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Northern Ontario Party announces Sandy Holmberg as Sault candidate

Holmberg was born in the Sault, holds a business degree, runs a local farming store and is the mom of three
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Northern Ontario Party candidate Sandy Holmberg. photo submitted
The Northern Ontario Party would like to introduce our Sault Ste Marie candidate for June 7, 2018 provincial election, Sandy Holmberg.

Sandy Holmberg was born in Sault Ste Marie and resides in Echo Bay. This mother of three experiences many of the daily struggles that most Northern Ontario families experience every day. 

Sandy is a farmer and they run a 200 acre farm with a market garden where they attend the Mill Market downtown Sault Ste. Marie. They also provide pork to several local restaurants and donate leftovers to the soup kitchen and helping hands.

She has worked for the Sault Ste Marie innovation centre for the Rural Agri-innovation Network in the past and currently in management for a local farming store. 

Sandy’s business diploma with a concentration in accounting and a bachelor of arts in law makes her a candidate that is hardworking and determined strong candidate for the constituents of Sault Ste Marie riding to vote for. Did we mention she is also one of the Northern Ontario Party’s bilingual candidates?

Sandy Holmberg now joins the many candidates who aim at being a “Stronger Voice for Northern Ontario!” which include:

  • Tommy Lee - Algoma-Manitoulin Riding
  • Kenneth Jones - Kiiwetinoong
  • Jacques Oullette – Mushkegowuk-James Bay
  • Trevor Holliday – Nipissing Riding (Northern Ontario Party Leader)
  • Sandy Holmberg – Sault Ste. Marie
  • Andy Wolff – Thunder Bay – Superior North
  • Shawn Poirier - Timiskaming-Cochrane 
  • Gary Schaap – Timmins

Trevor Holliday
Northern Ontario Party Leader