Toller gets down to business

On Nov. 13, Jane Toller, Pontiac’s newly elected warden was officially sworn in at the MRC office in Campbell’s Bay. From left: MRC Director General Bernard Roy poses with Toller.

Caleb Nickerson
Nov. 13, 2017
On Monday morning, in front of family, supporters and staff, Jane Toller was sworn in as Pontiac’s first elected warden in the Elsie Gibbons room at the MRC office in Campbell’s Bay.
“It is my hope that we will all work together towards a more prosperous Pontiac,” she said. “I am very aware of the responsibility that has been given to me and embrace it, to serve the people of the Pontiac.”
She follows in the footsteps of her great-great-grandfather, George Bryson Sr., who represented the county in 1862, as well as the Pontiac’s first female warden, Elsie Gibbons, who was elected in 1959.


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