Haley Bateman Announces Candidacy for Regional Council Representing St. Catharines

From the Campaign to Elect Haley Bateman Regional Councillor for the City of St.Catharines

Posted August 22nd, 2022 on Niagara At Large

Niagara Region – St. Catharines – St. Catharines resident Haley Bateman announces her second bid to represent St. Catharines as a Regional Councillor.

Haley Bateman for a seat in St. Catharines on Niagara Regional Council i

“While we have seen a shift for the better at Regional Council under the leadership of Jim Bradley, we have to keep pushing for some much-needed progress.”

“Affordability, safe streets, better options for senior living, tiered transit, equitable access to health care and a serious commitment to the environment were the issues brought forward by residents in the Provincial Election and these are some of the issues I will be advocating for as a Regional Councillor.”

Haley has been an active volunteer for the City of St. Catharines and the Region. Her contributions include: Board Member of Niagara Region Recycling, A Better Niagara; Chair of the Equity and Inclusion Advisory Committee and (COVID) Recovery Sub-Committee, Social Pillar Committee and Contributor to the Niagara Region’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion Action Plan.

For more information on Haley’s Campaign for Regional Council visit www.haleybateman.ca

(A Footnote from Doug Draper at Niagara At Large -If this good person doesn’t win a seat on Niagara Regional Council in this coming fall municipal elections, something is horribly wrong. If you are a voter in St. Catharines, VOTE FOR HER.)

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“A Politician Thinks Of The Next Election. A Leader Thinks Of The Next Generation.” – Bernie Sanders

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