Marie Trainer

Marie Trainer, born circa 1946 (Nolan 1991), is the outgoing mayor of Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada after having been defeated on October, 25th 2010 by Mayor Elect Ken Hewitt. Hewitt finished with 6,984 votes, Trainer 5,748 and third place finisher Buck Sloat with 2,929 in unofficial final results. She took office after defeating the incumbent, Lorraine Bergstrand in the Ontario municipal elections, 2003. The residents of Haldimand County re-elected Marie Trainer as mayor in the Ontario municipal elections, 2006. Trainer received national attention after making controversial comments while being interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation during the Caledonia land dispute.

Read more about Marie TrainerEducation and Early Career, 2003 Election Campaign, 2003–2006 Term in Office

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Marie Trainer - 2003–2006 Term in Office - Controversial Role in The Caledonia Land Dispute - Prejudicial Comments Regarding Power Outage
... On May 23, 2006, Trainer told a reporter for the Hamilton Spectator that "I've had a lot of calls from people worried about how it happened," and that " are very, very upset" (Choi 2006) ... The Brantford Expositor (2006) reported that "Trainer says natives vandalized a hydro transformer that blacked out power in Caledonia, Simcoe, Waterford ... Trainer has no hard evidence Friday to back up her claim that natives set fire to the transformer." The Brantford Expositor (2006) offered the opinion that "Trainer ...

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