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Healthcare, business support, regional development top of mind for Thunder Bay-Superior North voters – CBC

May 24, 2022

With no incumbent in the race, voters will choose a new representative on June 2

The winds of change are certainly coming to the north shore of Lake Superior.

For the first time in 42 years, Thunder Bay-Superior North voters won’t have an option to re-elect their incumbent MPP when they enter the voting booth on June 2. Only weeks before the election, long-standing Liberal Michael Gravelle announced he wouldn’t be running for health reasons. Gravelle has represented the riding since 1995.

  • Ontario Votes 2022 Long-serving Thunder Bay MPP Michael Gravelle not seeking re-election

Thunder Bay holds the lion’s share of the votes in the riding that also includes rural communities, resource-dependent small municipalities, and First Nations.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/thunder-bay-superior-north-election-1.6461541

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