Darren was born and raised in Barrie.

He attended and graduated from Barrie's Georgian College as a graphic designer in 1998, and began his own community magazine, Crowe, in 2000, and has since published it for over 10 years, interviewing local people, as well as artists and musicians visiting Barrie, including an Academy Award-winning animator. Darren works with his magazine to promote social justice in ways that the mainstream media refuses to do, speaking against any unnecessary wars. In the last few years, he has joined the media table at Barrie City Hall, and interviewed members of Barrie City Council, as well as former Mayor of Barrie, Dave Aspden. He has ran before, for Ward 2 in 2006, as an independent for MPP in 2007, was the Barrie manager for the Libertarian candidate in 2008, and ran for Mayor of Barrie in 2010.

He works as a graphic designer, and, customer service rep for a friend who sells bakery products.

Darren is running for MP as a Libertarian because he wants a government that is not spending money on frills that we do not need, and he wants more of our wealth governed by the people, not the government.

What follows is the tenth anniversary edition of his magazine. The pages are available at full size if opened in a new window or tab, or, downloaded to your desktop:

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