Glenn Littlejohn, PC Candidate in Port de Grave

Roots mean a great deal to people living “around the bay.” When it comes to politics, it means supporting the person you believe will do the best job of promoting the area where you live. In the upcoming provincial election, I am supporting Glenn Littlejohn in our home district of Port de Grave.

Although I am not a conservative, I am supporting Glenn because he will do the best job of representing the district. He is devoted to his own family and works every day with youth of the province. He has a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education from Memorial University, and is Recreation and Sport Consultant within the Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation. Glenn takes an active part in church life and is a member of the Central United Male Choir.

He is, of course, Mayor of Bay Roberts, but he has been involved in many activities on a regional, provincial and national level. He has an extensive background as a volunteer. He sits on the board of the Trinity, Conception, Placentia Health Foundation and is a founding and active member of the Trinity Conception Relay for Life.

He is also a member of the Canada Games Council Sport Committee. He is actively involved in the Bay Roberts Minor Softball program and the Bay Arena Referee’s Association. He is a long time hockey and softball coach and has coached successfully at national, provincial and local levels. Glenn was inducted into the Softball Newfoundland and Labrador Hall of Fame in 2008.

He will make an excellent MHA.

Running to Keep Fit
The Klondyke Rush – Running to Keep Fit
Glenn Littlejohn (back right), with wife, Leanne, members of the Bay Roberts Recreation Committee, and his children


Filed under Baccalieu Trail, Bay Roberts, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northern Avalon

2 responses to “Glenn Littlejohn, PC Candidate in Port de Grave

  1. S. Warford

    There is a lot more to the Port De Grave District than the Town of Bay Roberts. We want someone who will represent the entire district not just the municipality of Bay Roberts. The towns of Spaniard’s Bay, Upper Island Cove, Clarkes Beach, Makinsons, North River, Port De Grave and Bishop’s Cove, need someone who is going to stand up for them as well and not just look out for Bay Roberts.

    • Absolutely correct. Through his job in recreation and his personal interest in sports, Glenn has worked with residents and coached young people from all over the area, including Spaniard’s Bay, Upper Island Cove, Clarkes Beach, Makinsons, North River, Port De Grave and Bishop’s Cove. He has also represented the region and the province at provincial and national events. I am supporting him because he will certainly represent the whole region and will be an excellent spokesperson for this region provincially and nationally.

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