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The Ontario Landowners Association Comes to Angus to Campaign for David Guergis


By —— Bio and Archives--October 20, 2010

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David Guergis, Mayor of Essa Township, is a principled man who has demonstrated that he is willing to fight for fiscal responsibility and private property rights. He initiated a resolution that was passed at Council last October that called for a third party review of the need for and cost of the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority. This is the first time that a municipality in Ontario has formally questioned the benefit to community of a Conservation Authority.

What he has done is truly a breath of democratic fresh air.

The Ontario Landowners Association (OLA) will meet at McDonald’s Restaurant on County Road # 90 in Angus at 9.00 A.M. on Saturday October 23 to start a door knocking campaign blitz in support of David Guergis’ efforts to get re-elected as Mayor of Essa Township.

“The system of private property is the most important guaranty of freedom, not only to those who own property, but (even) to those who don’t..” (Frederich August Hayek 1899 - 1992)


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Ontario Landowners Association -- Bio and Archives | Comments

The Ontario Landowners Association shall defend and promote the principal of strong local governments, democracy, and natural justice and represent the interests of the rural community.

For Rural Ontario to survive, Property Rights and judicial reform must be enshrined into law at all three levels of Government, these being; Federal, Provincial, and Municipal.

 

Rural Ontario is under systematic attack by government bureaucracy and false environmentalism.

 

The Ontario Landowners have and will continue to expose and meet these threats with determination and resolve in the court of public opinion.

 


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