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from Wasaga Sun Expect More with Richard White I want to help create a complete community in Wasaga Beach; a place to grow for everyone. Over the past four years I have been a committee member on both the Wasaga Beach Blues and Wasaga Beach Short Film festivals. Working with these two events helped m...
Aug 26th, 2018
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from Wasaga Sun I have had the honour of serving on the council of Wasaga Beach between 2003 and 2014 as both a councillor (2003 – 2006) and deputy mayor (2006 – 2014). I ran for the office of mayor in 2014, but was unsuccessful in that bid. Today, I am putting my name forward […]...
Aug 26th, 2018
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from Wasaga Sun Born, raised and educated in Toronto, I moved to Wasaga Beach over 20 years ago with my wife Ilona. I am the proud father of three adult children. I am a licensed steamfitter and have been involved in the labour movement for 40 years as a shop steward, organizer, and contract negotiat...
Aug 26th, 2018
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2018 AWARE Simcoe questionnaire – George Watson from Wasaga Sun Vote George Watson — Councillor for Wasaga Beach: “Experience you can trust.” I am a local businessperson and full-time resident in Wasaga Beach for 50 years. I attended Collingwood Collegiate and studied at York University. Read m...
Aug 26th, 2018
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from Wasaga Sun Say yes to Jess for Wasaga Beach council. My name is Jessica Craven. My friends just call me Jess. Always be humble, always be kind. Never let anyone stomp on your spirit. Light the flame, carry the torch. I was the first female student marine to be welcomed to the O.P.P. Marine [&hel...
Aug 26th, 2018
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from Wasaga Sun As the owner of a five star company, which is governed by policies and procedures at the federal, provincial and municipal levels, including, and not limited to, Transport Canada. I am used to abiding by strict rules and following very detailed processes. The luxury of making mistakes...
Aug 26th, 2018
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from Wasaga Sun Hi, I’m Mark Kinney, and I would like to be your choice for a councillor at this coming election! On October 22, 2018, the residents of Wasaga Beach have an important choice to make, one that will impact our great town for the next four years and possibly beyond! Although I am [...
Aug 26th, 2018
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from Wasaga Sun My wife Betty and I have been permanent residents of Wasaga Beach for over 40 years. I have a unique perspective of our town and its needs as I also have three of our four adult children and their spouses and two (soon to be three) grandchildren living here, working here or […]...