Lloyd Rang, Candidate for Ward 2 Clarington

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Lloyd Rang

Lloyd has proudly lived in Clarington since 1995, when he moved here to teach at Durham Christian High and raise his family. Lloyd later worked for Lakeridge Health, the five-hospital system of regional care in Durham, where he liaised with the community and various levels of government to lay the groundwork for future growth. He is now a business owner specializing in communications.

Lloyd is a tireless volunteer who has served on the boards of Redeemer University and the Rotary Club of Bowmanville and is the current Chair of Valleys 2000.. His latest project is raising funds and creating a vision to turn the former Zoo Lands into a spectacular 35-acre signature park for Bowmanville.

Lloyd lives in Bowmanville with his wife Keerthana, his son Cameron, his daughter Anika, and his dog Shine. He is a member of the Rehoboth Christian Reformed Church in Bowmanville and has a monthly column in Christian Courier. Lloyd is an active member of the Clarington Board of Trade.

I first met Lloyd when he was working for Lakeridge Health, and we have worked together since on projects for Rotary and Valleys 2000. I’m endorsing him for Ward 2 Local Councillor because he’s in this election for all the right reasons. Lloyd is passionate about our community, its families, its parks, and its businesses. He’ll work hard for us. And I trust Lloyd to make good choices for our community, because he listens well, acts decisively and cares deeply about people.

Ron Hooper

Councillor Ward 2


Clarington is home to many creeks and trails that are well-used and well-loved by our community.

Let’s add more parks to our community and create a “Circle of Green” around Bowmanville for even more families, cyclists, anglers, and runners to enjoy.


Since I moved to Clarington, the community has really grown. Thanks to smart choices by Council, we’ve preserved the small-town feel of our community by filling in vacant spaces and building up rather than out.  We’ll need to continue making good choices to keep housing affordable and available while balancing rural and urban concerns.

Let’s create more affordability for more families – by working with organizations like Habitat for Humanity – and build wisely.

Small business growth

Clarington attracted many new and talented people during the pandemic. We have an exciting opportunity to grow our local economy by tapping into that talent. And we need to support all of that with better roads and improved traffic.

Let’s create opportunities for more people to work closer to home by supporting local businesses and entrepreneurs.