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My Name is Adam Castle,  and I'm running as a council candidate in Ward 5.  When I moved here in 2005 to pursue higher education and to be closer to my family, I noticed from the very beginning how special this city is. Windsor is a city of survivors, A city of innovative and creative people with grit, who aren't shy of hard work or grinding to reach their goals.

 I believe firmly that those same incredible citizens can and should demand more from their local government.

It's time for us to thrive, it's time for us to dream with our sleeves rolled up, It's time to support #CastleOnCouncil

A Councillor That's No Stranger To Hard Work.

I started my first business when I was 15, and my company focused on event marketing, management and DJing. Event management is all about listening intently and adapting to the moment.  As a small business owner for 15 years, I know above all else that consistency, compromise, and hard work are the keys to getting things done. 

My formal schooling has been in counselling, sociology, and economic development, and I worked in the helping profession for four years at New Beginnings in Ward 5 at the Rossini Group homes. My time working with at-risk youth taught me so many things, it helped me grow as a professional, and it gave me a new perspective on community stewardship and collaboration.

My Career Today

With a proven track record of over five and half years in economic development I have had the privilege to work on some of the most significant attraction and expansion files our region has ever managed. From attracting new business, to one-on-one business coaching with high growth tech companies. I find I'm at my best when I'm always being challenged, continually learning, and continuously working to make an impact. This year I've furthered my education by completing my certification in Economic Development from the University of Waterloo. Today, I am proud to work as the Director of Venture Services for WEtech Alliance, a regional Innovation Centre. My role is to create programming for small, innovation forward businesses and help them reach new milestones and expand into new markets. Creating a business-friendly environment is extremely important to me. When businesses big and small thrive, so do communities, neighbourhoods and people.