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she is nuts

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#1 Jul 7, 2013
Sarah Thomson

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#2 Jul 7, 2013
Sarah Thomson lobbying for Etobicoke council appointment

Former mayoral candidate Sarah Thomson, a downtown resident, says she wants to serve an Etobicoke ward to better understand its needs.

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Milczyn, a Liberal, said Thomson, also a Liberal, has offered to volunteer on his campaign. He said she “would not necessarily be the one of the first people who would come to mind for serving as a councillor for Ward 5.”

“As far as I know, she’s not from the ward. Or nearby,” Milczyn said.

One of Holyday’s staffers is former Etobicoke MPP Morley Kells. Holyday would not name his preferred replacement, but said the individual lives in his ward and is “recognized in Etobicoke

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