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Dorian Baxter

Toronto-Danforth candidates attempt to sway voters...

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... ahead of by-election


Toronto-Danforth is one of the most widely known federal ridings in the nation, which is due in part to former New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton.  Due to his death, a federal by-election was called and now 11 candidates are vying for his seat.

A wide range of candidates threw their names into the hat for the upcoming Toronto-Danforth by-election.  From mainstream candidates in the big four parties – Liberal, Conservative, New Democratic and Green – to relatively unknown candidates in the minor political groups, such as the Progressive Canadian Party, United Party, Maple Party and Libertarian Party.


Who are the candidates?  Let’s get a chance to meet them.

Dorian Baxter | Progressive Canadian Party

Sporting a large cross around his neck and a priest’s white collar, Dorian Baxter represents the Progressive Canadian Party and states, with his commanding voice, that he belongs to the party of Sir John A. Macdonald and not Stephen Harper.

Baxter is consecrated as the Archbishop of the Federation of Independent Anglican Churches of North America and is quite the educated man with a Masters and a B.A. and has garnered principal qualifications for Ontario.  He joked that withall of his credentials and qualifications he should be 120 years old.



by Andrew Moran


Source: examiner.com

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