Meet and Greet with Matt Scott, Ward 5 candidate. Coffee and Donuts included.


Come meet your Ward 5 city council candidate, Matt Scott. Talk about your concerns, your ideas, and enjoy free coffee and donuts!

Saturday, October 13th from 10am to 1pm in the Lot in front of Pharmasave and Misty’s. Event details here:

I was born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario where I have lived for over 30 years. I attended Bay View Public School, Korah Collegiate, and Algoma University, where I graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration.

I currently live with my wife, Marina Tombari and our miniature goldendoodle, Stuart. We are all lifelong residents of Ward 5 (formerly Ward 6).

I work at Sault Area Hospital as a Data Analyst in the Decision Support department where I do statistical analysis on many different sets of data providing information to management, physicians, and clinical staff. Currently I am leading a team on the regional ONE project which aims to have a single patient record across multiple hospitals. For more info visit the following link:

While attending Algoma University I was the founder of many different clubs and was elected to the Algoma University Student Union board as Special Events Coordinator. I am currently serving as the Treasurer for the Sault Ste. Marie Museum board.

I have been interested in local politics from a young age after finding out that my grandfather, Joe Wierzbicki, was a Ward 6 Councillor in the 60’s. This interest grew throughout my life and has lead me down the path of running for City Council myself.

I am hoping to restore community pride in not only Ward 5, but the entire City of Sault Ste. Marie. I will be transparent, inclusive, and fair with all issues while maintaining a facts first approach.



  1. Hello Mr. Scott
    Wednesday, October 10, 2018

    As this time progresses I am pleased to publish that it is good to read that your offer was not wine and cheese . For those of you who think that I would like to see everyone profiting off of the sale of alcohol without incomes that is not the case at all.

    As having done and am doing plenty in Ward 5 besides elsewhere, I do find it exasperating the
    number of candidates who seem to think they have an entitlement to be voted in to form the next local governance.

    I can hardly stand to view the coverage of organized meetings of question and answer types. That is not meant with any malice at all. Nor is it that I am not appreciative of the effort and work it
    takes to air them.

    Wednesday, October 10, 2018 @ 3:51 PM

    In Sincere Goodwill
    Ms. Belsito DiBerardino

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