38 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
Regional Councillor – St. Catharines
THANK YOU to all of my supporters. YOUR VOTE mattered! I am extremely grateful for the many kindnesses extended that resulted in my re-election.
Thank you for help with delivering pamphlets, for allowing space on your lawn (or fence) for signs, for kind words and for sharing my message, and for your encouragement.
I look forward to working with the new council. A council we can once again feel proud of. A council that will make the right decisions for all Niagara residents.
If Community Matters… Vote for Brian Heit
Let’s move forward and achieve a more prosperous future for our Region.
A respected business person in the community for over 40 years, a life-long St. Catharines resident and Brock graduate, Brian is committed to keeping Niagara Region as a great place to live, work, play and prosper.
For The Record
Brian said YES:
✓ to an Audit of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
✓ to integrated Regional transit system in Niagara
✓ to the expansion of GO Train Commuter Service for Niagara
Brian said NO:
X to the selection of the current CAO
X to extended remuneration for a sanctioned councillor
X to increasing councillor pay post election
38 Reasons to Vote Brian Heit
- is proud of his record of accountability
- makes fiscal responsibility a top priority
- advocates consistently for open, fair and transparent government
- is a vigilant watchdog, putting Regional issues under the microscope
- is an independent thinker not affiliated with any political party
on St. Catharines City Council.
as Deputy Mayor
Honesty & Integrity
Matters… Vote for
Have any questions? I might have already answered them.
St. Catharines Regional Councillors Who Have Stood Tall For Their Constituents In The Face Of Caslin’s Cabal
When we received the good news this August 30th that the Ontario Ombudsman has agreed to come in and investigate serious questions around the hiring of Niagara Region’s CAO Carmen D’Angelo, two regional councillors that had a great deal to do with getting us to that good moment were not available for comment when we posted our first story on this news.
Those two councillors, both representing St. Catharines on the Region’s council, are Kelly Edgar and Brian Heit, and here are their responses to that news now, starting with one from Kelly Edgar –
Hi, I’m Brian
Married to Marcy for over 40 years with daughters, Alexis & Kallie, son-in-law Greg and grandson Hudson. 15 Years on St. Catharines City Council sitting on all Major Committees including 5 years as Deputy Mayor. Graduate of Brock University with over 40 years of Business Experience. Retiered as a former General Manager of Talk Wireless a wireless communications provider in Niagara.