By COLLIN GALLANT on September 4th, 2021
email@example.com@CollinGallant Former police chief Andy McGrogan will seek a seat on city council this fall after filing nomination papers Thursday The career policeman who retired last winter tells the News the campaign is sparked by his desire to continue in public service and provide administrative leadership to what could be a largely new group of ... Read More »Be the first to comment!
By COLLIN GALLANT on September 3rd, 2021
firstname.lastname@example.org@CollinGallant Medicine Hat’s longest continually serving city councillor will seek another term this fall. Robert Dumanowski tells the News he has enjoyed support from a broad demographic in the past, will stand on his record and still has enthusiasm for the job. “I’ve tried to take every issue seriously, reflect on it and look for ... Read More »Be the first to comment!
By Medicine Hat News on September 1st, 2021
Justin Wright is already part of the local food truck scene, and now hopes to take his place in city council. Wright has lived in Medicine Hat since 1998 and is a graduate of Hat High. He started his management career with Future Shop and ran the local store for a number of years. Then ... Read More »Be the first to comment!
By COLLIN GALLANT on September 1st, 2021
email@example.com@CollinGallant Darren Hirsch says his record over the past four years should resonate with voters in the coming election – his support for a heavy “cost reduction” in the city budget, a COVID relief plan for business grants, property tax relief and economic development efforts. He told reporters at a noon-hour announcement in Rotary Park ... Read More »Be the first to comment!
By MEDICINE HAT NEWS on August 31st, 2021
https://www.medicinehatnews.com@MedicineHatNews More sitting city councillors are announcing their re-election campaigns. Councillor Darren Hirsch has scheduled a noon-hour announcement with media in the city on Tuesday. Phil Turnbull plans to file his nomination papers early this week, he told the News on Monday. On the weekend, two-term council member Brian Varga attended a meet-the candidates gathering ... Read More »1 response
By COLLIN GALLANT on August 31st, 2021
firstname.lastname@example.org@CollinGallant Phil Turnbull says he will seek another turn on council to help usher in new stability for the city’s power plant in the face of a rapidly changing electrical sector. That comes after controversy erupted when the city announced a strategic power plant review to determine the effect of renewable power on pricing and ... Read More »2 responses
By Medicine Hat News on August 28th, 2021
Local businessman and community volunteer Jeremy Silver says it’s time for a change at city hall and he believes he can foster that goal if elected to council. Silver says he has grown his IFIX Technology business to one of the largest in the region that specializes in mobile device repair along with other tech ... Read More »Be the first to comment!
By MEDICINE HAT NEWS on August 27th, 2021
https://www.medicinehatnews.com@MedicineHatNews Longtime Brooks media personality and current city councillor John Petrie has joined the race to become that city’s mayor. The former radio station manager joins longtime councillor Norm Gerestein in the race to replace outgoing mayor Barry Morishita this October. Morishita announced last week he will seek the provincial leadership of the Alberta Party ... Read More »Be the first to comment!
By Medicine Hat News on August 27th, 2021
Praveen Joshi spent much of his career in hotel and business management, and now hopes for a spot on city council. Born in India, Joshi has spent the last 20 years in the United States and Canada. He moved from Regina, Sask. to Medicine Hat in 2015 to open Co-op Place. “I loved the arena, ... Read More »Be the first to comment!
By MEDICINE HAT NEWS on August 26th, 2021
https://www.medicinehatnews.com@MedicineHatNews The number of people running for eight city council positions has reached two dozen, making it the largest race in Medicine Hat municipal politics in 20 years. That occurred Wednesday, about four weeks before a deadline to submit nomination papers and with a number of current councillors still to declare their intentions ahead of ... Read More »Be the first to comment!