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June 09, 2020

Take Care Supply

Kudos to TO’s Take Care Supply, an entrepreneurial Covid conversion. When lockdown limbo’d thriving clothing mfr, it turned to PPE production - 250K non-medical masks in 7 weeks.. 2M planned, growing contracts, charity, + medical PPE prototypes. 

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May 11, 2020

CSJ Closed 2020

Dear Constituents:   Thank you for your interest regarding the Canada Summer Jobs Program.   At this time, Service Canada and Members of Parliament are no longer identifying organizations that provide essential services in the community, and could offer youth jobs but did not apply for the Canada Summer Jobs...

April 24, 2020

Dog-whistle Politics in Time of Pandemic

Our federal Conservative Caucus continues to push for Parliamentary accountability in Canada’s defensive war against Corvid-19.  We have repeatedly demonstrated how civil debate, fair comment and dialogue in the House of Commons and the Senate have helped the Government address a range of policy challenges in this national emergency.

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April 22, 2020

COVID student programs

New programs announced today to help students. Eligible post secondary students will receive $1,250 a month from May to August. Additionally grants will be available for those volunteering to help fight COVID-19.

April 21, 2020

Thornhill Community Band

Thanks to the Thornhill Community Band..a fixture at community events in normal times.. for a stirring virtual rendition of Bobby Gimby’s “Canada”, saluting frontline medical workers and seniors.  #NewHorizonsForSeniors .  

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April 21, 2020

Plas-Tech Inc. gets set up

Thanks to Braydon in Constit office for helping a great Thornhill company Plas-Tech Inc. get set up to help fight #COVID19

April 16, 2020

Unintended Consequences Shouldice Hospital

Thornhill’s world-famous Shouldice Hospital in financial crisis.  Closed by province during COVID crisis, historic private hernia facility excluded by federal emergency funding for staff. Hospital covering for now..hoping Ottawa corrects unintended consequences.

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