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Meet Candidate for Ward 2 Councillor: Bryan Robinson

Bryan Robinson has been a Halton Hills resident for over forty-two years and has resided in Glen Williams for most of his life, where he raised five children. Robinson has owned his own business for over thirty years and is currently working in real estate. Robinson enlisted himself into the Councillor race on August 2nd and hopes to be elected. Robinson joined Acton UP in an interview where we discussed his campaign and his goals for the future of Halton. Robinson shares, “I have always had a desire and passion to serve my community on many different platforms.”

From 2016 to 2022 Robinson served in the Halton Hills Fire Dept as a volunteer firefighter and a member of a technical rescue team. Now, Robinson serves as an active board member for the Glen Williams Town Hall Committee. Robinson shares, “I was co-chair of the 2022 Canada Day in the Glen Committee which organized a fun and successful day for our community, and from 2015 to 2016 I served our community as a volunteer Georgetown Breadbasket.”

Robinson has also been a part of many other local fundraisers, such as Party for Parker, Georgetown's Walk for ALS, Addison's Wish Foundation, and the Walk for the Georgetown Hospital. Robinson comments, “I am confident my years of service in this community and experience in the business have provided me with the right tools to effectively handle many of the complex issues our community is currently facing today and in the future.”

Robinson is focused on challenging numerous amounts of things if he is elected to be a part of the council. Speed limits and speed controls are extremely important to Robinson, he comments,

“The safety of our community is an immediate concern within our Ward. Some small measures have been implemented, however more pressure on law enforcement and additional speed control systems are necessary for our community to remain safe today and in the future.” Traffic and heavy truck volume is also a factor Robinson wants to change,

“Traffic volume has increased drastically in the smaller communities of Ward 2, with an example being Glen Williams. Many commuters are using the side streets to avoid the main highways. The increased volume is a safety concern for all residents.”

Secondary plans to protect the unique historical and environmental areas within Halton Hills,

“As your Councillor, I will do everything in my power to ensure there is full transparency between the developers, town, and community. With the right leader and plan in place together we can continue to grow without sacrificing our unique community.”

Parking solutions for Glen Williams, senior support, and garbage and recycling pick-up are subjects Robinson wants to challenge if elected Councillor. Robinson’s passion is to serve his community and make a positive change as Councillor for Ward 2. Robinson concludes with,

“Our community is facing significant growth in the next decade. It is a critical time for our community to have a leader who understands the complexity of our Ward, and the ability to protect the historical and environmental areas. My passion for my community and high level of integrity will allow me to be an effective leader for Ward 2. It is my promise, when elected to take the time to listen, understand, and support our communities needs.”

More information regarding Bryan Robinson’s campaign can be found on his website,


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