Isaac Breadner - Ward 9
A long-time resident of the area I reside in Ward 9.
I was born in Lindsay and attended Leslie Frost, Jack Callaghan and I.E. Weldon in the French Immersion program before furthering my education with an Advertising and Communications diploma from Mohawk College and an honours degree in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario.
In 2006, I moved to Ottawa for the opportunity to work with former cabinet minister Jim Prentice as his executive assistant at both the Department of Industry and Environment Canada.
In 2010 I moved back to Kawartha Lakes to pursue a career in real estate which I continue today.
I am actively involved in the community and recently volunteered as Vice President of the City of Kawartha Lakes Humane Society Board of Directors and also sit on the provincial board of directors of the Ontario OSPCA.
Definition of Ward 9
Within Lindsay, all land north of Colborne St. W., west of Victoria Ave. N. In former Ops Township all land lying north of Dew Drop Inn Road and the Kent St West extension on the west side of Lindsay, west of the Scugog River.