Dan Byelis talks with Lambton-Kent-Middlesex MP Bev Shipley on his retirement, challenges when he was the government, importance of small business, and state of the country under the current government.
Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson has officially opened her constituency office in Blyth. Lisa was joined by Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak and a full house of family, friends, dignitaries and supporters.
Ontario Minister of Health Hon. Deb Matthews accompanied by Huron-Bruce MPP Ontario Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Hon. Carol Mitchell toured the Clinton Medical Centre to see and congratulate the Family Health Team on their methods and progress.
Former Mayor of South Huron and Huron County warden Rob Morley opened his sixth and final campaign office in Exeter. The Ontario PC candidate for Huron-Bruce had a Meet N Greet at the office for the public. Morley’s campaign offices can be found in Goderich (the head office), Wingham, Walkerton, Kincardine, and Port Elgin.
Former Mayor of South Huron and Huron County warden Rob Morley opened his primary campaign office in Goderich as the Ontario PC candidate for Huron-Bruce. The Huron-Bruce Provincial PC Riding Association will have six campaign offices open throughout the riding. Campaign manager Drew Roberts says having campaign offices help promote dialog and understanding with the […]
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty was on hand for the opening of Huron-Bruce MPP Carol Mitchell’s campaign headquarters in Goderich July 28 2007. The Premier and Carol both spoke of the day and their government record before answering media questions. The 2007 Ontario general election will be held on October 10, 2007.
Ontario PC leader John Tory was back in the Huron-Bruce riding July 6 2007. After Tory’s stop at ETM for a half hour show he and Huron-Bruce PC candidate Rob Morley visited Bluewater Rest Home in Zurich. Tory toured the rest home to listen to the needs of the home, and heard from local councilors […]
Huron-Bruce Federal Liberal Candidate Greg McClinchey was busy hosting and showing around fellow Liberal’s in the riding. Guests included candidate for Toronto Centre Bob Rae who made a stop at ETM for a in-studio program, then the next day Greg held a breakfast fundraiser in Blyth with Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion.
John Tory Leader of the Ontario PC Party and Official Opposition visited Blyth Community Centre March 4 2006. Tory’s visit included talking with users of the community centre, breakfast, a message from John and a meeting with local dignitaries.