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Pook says Catholic identity in schools should be preserved

Patricia Pook wants Catholic schools to maintain their identity. The retired high school teacher from Ridgetown has been active in her community and her church and says she understands the issues facing the system. The Issues: My platform has focused on retaining our Catholic schools and identity, maintaining our local schools, and continuing to teach… Read more »

Scott wants to solve fire issue in Brooke-Alvinston

Tom Scott thinks the issues which led to the Inwood firefighters resigning can be sorted out. The 67 year-old former Alvinston councillor who is retired from working in the plants in Sarnia’s Chemical Valley is running for mayor of Brooke-Alvinston. He says it is the biggest issue of the election. Scott says the firefighters should… Read more »

Former Catholic board chair seeks fourth term in Lambton-Kent

Carol Bryden is seeing a fourth term as the East Kent/South Lambton St. Clair District Catholic School trustee. The former board chair says safeguarding students health and well being, maintaining schools with careful management and more French immersion programs are important issues this election. The Issues: “Safeguarding student physical, emotional and psychological wellness. Continuing and… Read more »

Thirty-six year veteran looking to become deputy mayor of St. Clair

St. Clair Township’s longest serving elected official is hoping voters will trust his record and elect him to the Deputy Mayor’s chair Oct. 22. “I have no axe to grind,” says Steve Miller, of Port Lambton. “People have the right to have a choice and I’m offering that.” Miller hasn’t lost an election since 1982,… Read more »