ELECT

NORM SANDBERG

For MAYOR of Collingwood, Ontario

EXPERIENCE • integrity • PASSION

ELECT

NORM SANDBERG

For MAYOR of Collingwood, Ontario

EXPERIENCE • INTEGRITY • PASSION

WHO IS NORM?

Jan and I have lived in Collingwood for the entire 40 years of our marriage. Having raised our children here, we are blessed with them being able to live, work and raise our grandchildren here. I am committed to working towards the same opportunities for all Collingwood residents.

Doing what’s best for Collingwood and your families is my priority!

 

election – October 24, 2022

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PRIORITIES

Affordable Housing • Responsible Reasonable Taxation • Prosperous Local Economy • Grain Terminals • General and Marine Hospital

As your mayor I will set an example for mutual respect, trust, good communication, understanding and honesty.

PRIORITIES

  • Affordable Housing
  • Responsible Reasonable Taxation
  • Prosperous Local Economy
  • Grain Terminals
  • General and Marine Hospital

As your mayor I will set an example for mutual respect, trust, good communication, understanding and honesty.

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Tel: 705-445-8384

Email: norm@MayorNorm.ca

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Tel: 705-445-8384

Email: norm@MayorNorm.ca

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We acknowledge that we are on Turtle Island in the Traditional Territory of, the Anishnaabek, Haudenosaunee, Ojibwe and others. We also acknowledge the Lake Simcoe – Nottawasaga Treaty of 1818.
As settlers, we are grateful for the opportunity to be here and thank the generations of people who have taken care of this land for millennia. We also recognize the contributions of Metis, Inuit and other Indigenous peoples have made in shaping and strengthening our community, Ontario and Canada.

As we all share this land today, let us all remember and take inspiration from the spirit and teachings of the Indigenous wampum of “The Dish With One Spoon”, a thousand-year-old treaty of sharing between Nations.

As settlers, this recognition of the contributions and historic importance of Indigenous peoples must also be clearly reflected in our collective commitment to make the promises and challenges of Truth and Reconciliation real in our communities, in particular, to bring justice for the murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls across Canada.

Photo credit: Dave West Photography

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