About our Association
Thunder Bay-Rainy River is a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 2004. It first elected a member in the 2006 Canadian federal election.
It was created in 2003 from parts of Kenora-Rainy River and Thunder Bay-Atikokan ridings.
Conservative Candidate for the Riding of Thunder Bay Rainy River
Through her municipal advocacy days in Ottawa, she knows that it is NOW critical for Canadians to vote for ethical and fiscal leadership – the Andrew Scheer Conservative Team. Linda offers her time, energy and ability to work federally for solutions locally.
She looks forward to meeting with residents throughout the Thunder Bay-Rainy River riding. Linda was born in Fort Frances, spent part of her childhood in Atikokan and has lived in the Thunder Bay Area, urban and rural, as a teenager and adult. Her experiences as a city councillor, school trustee, chiropractor, dairy farmer, community activist, business owner, school teacher, church leader, wife and mother, help her to relate to people from various backgrounds.
Individuals and groups are welcome to invite Linda to chat with them now, and hopefully after the election, as the new MP for Thunder Bay-Rainy River!
Contact: (807) 633-6671 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Previous Candidates of Record|
|Maureen Comuzzi-Stehmann||2015, 2011|
|David Leskowski||2006, 2004|
Since the amalgamation of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada with the Canadian Alliance Party in 2004.
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For full details of the event please see Blue is Best in 2019! Fundraiser link.
Linda Rydholm has been nominated as the Conservative Candidate for the riding of Thunder Bay-Rainy River. During her years of service on City Council, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and the School Board, Linda noticed that it would have been helpful to have an elected Conservative representative from this area – whether the Conservatives formed…
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