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Mr. Brian Baty

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Municipal Member, Niagara Region

Phone: (519) ***-****  HQ Phone
Niagara Escarpment Commission
99 King Street East
Thornbury, Ontario N0H 2P0
Canada

Company Description: The Niagara Escarpment Commission (NEC) was established in June 1973 under the Niagara Escarpment Planning and Development Act. The Commission has 17 members...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Founding Chair
    Port Cares and Port Colborne/Wainfleet Healthy Lifestyles Coalition
  • Principal
    E. L. Crossley Secondary School
  • Chair
    Niagara Region

Board Memberships and Affiliations

19 Total References
Web References
Niagara Escarpment Commission - Members
www.escarpment.org, 7 Nov 2013 [cached]
Brian Baty Niagara Region Niagara Regional Councillor Brian Baty has served in major leadership roles in the Region and the Province through his profession as an educator. He was a founding member of OPC Ontario Principals' Council, served on the Provincial Executive, a Provincial Councillor for the Niagara Region. Brian served as an educator and administrator in eight of Niagara's 12 municipalities. He retired in June, 2003 as Principal of E. L. Crossley Secondary School in Pelham. He is the Founding Chair of Port Cares and Port Colborne/Wainfleet Healthy Lifestyles Coalition. He was named Honourary Citizen of Port Colborne in 1995.
ArtsVote Niagara | 2006 Candidates
www.artsvoteniagara.ca, 3 Dec 2013 [cached]
Brian Baty brian.baty@regional.niagara.on.ca
Niagara Councillor Profile
www.regional.niagara.on.ca, 22 July 2008 [cached]
Brian Baty
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Brian has served as an educator and administrator in eight of Niagara's 12 municipalities.He retired in June, 2003 as Principal of E. L. Crossley Secondary School in Pelham.
He is the Founding Chair of Port Cares and Port Colborne/Wainfleet Healthy Lifestyles Coalition.He was named Honourary Citizen of Port Colborne in 1995.
This is Councillor Baty's second term on Council.He currently serves as Co-Chair of the Public Health and Social Services Committee.He is also a member of the Planning and Public Works Committee.Councillor Baty is Vice-Chair of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority and Chair of the Regional Niagara Bicycling Committee.In addition, he serves on the Agricultural Committee, Agricultural Task Force, Niagara Hamilton-WastePlan Joint Working Group Committee, Waste Management Planning Steering Committee, and the Planning Review Committee.
Regional Councillor Baty can be reached by phone at 905-892-5317 or by email at brian.baty@regional.niagara.on.ca or batyregion@cogeco.net
Mortgage News - Affordable Housing Project Begins Construction
debbie.canequity.com, 14 Oct 2005 [cached]
The Honourable Walt Lastewka, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Works and Government Services, on behalf of the Honourable Joe Fontana, Minister of Labour and Housing, and the Honourable Jim Bradley, MPP for St. Catharine's, Ontario Minister Tourism, and Minister Responsible for Seniors, on behalf of Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing John Gerretsen, Acting Niagara Regional Chair Brian Baty and St. Catharines Councillor Sheila Morra, on behalf of Mayor Tim Rigby, attended the ceremony.
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"All levels of government have contributed to making this development possible with Niagara Region waiving its development charges for this purpose", said Mr. Baty, Acting Regional Chairman.
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Jim Bradley, Sheila Morra, Brian Baty, David Eke, Walt Lastewka, G. Accursi
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All levels of government working together to create affordable housing. (Left to right) Honourable Jim Bradley, Ontario Minister Tourism and Minister Responsible for Seniors, St. Catharines Councillor Sheila Morra, Acting Niagara regional Chair Brian Baty, David Eke, Chair, Board of Directors, Niagara Regional Housing, (above) the Honourable Walt Lastewka, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Works and Government Services, (below) Gary Accursi, owner and developer of MEIE Management, attach the first piece of drywall to the steel frame.
Launching Niagara's new immigrant portal ...
www.thegrimsbylincolnnews.com, 19 Nov 2008 [cached]
Launching Niagara's new immigrant portal website with a ceremonial click of a mouse at regional headquarters in Thorold Nov. 13 were, from left, Rene Aguilera, who emigrated from Mexico, Pelham regional councillor Brian Baty, Brian Hutchings, commissioner of community services for the region and Niagara Falls riding MPP Kim Craitor.
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Launching Niagara's new immigrant portal website with a ceremonial click of a mouse at regional headquarters in Thorold Nov. 13 were, from left, Rene Aguilera, who emigrated from Mexico, Pelham regional councillor Brian Baty, Brian Hutchings, commissioner of community services for the region and Niagara Falls riding MPP Kim Craitor.
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That's vital, said Pelham regional councillor Brian Baty, because it's expected Niagara will have a critical shortage of skilled workers within the next decade. Put simply, Niagarans and Canadians as whole aren't having enough babies to fill all the jobs that need filling, and Niagara is in fierce competition with other cities and regions in Ontario and Canada to lure immigrants.
"Many of the newcomers arriving in Niagara are very articulate, highly skilled and well-educated," Baty said at the launch of the portal at a ceremony at regional headquarters, where people dined on international dishes including spinach pie from Lebanon, hummus from Syria, baba ghanoosh from Armenia and stuffed grape leaves from Greece.
Niagara Falls riding MPP Kim Craitor said people started to clue into the fact about a decade ago that immigration will be key to Ontario's economy in the years to come. That's about the time he was director of the Niagara Falls Employment Help Centre, and he saw first-hand the impact that fragmented services for immigrants had on newcomers struggling to fit into a strange new culture.
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