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Is Oakville seeing red and blue in municipal election?
Publication:
Oakville Beaver, 20 Oct 2010, p1 cont'd on p9 and p10


Description
Creator:
Kurek, Dominik
Media Type:
Newspaper
Image
Text
Item Type:
Articles
Date of Publication:
20 Oct 2010
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Young, Terence ; Burton, Rob ; Mulvale, Ann ; Adams, Tom ; Johnston, Alan ; Robinson, Ralph ; Elgar, Allan ; Lapworth, Roger ; Khan, Max ; Chapin, Mary ; St. James, Lee ; Duddeck, Cathy ; Sparling, Stephen ; Bird, Keith ; Burton, Brian ; Straub, Mark ; Knoll, Jeff ; Bragdon, Ross ; Ray, Raymond ; McLaughlin, John ; McMullen, John ; Loomans, Michael ; Aceti, Bob ; Giraldi, Joe ; McCullagh. Cheryle ; Grant, Bruce ; Bobesich, Stephan ; Damoff, Pam ; Pilcher, John ; Flynn, Kevin ; Sparling, Stephen ; Brown, Bonnie ; Carr, Gary ; Hutchins, Nick ; Gittings, Dave ; Gandubert, Jean ; Lapworth, Roger ; Sheppard, Susan ; Young, Terence ; Elgar, Allan ; Foster, John ; Gareau, Jeff ; Singh Sandhawalia, Bhupinder ; Straub, Mark ; Grant, Marc ; MacKezie, Doug ; Altobello, Tom ; Bragdon, Ross ; Wright, Janice ; Smith, Jim
Corporate Name(s):
Progressive Conservative Party ; Oakville Town Council ; Federal Conservative Party of Oakville ; Ontario PC Party of Halton ; Ontario Progressive Conservative Party ; Liberal Party of Canada ; Oakville Provincial PC Riding Association
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 43.4473682625124
    Latitude: 43.4473682625124 Longitude: -79.6665048808289
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Oakville ON L6J 2Z4

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Is Oakville seeing red and blue in municipal election?