Greg Morrow is the PC Candidate in Guysborough-Tracadie for the next provincial election.
Morrow was elected today at a virtual nomination meeting where 491 PC members voted. That’s about seven times the number of people who voted in the Liberal leadership race.
Morrow has worked in the radio industry for more than 23 years, telling the stories of people in his community. He has seen first-hand the impact the healthcare crisis has had on people and how the lack of economic opportunities has driven people away.
“I’m proud to be joining Tim Houston’s PC Team, which is putting forward real solutions to our healthcare crisis,” says Morrow. “Tim is a leader who does more than criticize the government. He has offered common-sense ideas about what should be done every step of the way, and I’m excited to help bring those plans forward.”
Morrow is an avid supporter and promoter of community events, sports and fundraisers. He coached women’s minor hockey for the past seven seasons, along with coaching school sports.
He has moderated candidates’ debates for elections at all three levels of government and was on the organizing committee when the Stanley Cup came to the area in 2010.
“Greg cares deeply about his community and he has a real understanding of the needs of the people of Guysborough-Tracadie,” says PC Leader Tim Houston. “I welcome Greg to our PC team and look forward to working with him as we deliver dignity for seniors, universal mental health care, and better access to primary care for Nova Scotians.”
A graduate of Dalhousie University and the University of King’s College, Morrow lives in Tracadie with his wife Suzanne, their two daughters Kate and Lucy, and their dog Hanna.