Garry Bruce

Longtime resident and business owner Garry Bruce running for Duncan city council

I have been a resident in the City of Duncan for more than 60 years

Garry Bruce is running for a seat on Duncan city council.

I have been a resident in the City of Duncan for more than 60 years (hard to believe). My whole adult life I have paid taxes to the city, both residentially and from my business. I was the owner and operator of Bruce’s Grocery at 550 Cairnsmore St. for more than 30 years, and before me, my dad, Preston Bruce ran the business.

I am concerned that Duncan will be challenged financially in the near future with infrastructure needing renewal and also the likely aspect of Duncan having to pay for our complete RCMP costs as we grow to over 5,000 residents.

I would like to offer a common sense voice to our city on council.

I will make myself available to hear ideas and concerns from all our residents.

I love living in the City of Duncan. I want to keep our taxes down so that we can all afford to live here.

Vote Garry Bruce.

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