Rosemary Ganley The Peterborough Examiner September 27, 2018
If Stephen Wright, candidate for Northcrest Ward in the city election of Oct. 22, knocks on your door and you mistake him for Olympic gold medal sprinter Donovan Bailey, that's understandable.
Both have Jamaican roots and the likeness is uncanny, though Stephen's roots go back some generations. His grandparents came first to New Brunswick and then to Manitoba. He grew up in Calgary and earned a degree in political science at the University of Manitoba.
What he brings to the table, in his second bid for a Northcrest seat, are 15 years in the city, and long experience in the field of taxation, which would be a very helpful quality for the financial fate of citizens and taxpayers.
Full disclosure of my bias here. I lived and thrived in Jamaica for three years and came to treasure the literature, the music, the cuisine, the sports, the sense of humour and the gregariousness. Continue Reading >Here<
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