Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Halton riding to be split Tories to meet Monday to form new association
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Apr 2006, p. 3


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The founding meeting of the new provincial Progressive Conservative Association of Wellington Halton Hills will be held Monday (April 10) in Rockwood. The meeting at the Rockmosa Community Centre, 74 Christie St., will begin at 7:30 p.m., with registration at 7 p.m. The new association is being formed to coincide with the new provincial riding boundaries, which will mirror the current federal riding boundaries. The next provincial election in October 2007 will be contested on these new riding boundaries. Longtime provincial MPP Ted Arnott, currently representing Waterloo-Wellington, announced last October that he will run as a PC candidate in the Wellington-Halton Hills riding. Halton MPP Ted Chudleigh, whose current riding will be split under the new boundary, said Monday he was "saddened at the break up of the current riding." "Although due to population growth, it is becoming difficult for one person to manage," said Chudleigh. "I will be making a formal announcement regarding my electoral intentions in the near future," said Chudleigh.


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Date of Publication:
5 Apr 2006
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Chudleigh, Ted ; Arnott, Ted
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Progressive Conservative Association ; Rockmosa Community Centre
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Halton.News.204357
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English
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Halton riding to be split Tories to meet Monday to form new association