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Marc Laferriere is passionate about building strong, resilient communities. With over a decade of experience as a professor, small business owner and social worker, Marc is ready to deliver concrete results for us in Parliament.

As co-owner of the Brant Advocate, a multi-media brand successful in print, digital and television, Marc provides a platform for our community’s stories and perspectives. He is also a professor of Justice Studies at Mohawk College and previously worked in the Department of Social Work at Laurier Brantford and on the frontline of our community at the Grand River Community Health Centre.

Marc is renowned for his innovative approach to civic engagement. He co-founded the Brantford Community Garden Project, the Brantford Youth Leadership Conference and the Brant United Way’s GenNext Committee. He has also served as national director for Canada Without Poverty, working alongside former Prime Minister Joe Clark and former NDP Leader Ed Broadbent.

Marc is also a proud member of the Brantford-Brant Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club of Brantford-Sunrise. He was also a member of the steering committee for the City of Brantford and County of Brant’s Housing Stability Plan.

Local citizens and organizations have regularly recognized Marc’s contributions. The YMCA awarded him a Peace Medal in 2012. Samara named him Brant’s “Everyday Political Citizen of the Year” in 2013. In the same year he was named a Workforce Planning Board of Grand Erie “Education Champion.” And he is a multiple recipient of the Brant NewsReader’s Choice Platinum Award for “Best Local Politician.”

Born in Brantford and raised in Eagle Place, Marc now lives in the County of Brant with his wife Rebekah. He holds a B.A from the University of Ottawa, as well as Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Social Work from Lakehead University.

See more about Marc’s lengthy record of community and national service here: http://brantmarc.tumblr.com

Follow Marc on Facebook at www.facebook.com/brantmarc

Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath will be on hand as we nominate Alex Felsky to be the Brantford-Brant NDP candidate for the upcoming provincial election. Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

ONDP Candidate Nomination Meeting With Guest Andrea Horwath

October 4, 2017, 6:30pm - October 4, 2017, 9:30pm

The Brantford-Brant NDP Electoral District Association is pleased to announce that we will be holding our provincial candidate nomination meeting Wednesday October 4th, 2017 at Brantford Best Western (19 Holiday Dr.) in the Gretzky Room. We would love it if you could join us and many others, including special guest Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath, to help determine who will be our party’s candidate in the upcoming provincial election. Only party members in good standing residing within the boundaries of the Brantford-Brant riding can vote at the nomination meeting but all are welcome to come and show their support for the party and our new candidate. Look forward to seeing you there!

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Great local endorsement for Charlie Angus NDP - NPD from Alex Felsky. Love the local support for Charlie! #GotYourBack ... See MoreSee Less

"[Charlie] understands that leadership is about empowering others." Alex Felsky, Grand Erie District School Board Trustee #gotyourback www.charlieangusndp.ca

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Awesome photo of Charlie Angus NDP - NPD and Alex Felsky at a recent Hamilton Tiger-Cats game. #TeamAngus all the way in Brantford-Brant! ... See MoreSee Less

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We can't be in #HamOnt for the #NDP Leadership Showcase because of the sickbug running through our house.

BUT one of Ellie's goodnight songs every night is Diamonds In the Snow by Charlie Angus NDP - NPD.

She's started to sing the end bits of the lines. She can't sing it at the showcase but she can shoot a little message of support out to our favourite candidate.

#GoCharlieGo #gotyourback I want to tell my kid that the next PM's guitar once rode in her car seat on a visit to Brantford :)
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