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October 02, 2019

Respecting our Seniors

In Canada, we are lucky to have a world class health care and pension system. These institutions make the transition to retirement and old age comfortable.   A challenge facing societies around the world is changing demographics and the burden it places on these institutions of care and support. As...

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September 24, 2019

Environmental Plan

  Conservatives naturally want to protect and maintain the places that we call home and the things that we love about them. We want to preserve the beautiful environment that we enjoy in Burlington and the amazing variety of natural landscapes and biodiversity we have across the country.   The...

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September 23, 2019

A Plan for Affordable Home Ownership

Today, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced that a new Conservative government would introduce four new measures to make it easier for first-time homebuyers to buy a home. “With his poor judgement and tax hikes, Justin Trudeau has put the dream of home ownership further out of reach for so many,...

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September 22, 2019

More support for Canada’s Veterans

Canadian Veterans struggling with months-long waits for pensions and benefits can count on a new Conservative government to take immediate action to get them the support they deserve. Andrew Scheer, leader of Canada’s Conservatives, announced a comprehensive plan today to deliver more help to Canada’s Veterans in a timely and...

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Jane Michael

Meet The Candidate

Jane Michael has been a proud resident of Burlington for over 30 years. Jane and her husband, Barry, raised four children here. Jane has always had a passion for giving back and making meaningful contributions to her community. Jane has dedicated much of her time over the years to volunteering in local schools and in her church, and is an active member of the Canadian Women’s League. Jane has been a Trustee for two terms and Chair for two years on the Halton Catholic District School Board. Professionally, Jane owns and operates a local restaurant and knows very well the challenges small businesses in Burlington face, and how decisions made in Ottawa affect them.

Though her experience and involvement in local organizations, charities, and running her own business, Jane has made connections with people from all across Burlington. From these relationships Jane has learned in depth the wide range of issues facing our communities, and where our leadership must do better to serve the people of Burlington.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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