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Nickel Belt Grits declare provincial candidate: news release

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Mar 05, 2014 - 4:15 PM |
 An email from the Nickel Belt Provincial Liberal Association on March 5 announced James Tregonning as the riding's candidate for the upcoming provincial election. Supplied photo.

An email from the Nickel Belt Provincial Liberal Association on March 5 announced James Tregonning as the riding's candidate for the upcoming provincial election. Supplied photo.

An email from the Nickel Belt Provincial Liberal Association on March 5 announced James Tregonning as the riding's candidate for the upcoming provincial election.

The release stated:

James Tregonning Declared The Candidate for the Nickel Belt Provincial Liberal Association

It is with great pleasure that the Board of Directors announces that James Tregonning was declared the candidate to represent Nickel Belt in the next provincial election.

James, who was born and raised in Nickel Belt, moved to Toronto in 2001 to work with the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. He returned in 2011 to help care for his ailing father, diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, who has since passed away.

“Nickel Belt needs someone to represent the riding, not focus on provincial issues like tanning beds, menus and bubble-gum-flavoured chewing tobacco,” Tregonning said. “We need someone to voice residents' concerns about roads, health care and senior’s issues to Queen’s Park.”

“People have told me they no longer feel they get the representation that they’re used to. I want to change that.”

Mr. Tregonning is a seasoned and highly-knowledgeable professional with more than 20 years of experience contributing to the development and evaluation of social and health-care programs and policies in Ontario. James is confident that he has the breadth and depth of expertise to be an immediate asset as MPP for Nickel Belt.

For more information, contact James Tregonning at 705-805-6708, or email the riding association at [email protected]

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