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About Jamie

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Jamie is a longtime Hudsonite who loves his town. He'll work hard to get the town where we want it to be. Jamie has the experience to get the job done. He's dedicated and proven.

Jamie was raised and educated in Hudson. Growing up in Hudson gave him a firm foundation in life. From St-James nursery school through to École primaire St-Thomas and Hudson High (now Westwood senior), Jamie was mentored by strong community figures.

Serving four years in Canada's 41st parliament as the member from Vaudreuil-Soulanges, Jamie was chosen to serve as the First Vice-Chair for the Standing committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, the federal portfolio that deals with municipal issues.In this role he helped to set a national agenda to improve transit, shift to more innovative practices and solve Canada's infrastructure deficit.

Jamie has a Master's in Landscape Architecture from the University of British Columbia's School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Jamie was mentored by Canada's top leaders in sustainable planning.

Jamie has the experience and leadership skills to get Hudson where it needs to go.

We want to hear from you. Join Jamie's campaign to make a better Hudson.

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  • commented 2017-10-18 23:48:26 -0400
    Unfortunately, Jonathan, some people have been throwing the signs that are on my supporters lawns (particularly on Main Rd.) into adjacent woods.
  • commented 2017-10-15 16:17:01 -0400
    Someone removed your campaign sign from my property
    340 main rd
  • followed this page 2017-10-09 13:44:09 -0400
  • commented 2017-08-06 12:45:32 -0400
    Thanks for your support, Eva!
  • commented 2017-08-05 11:04:40 -0400
    Thank you for throwing your hat in the ring! Its a tough job – but your background and history leaves me feeling very hopeful and optimistic for Hudson’s future. Go Jamie Go!