Angie was born and raised in New Hamburg and currently residing on a farm between New Hamburg and New Dundee with her husband and three children. She has been a Registered Massage Therapist for the past 15 years. For the past ten years this New Hamburg based entrepreneur has operated a successful wellness focused business.

With an unstoppable passion to help others and motivated to assist communities to flourish, Hallman felt it was time to take a fresh approach to making a difference in the community she loves. She has been leading the charge to reinvigorate volunteerism within Wilmot Township for several years. A personal mandate of hers is to promote how volunteering can add to the quality of one’s life and to others.

Angie looks forward to being your voice as Ward 1 councillor in Wilmot Township. Ward 1 encompasses parts of New Hamburg, New Dundee, Haysville, rural Petersburg, Mannheim and the rural residents in between that are the glue of this community. 


  • The "Wilmot Splash Pad" Committee through successful research and fundraising initiatives

  • Canada Day in Wilmot and Canada 150 Festivities

  • The William Scott Festival and Soap Box Derby

  • Oktoberfest 2018 at the New Hamburg Royal Canadian Legion Branch 532

post election statement

This year’s election in Wilmot has had many firsts resulting in many stories that will be told for generations. For the first time in Wilmot’s history, there was a woman candidate running in each Ward and there has not been a woman on Wilmot Township‘s council since 1974.

I am deeply honoured to be in this role and that you’ve trusted me to be your voice in the Township of Wilmot. I’ve truly enjoyed my door to door visits in Wilmot – you voted for a voice in your community, momentum, transparency and action.

I’m looking forward to bringing your concerns and vision to council and working with staff to make Wilmot an even greater place to live, work and play. I also want to thank Rose for offering electors of Wilmot Ward 1 a choice, for our treasured Canadian democracy. I need to thank every Wilmot resident who voted in this election. Whether it was your first time, or you have participated for your entire life - your vote shapes your community.

I would not be the person I am today if it wasn’t for the unending support of my husband, children, my amazing family, dear friends and my community.
Lastly, thank you for the opportunity to serve Wilmot, my community that I love so deeply. Over the next four years I will serve you with transparency,  boldness and new perspectives.