THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Atikokan Progressive Conservatives now have their candidate.
Brandon Postuma will be acclaimed the PC candidate at a nomination meeting for the Progressive Conservative candidate for the Provincial election June 7th, that will take place this Thursday starting at 6:00 pm at the Da Vinci Centre 345 South Waterloo St., Thunder Bay.
This formerly contested nomination has changed from a race between two contestants Moe Comuzzi and Brandon Postuma, with Comuzzi dropping out of the race over the Easter weekend.
This left the race uncontested and means Postuma will be acclaimed.
Members are welcome to attend the meeting staring at 6:00pm to hear the Riding’s plans for the upcoming campaign.
Brandon is thrity-one-years old and is married to his wife Natalie. They have three children Bentley, Aubrey, and baby Charlotte.
Brandon runs the Kakabeka Depot which provides farm, garden and veterinary supplies to local farmers. He was instrumental in attracting a pharmacy and clinic that serves Kakabeka and surrounding area. Brandon holds an Honors degree from Ottawa University and an undergraduate degree from Lakehead University.
“Natalie and I are raising our children on a small farm in Conmee Township. Farm life is teaching our children the hard work and great rewards through the raising of our horses, chickens, pigs, and a donkey Benji. “
Brandon is a member of the PC Party Agriculture Policy Development Board with MPP Toby Barrett, member of the economic development committee for Oliver-Paipoonge, was instrumental in the Kakabeka Village revitalization, The Kakabeka Depot, The Horse Hut, IDA Pharmacy and Clinic, The Eddy Restaurant and other community programs and events.