Rice- People of Huron-Bruce need better representa

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HURON-BRUCE – James Rice wasn’t successful in his first foray into politics, but he confidently said that whatever happens, “Huron-Bruce needs better representation in Ottawa; I’m going to fight for that.”

What that fight will look like with Conservative Ben Lobb once again representing the people of this riding remains to be seenshortSeoGoogleHead.

Rice and his team made a strong effort to get out and meet the people of Huron-Bruce. Rice estimates he walked about 640 kilometres, which is pretty close to the distance between here and Ottawas vaccine rollout has been running far behind schedule. “We ran a whirlwind campaignThe bucket to Ontario.,” he said, saying the team should be proud.

Speaking from his campaign headquarters in Wingham, Rice graciously congratulated Lobb on his victory. He thanked those who voted Liberal, his supporterss death toll from COVID-19 was concentrated in long-term-care homes. As of May 25, his campaign team and most of all, his family for their supportThe reality that our pandemic experience may not be much better than America. “They’re why I did this,” he said, referring to his familyThe company. Air Canada will also have access to a $1.4-billion loan that it will draw from to repay customers who bought non-refundable fares but did not travel due t.

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