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Muskoka has been a very important part of my life. I grew up in Cambridge, and starting spending my summers in Muskoka 30 years ago where I enjoyed swimming and water skiing. I now live full-time in the area of Minett.

My wife, Bette, and I were married for 47 years until she passed away in 2015. She also loved Muskoka, and we raised our three children enjoying summers here. I now have grandchildren, and Muskoka is a special part of their lives. I am active tennis player, and enjoy walking, swimming and boating. During the winter, I love to snowmobile.

I enjoyed a 40-year professional career that began as a Chartered Accountant in Cambridge, Ontario with a predecessor firm to KPMG. In 1968, I co-founded a chartered accountant firm and a computer services firm, and shortly thereafter began my career as a licensed trustee in bankruptcy. Starting in the mid 1970s, I founded three additional firms in the computer software and chartered accountant businesses.

In addition to my career as a chartered accountant and bankruptcy trustee, I have been a consultant to a wide range of small- to medium-sized businesses, helping them to grow their market share and employee base. I helped design and implement computerized accounting systems for municipalities and was responsible for the audit for the City of Cambridge, ON.

I have always enjoyed being active in my community, and served for 12 years as a Director of Cambridge Memorial Hospital, including three as its Treasurer guiding the hospital through troubling financial times. I have also been an executive member of the Cambridge rotary club, hockey club, and several condominium corporations, including one in Muskoka. I am currently President of a condominium board at the Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst.

Over the past 12 years, I have become increasingly concerned about the rise in unsustainable residential development on resort properties across Muskoka’s lakes. I have taken my concerns to Township and District staff and Councils on countless occasions over these years, explaining how these developments are contrary to municipal laws, and damaging to our natural environment that drives investment and tourism in Muskoka, and sustains our economy.

I am retired and can devote the time required to fully participant in the challenges ahead. I am a high-energy person and very passionate about by beliefs. If I have the privilege of being elected as District and Township Councillor, I commit to continue to do everything I can to ensure we have sustainable development in Muskoka that’s balanced across our region and that includes affordable housing for our community. We need to grow our economy, and I want to be part of a Muskoka that grows responsibly.


My professional history.

Frank J. Jaglowitz CPA, CA

Sole Practitioner and Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Cambridge ON 2010 – 2015


Collins Barrow (Waterloo and Cambridge) Chartered Accountants 1991 – 2009

Partner, Insolvency Services


Jaglowitz Borden Beaupre Chartered Accountants 1975 – 1991

Managing Partner

Partner, Insolvency Services


Norwat Computer Systems   1977 – 1984

Cambridge Software Products Inc  1984 - 2010

President and CEO

  • Designed computer programs for The Stratford Festival, Gaviller & CO Chartered Accountants, and The City of Cambridge


Pinchin Jaglowitz & Co. Chartered Accountants   1968 – 1974



Pinchin Jaglowitz & Co Data Processing  1968 – 1974

Owner and General Manager


Thorne Mulholland Howson & McPherson (now part of KPMG) 1962 – 1967

Student, manager of Municipal Audits for City of Cambridge

Committee to Elect Frank Jaglowitz
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