Tim Rigby (politician)

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  1. Tim Rigby mayoral biography page, City of St. Catharines, accessed 18 September 2006.
  2. "Canadian rowers are blown away", Toronto Star, 22 September 1988, A3 and Bill Dunphy, "Fort Erie, St. Catharines have new men in charge", Hamilton Spectator, 11 November 1997, B9.
  3. Brude Huff, "Runners get last chance for a record", Toronto Star, 6 November 1996, B11.
  4. Madhavi Acharya-Tom Yew, "Garden City outgrows its heavy-industry past", Toronto Star, 6 April 2002, E09.
  5. Steve Arnold, "Mayors plead for aid to auto industry", Hamilton Spectator, 13 November 2002, D07.
  6. Kate Harries, "Di Ianni prevails in Hamilton, defeats former NDP minister", Toronto Star, 11 November 2003, A08.
  7. Dave Kewley, "Two utilities in name search for 'MergeCo'", Hamilton Spectator, 17 January 2005, A04.
  8. Paul Legall, "Cross-lake ferry service floated again", Hamilton Spectator, 6 February 2006, A02; Christopher Hume, "Waterfront lessons from down the QEW", Toronto Star, 10 April 2006.
  9. Matt Kruchak, "Controversial lakeside condo OK'd", Hamilton Spectator, 29 June 2006, A4.
  10. City selects Rigby to fill Region council seat [ permanent dead link ]
Tim Rigby
Mayor of St. Catharines, Ontario
In office

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