Being open and receptive to new and existing businesses will help bring jobs to Dysart. That’s according to Dennis Casey who also says they need to work with and encourage private enterprises. Helping existing businesses grow and expand can create jobs almost as much as bringing in new businesses says Casey. He’s running for Deputy-Reeve of Dysart in the upcoming election. He believes closing the economic development department at the county level has caused competition between municipalities, and they need to start working together. Election day is October 27, go to the municipality website for information on voting.