Pictures of Leadership

Gary speaks in front of Queen's Park at '2nd Anniversary of Anarchy' rally

Gary helps residents bring attention to the lack of law and order in Caledonia at '2nd Anniversary of Anarchy' rally held at Queen's Park, April 20/08

Gary marches with residents of Caledonia just days prior to the provincial election at the 'Remember Us' March, Oct 08/07.

Gary marches with residents of Caledonia just days prior to the provincial election at the 'Remember Us' March, Oct 08/07 to demonstrate that peaceful protests can end injustice in Haldimand just as they did during the civil rights struggle in the U.S.

Haldimand Councillor Craig Grice spoke at Gary's rally to help save the job of Dave Hartless - Caledonia resident/Hamilton Police officer - after OPP Commissioner Fantino wanted to punish Dave for exercising his Charter right to speak out against OPP policies in Caledonia.

Haldimand Councillor Craig Grice spoke at Gary's rally to help save the job of Dave Hartless - Caledonia resident/Hamilton Police officer - after OPP Commissioner Fantino wanted to punish Dave for exercising his Charter right to speak out against OPP policies in Caledonia. Cayuga OPP building. March 03/07

Gary addresses crowd at townhall 'Legalized MYTHS' education event regarding

Gary addresses crowd at townhall presenation of lessons contained in the CANACE report: Legalized MYTHS of Illegal Occupations to inform residents about important issues such as 'Duty to Consult,' 'Colour of Right,' 'Police Discretion,' in the context of various Supreme Court rulings and legal opinions. Cayuga Lions Hall, July 21/08.

Gary poses with 14 year old Pam ('Dancer') in a Caledonia resident's home on March 11/07 after organizing a videotaping session of Pam reading from her 'Road of Hope' project. The video was included in the press kit given to media and party leaders following the Ipperwash Papers news conference in the Queen's Park Media Studio, March 14/07.

Gary poses with a very courageous 14 year old Pam ('Dancer') in a Caledonia resident's home on March 11/07 after organizing a videotaping session of Pam reading from her 'Road of Hope' project in which she talked about how she felt about living on the Sixth Line without police protection. The video was included in the press kit given to media and party leaders following the Ipperwash Papers news conference in the Queen's Park Media Studio, March 14/07. Pam would later speak in person at Queen's Park at Gary's 'FantinoGate' news conference, April 17/07 and again at the 'Remember Us' March in Caledonia, Oct 08/07 just before the provincial election.

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