Anti-Harper display goes up across from Lois Brown campaign headquarters in Newmarket - 2015-10-17

From UmbraXenu
Jump to: navigation, search
F0.png Anti-Harper display goes up across from Lois Brown campaign headquarters in Newmarket October 17, 2015, Chris Simon, Newmarket Era

Victor Pierrynowski is fed up with the Conservative government and he wants everyone to know it.

Living directly across the street from Newmarket-Aurora incumbent Conservative MP Lois Brown's Leslie Street campaign office has at least one perk for the resident — Pierrynowski gets to voice his displeasure for Brown's boss, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, in the most colourful way possible. The retired Bombardier employee, who unabashedly supports his union, UNIFOR, has decorated the front of his property with orange, red and green anti-Harper signs.

"We need a change," he said, wearing a red UNIFOR hat, t-shirt and baseball jersey Friday afternoon as a heavy rain fell. "I support my UNIFOR union. People like Lois — I know that. I like Lois, too. But I'm voting for the party."

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Chris | last = Simon | title = Anti-Harper display goes up across from Lois Brown campaign headquarters in Newmarket | url = https://www.thespec.com/news-story/5964823-anti-harper-display-goes-up-across-from-lois-brown-campaign-headquarters-in-newmarket/ | work = Newmarket Era | date = October 17, 2015 | accessdate = September 21, 2019 }}