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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Schirk will Work for Guelph PCs this Fall

Greg Schirk received the enthusiastic endorsement of the local PC riding at their nomination meeting last night. A packed room in the Delta Hotel and Conference Centre, upwards of 500 local Progressive Conservative members, voted for Schirk over fellow nominees Bob Senechal and Rob Demille. A breakdown of votes by the numbers wasn't offered, but when Schirk made his speech prior to voting, the applause and cheers of the crowd as compared to the other two nominees gave him an audible edge.
Don't know Greg Schirk? Here's his bio courtesy of an Ontario PC press release issued today:
Greg Schirk is an entrepreneur who previously owned Royal City Glass and now works for PM Doors and Windows. His extensive involvement in the glass industry has included being president of the Siding and Window Dealer Association of Canada (SAWDAC) and being a member of the steering committee of the Natural Resources Canada Energy Star program (Fenestration Products). Greg is married and has 2 grown children. He was raised in Guelph and maintains that “Guelph is, and will always be, his home.”
Schirk joins a Fall ballot that already includes Steve Dyck for the Green Party, James Gordon for the NDP and incumbent Liz Sandals for the Liberals. Election Day for the Province of Ontario is October 6th. 
Below, find a slideshow of images from the nomination meeting.


Anonymous said...

It was a great night at the Delta. The PC Party made it clear that they are ready to win Guelph. I have switched over because I am sick of the Liberals. Greg Schirk is a great Candidate!! Good Luck to his team

Anonymous said...

I don't personally know Greg, but his party certainly isn't doing him any favours with its current election strategy. I would love to see Liz Sandals tossed out because she has been an very ineffective MPP.