PICKERING ELECTIONS: Time for change: Elect Tony Harold, councillor, Ward 1

Tony HAROLD
For Councillor
Ward 1

Tony HAROLD
Ph: 289 980 1121

Email:    votetonyharold@gmail.com

Bio

  • 43 year Pickering resident, 37 of which have been in Ward 1
  • Graduate of Dunbarton High School (Provincial Scholar) and the University of Toronto (B.Sc. Hons. Economics)
  • Strong business acumen gained through over 30 years of controlling expenses and balancing budgets
  • Passionate about his community, and a long-standing member of local charity events – Pickering Terry Fox Run, Durham Walk for Muscular Dystrophy, and was the catalyst for getting 24-hour ambulance service in our City
  • Tony enjoys spending time in the community with his family; he is an avid runner; he resides in South Rosebank with his wife Janice and son Alexander

Endorsed by

“I’ve known Tony as a friend and neighbour for over 20 years. He is very committed to our community, and is the best choice for City Councillor in Ward 1.”

Tracy MacCharles, Cabinet Minister and MPP (2011 – 2018)
Pickering Scarborough East

 

“Tony has been a member of the organizing committee for the Pickering Terry Fox Run for over 10 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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