Council Candidate: Owen Dickie running in Oyama Ward

District of Lake Country: Dickie, Owen - running for council

Resident of Oyama for more than 25 years

Three children were educated at Oyama/George Elliot

Lake Country Scout Leader for 13 years

Operated a business in Oyama for more than 20 years that employed Lake Country Residents

Incumbent Councillor for Oyama Ward

Dickie says: “I strive to be accessible and keep the residents of Oyama informed on happenings throughout the District.”

Since elected:

  • Served on Agricultural Advisory Committee, Age and Access Friendly Committee, Lake Country Senior Housing Society and Chairperson of Tourism Development Commission.
  • Volunteered with Oyama Community Club
  • Assisted in organization and construction of Oyama Community Garden

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