MPP Jim Brownell’s Family Picnic – Sunday August 22, 2010 in Ault Park – The Lost Villages Museum 1-4 PM

Cornwall ON – It’s that time again for MPP Jim Brownell’s Annual Family Picnic – Sunday August 22, 2010 at the Lost Villages Museum on County Road 2 (Ault Park) from 1-4 PM!

There will be a BBQ, entertainment and music. Fun for the entire family – all ages.

All are welcome and it should be a great day in Ault Park!

Jim Brownell was elected to the Ontario legislature in 2003 and re-elected in 2007. Currently serving as the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Consumer Services, Brownell has also served as Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care and to the Minister or Tourism.

For more information about MPP Jim Brownell you can visit his website by clicking any of the images!


  1. watch all the old farts and retired teachers there in supprot of the man having done nothing for eastern Ontario save for some private member bills.

    Private member bills that would serve not the constituents but people having long since died. The people who fought and worked for a better tomorrow. One that Jim and his boss seem to have taken for granted and abused their gift.

  2. Why such a misery, smee? And why is your evidence so threadbare?

  3. Well, I’m not an old fart (at least as far as I know. Exactly what age does one have to be to be considered old? My children would probably say I’m old but it would probably offend someone older than I to say that I’m old.) I’m also not a retired teacher and I would like to be there. I guess I don’t mind Jim or his boss as much as I loathe the previous government that was in power.

  4. Standup, that’s OK just keep opening up your wallet, and expect to give us some of that money too. I know of a hell of a lot of people having a hard time making ends meet.

  5. Well, the alternative I guess…is to just cut spending on everything but the MPP’s salary. Things that aren’t really necessary you know? Like health care, education, water testing (Remember Walkerton? I bet they do.) Yeah it sucks to pay taxes but until the current government starts attacking essential services I’ll stick with the current plan.

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    Me too Standup, and just a note that this is a rain or shine event under the big tent! We’ll be covering the event live.

  7. It is interesting to see local people from all political affiliations come out to celebrate our area and MPP Jim Brownell.
    The facts are that Jim has and continues to do so much for our riding that it brings us together in celebration this afternoon.
    I look forward to chatting with all of you.

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