Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Decision '06: NOEL DUIGNAN
Publication:
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 11 Jan 2006, p. 10


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Age: 57 Personal: Separated; four boys Resides: Georgetown Occupation: Real estate consultant/mediator Past political experience: MPP for Halton North from 1990 to 1995, unsuccessful federal NDP candidate in Wellington-Halton Hills in 2004

Quote, unquote "Scandals have got deeper, health issues, environment issues, unity issues, you name it they're still there unsolved." "People are mad at politicians in general, it doesn't make any difference what particular stripe." "People like a Liberal government, but not necessarily the Liberal party." "I'm not happy with the way this riding's laid out, whatsoever. You can go from the corner of Winston Churchill Blvd. and the 401 all the way to the city limits of Cambridge. In another direction you go up and beyond Elora. I would have preferred to have seen (Halton Hills) with the rest of Halton." "Of the three party leaders Jack Layton is the

most honest and direct. He's got nothing to hide." "The main issue appears to be... healthcare... around here there are pockets where the environment is fairly big...some of the scandal-related issues out of Ottawa...the whole issue that's come up a couple of times is we need to change how we do politics in Canada." "I think it (representation by population) is the most fair way. The majority of democratic countries in the world, that's the way they've gone."


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Date of Publication:
11 Jan 2006
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Personal Name(s):
Duignan, Noel ; Layton, Jack
Local identifier:
Halton.News.200982
Language of Item:
English
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Decision '06: NOEL DUIGNAN