The Ontario PC Party is pleased to announce that Randy Hazlett has been acclaimed as our candidate for the riding of Nickel Belt for the next provincial election.
“I am honoured to be nominated as the Ontario PC Party candidate for Nickel Belt in the next provincial election, under the strong leadership of Premier Doug Ford,” said Hazlett. “I’m ready to take my passion for public service to Queens Park and bring forth positive change for my community. As a candidate in Northern Ontario, I know firsthand that our community has unique needs that require unique solutions. I look forward to hearing from fellow residents in the riding to better understand their priorities looking ahead to the next provincial election.”
Hazlett has served on the French River Municipal Council for the past three years. Thanks in part to this role, he is well-versed in and understands the issues that matter to the region and its residents, including the importance of creating jobs, fostering long-term economic growth, and supporting businesses. He is also a board member of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario.
“I would like to congratulate Randy Hazlett on being nominated as our candidate for Nickel Belt in the next election,” said Brian Patterson, President of the Ontario PC Party. “His skillset and passion for giving back to his community will make him a great representative for the riding. Welcome to the Ontario PC Party team.”
Additionally, Hazlett is a member of several associations, boards, and committees, including the Public Health Sudbury & Districts Board of Health, the Sudbury East Municipal Association, and the Economic Development Committee. He is also the director of membership for the French River Lions Club.