HAROLD: Time for change, councillor candidate, Ward 1

For Councillor
Ward 1

Ph: 289 980 1121

Email:    votetonyharold@gmail.com


  • A 47-year resident of Pickering, with 41 years in Ward 1
  •  Attended Dunbarton High School, graduating as a Provincial Scholar
  •  A graduate of the University of Toronto, earning his B.Sc. in Economics Strong business acumen gained through over 30 years of negotiation, controlling expenses and balancing budgets
  •  Passionate about his community:
  • Chair of the South Rosebank (SoRo) Safe Streets Initiative
  • Founding member of the Durham Regional Crime Stoppers program
  • Successful in getting 24hr ambulance service in Pickering

A long-standing member of local charities:

  •  Pickering Terry Fox Run
     Durham Region Walk for Muscular Dystrophy

Endorsed by

“I’ve known Tony for over 35 years. He is a strong supporter of both community and
public safety, and is the best choice for City Councillor.”
Staff Sergeant Sandy Ryrie,
Durham Regional Police (Ret.)

 “Tony has been a member of the organizing committee for the Pickering Terry Fox Run
for over 14 years. He is a highly dependable and motivated member of our committee
and works hard to ensure each run is a success.” Michael Leclair,
Volunteer Co-Ordinator Pickering Terry Fox Run

His political goals for Pickering

  • Responsible Taxation:
    Ensure that tax revenues are well invested in our community and that any increases are held to an absolute minimum.
  • Community Safety:
    Advocate for greater community, road and pedestrian safety in our neighbourhoods.
  • Infrastructure Investment:
    Support infrastructure development to maintain our existing communities.
  • In-fill Development:
    In-fill development is important- a vote for Tony HAROLD will ensure that it’s done right!
  • Accountability and Transparency:
    Ensure openness, transparency and accountability within our city government.

Harold really is active in the community

With St. Marys CSS students at waste management event

Community supporters among immigrant population

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