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Brendan Moher seeks Liberal nomination

Brendan Moher’s family roots in the area date back over five generations to 1832 when his family settled in Douro Township.

He grew up with the people of this community in Thomas A. Stewart’s old homestead on Armour Road in East City.

Brendan attended Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School and Trent University. While pursuing his postgraduate university degrees and early career activities Brendan lived in Vancouver, Windsor, Toronto and London, England.

He continues to practice law in Peterborough where he established his practice in 1991.

Brendan and Janet Moher have three children now in University and College in Toronto and Peterborough. Brendan holds a Black Belt in Karate.

For over 20 years Brendan has committed himself to giving back to the Peterborough area community through his involvement with numerous organizations dealing with disability, seniors, business, education, and cultural issues.

Past involvements include:

• Elected and Re-Elected as Trustee (6 years) on PVNC Catholic District School Board;

• President (3 years), Peterborough Provincial Liberal Riding Association;

• Director on Board of Trent University Foundation;

• Volunteer Legal Counsel for the 2006 International Plowing Match and member of the Marketing and Promotion Committee;

• Director on Board of Community Care Peterborough;

• Member of Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce Membership Recruitment Committee;

• Chair of local Canada Pension Plan Disability Pension Review Tribunal;

• Legal Counsel for Habitat for Humanity Peterborough & District;

• Director on Board of Homegrown Homes;

• Director on Board of Artspace Artist Collective;

• Director on Board of Peterborough Canadian Irish Club; and

• Member of Peterborough Rotary Club.

Current involvements include:

• Currently serving as Trustee of Sacred Heart College.

Brendan Moher - Biography

His qualifications and experience include

• Bachelor of Arts (Trent University);

• Bachelor of Law (University of Windsor);

• Master of Law (London School of Economics and Political Science – England);

• Qualified to teach International Business Transactions, International Finance, the Legal Control of Multinational Corporations, and the International Law of Natural Resources;

• Completed course in Alternative Energy Technology at Fleming College covering solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, biomass, hydrogen and tidal energy generation technologies;

• Served as Legal Counsel for the Toronto Artist’s Legal Advice Service;

• Guest lecturer at Trent University on the Ethical Issues of Corporate Governance and the Ethics of Corporate Advertising; and

• Former Broadcast Journalist for CKLG Radio in Vancouver, GLOBAL Television in Toronto, and for WOLF/KRUZ Radio stations in Peterborough.

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