Rod Finnie

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Rod Finnie is the past mayor of Erin, Ontario. He was first elected to the council of Erin in 1997, was chosen as the town’s deputy mayor later in the same year. He was elected as mayor of Erin in 2000, and was re-elected without opposition in 2003. Finnie was also elected to the council of Wellington County in 1997-98, and was returned in 2000, and has chaired the county’s administration, finance and personnel committee. In private life, he has operated a land surveying company since 1985.

In 2001, Finnie called for a five per cent levy on large bottled-water companies accessing local water supplies.Guelph Mercury, 17 December 2001.Kitchener-Waterloo Record, 17 June 2003.Guelph Mercury, 29 March 2004. Finnie opposed a greenbelt plan proposed by the provincial government of Dalton McGuinty in late 2004, arguing that half of his community would be classified as “protected” from development under the proposed legislation.Guelph Mercury, 20 October 2004.

Finnie ran for the Liberal Party of Canada in the 2006 federal election in the riding of Wellington—Halton Hills. He received 16,065 votes (29.17%) in the election, finishing second against Conservative incumbent Michael Chong. Finnie expressed his personal respect for Chong after the results were...
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