Wesley Ramage Files in McIntyre Ward

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Wesley Ramage files at Thunder Bay City Hall
Wesley Ramage files at Thunder Bay City Hall

Wesley Ramage files at Thunder Bay City Hall
Wesley Ramage files at Thunder Bay City Hall

THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – It is a race in McIntyre Ward. Logan Ollivier has been knocking on doors and working through his campaign. Now, Wesley Ramage has declared he is seeking the seat as well. Incumbent Trevor Giertuga has not declared his intentions yet.

Ramage is a lifelong resident of Thunder Bay and it is his desire to represent the residents of the McIntyre Ward. He is a family man with a wife and two young children. He has established himself in the ward by constructing a home in the rural area of McIntyre. Wesley will help make Thunder Bay a safe, sustainable and prosperous community where his and others children will want to live and have the employment opportunities to do so. He describes himself as a leader that is accessible to all and would govern with integrity and transparency. He’s not afraid to challenge city officials when their actions aren’t in the best interests of the people.

Wesley has been teaching locally with the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board for over 6 years and has also been a proud serving member of the Canadian Forces Army Reserves for over 12 years. Upon graduating Lakehead University he experienced first-hand the difficulties in gaining employment in the field he studied. The years of searching for work is an experience that has stuck with him and fueled his ambition to be a catalyst of change for Thunder Bay.

Outside of Wesley’s employment he has voluntarily dedicated himself to many causes and committees. He is actively involved with his local OECTA unit; sitting on various committees including the Occasional Teachers committee where he was has been elected. Wesley is also heavily involved with his faith and the Knights of Columbus, where he is a 4th degree member in good standing. He has also been elected to various officer positions within his council and currently sits as the Chancellor of Council #9295. He also sits on the NWOAME (Northwestern Ontario Association for Mathematics Education) Executive. His duties there include the regional Math Olympics and performing the duties of the treasurer, an elected officer.

Wesley looks forward to representing the constituents of the McIntyre Ward and would be happy to hear any of your questions, concerns, comments or ideas. Please don’t hesitate to contact him at (807)633-2577 or at wesleyramage@tbaytel.net.