Christina Early Area Councillor Candidate for Ward 2 (Town of Caledon)

Christina Early Area Councillor Candidate for Ward 2 (Town of Caledon)How long have you been a Caledon Resident?

Caledon resident since 1996.

What would you change and/or improve in Caledon? 

Given my candidacy for Ward 2, I would immediately look to try and improve the conditions of the roads in Ward 2 ….the pot holes are problematic and have become dangerous with drivers trying to navigate around them. This is a costly fix and requires total resurfacing, as the patch work does not appear to be working.

If you were to receive a million dollar grant for the Town of Caledon, what would you do with it and why?

Given the aging population, The Health Care system weighs heavily on my mind; specifically given the overflow with our hospitals most notably Brampton. With growth planned on the west side of Caledon, the thought of some sort of a state of the art  ….non-urgent healthcare facility will be required in the future. I suggest that the million could start the discussions and the development of the white papers to determine cost and feasibility for the future. 

What is your favourite place in Caledon and why?

I love to walk so I spend a lot of time on the Trails, but my most favourite place is walking the farm fields with our dog … the walk and land really provides tremendous peace after a busy day.


Christina has lived in Caledon since 1996, moving from the rural Ottawa area. She and her husband Glen, have 2 daughters,  both of whom grew up and went to school here in Caledon. The Early family immigrated to the Caledon area in the 1840’s, establishing Earlvale Farms in 1929 on Airport Road.

Christina attended Ryerson University and her managerial and leadership skills have been ably demonstrated in various and increasingly senior positions at some of Canada’s most notable companies: Shoppers Drug Mart, Grand and Toy, and Pharmasave, where she is the Executive Director, Operations and Brand Services for this member owned and governed retail drugstore cooperative of over 325 community-based pharmacies.

Christina is an engaged and proud member of the Caledon community and has demonstrated her commitment to her  community over these past 20+ years including as the Co-chair of the Macville Parent Council, and as a member on the Herb Campbell Parent Council. She has also been involved in her children’s, Jessica and Sara’s, extracurricular activities including hockey, 4-H, and soccer.



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