Canvassing with Helen-Claire

Helen-Claire Tingling is working hard in preparation for the upcoming election ,and talking to residents across the riding. This weekend member of the University-Rosedale Board and other volunteers supported her door-to-door canvassing.

There’s lots of canvassing, and other work, to be done. If you wish to join Helen-Claire in this exciting and rewarding activity,  send us a an email at info@UniversityRosedaleCPC.com, and we’ll hook you up with Helen-Claire’s campaign.

 

 

 

 

May 4, 2019 – – National Super Canvass!

When: May 4th, 11 AM – 4 PM
Where: Meet at Starbucks on Bedford at Bloor (Across from St. George Station)
Come on out Saturday, May 4th as we join with Conservatives right across the country knocking on doors!
We’ll organize over a cup of coffee at Starbucks, canvass for a few hours, break for lunch and then knock on a few more doors in the afternoon.
Even if you can only make it for a little bit, it would be great to see you!

April 17 – Meet Helen-Claire Tingling

Where: Duke of York Pub (39 Prince Arthur Ave)

When: 5:30-7:30 PM,  April 17

Come meet the 2019 University-Rose Federal Conservative Candidate, Helen-Claire Tingling with fellow conservatives.

Join her for an informal evening and get to know one of the many strong candidates working hard to deliver a Conservative majority government this October.

See her on Facebook

Admission is free alongside a cash bar.

We have a candidate for 2019!

Helen-Claire Tingling

Educated at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto, Helen-Claire brings more than 20 years of diverse work experience to her candidacy. She has been self-employed and has been an employee. She has worked as a manager and held office with unions. She has worked in both private and public sectors; and has been active in the not-for-profit sector as well as in the corporate world.

Employed by the Government of Canada for the past six years, Helen-Claire brings an intimate knowledge of its machinations — and a specific awareness of the culture and challenges of bureaucracy.

As a consultant for the Ontario government, Helen-Claire worked variously as an Editor/Interviewer/Producer/Researcher/Writer in teams tasked with creating multi-media educational materials on topics as diverse as Indigenous awareness and Community-Oriented Policing.

For the not-for-profit sector, she has produced and directed theatre; and established membership, sponsorship and educational programs in partnership with stakeholders such as local high schools and the Legion. As a performer, she has participated in educational theatre to increase awareness on issues such as drunk driving, sexual abuse of children, and violence against women. She sang the title track for the winning film entry, “A Step Ahead” for the CBC’s International Year of the Disabled; and her first play “Living Will” about end-of-life issues, for which she received an Ontario Arts’ Council Theatre Creators’ Award, was presented at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival.

Committed to helping others, Helen-Claire was a member of the four-person regional fundraising team for the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign in 2013, which raised more than $290,000 for the United Way and Health Partners. She has volunteered as a judge for the Nora McRae Public Speaking Tournament, as a school welcome ambassador, and as a literacy coach. Helen-Claire currently co-facilitates workshops on topics such as Mental Health in the Workplace, and Duty to Accommodate, amongst others.

Michelle Rempel’s Excellent Youtube Adventure

In the past year, Michelle Rempel has posted continuously and very informatively on Youtube.  She has hundreds of videos,  32,000 followers, and deserves ten times that number.  Have a look at her videos, considering subscribing, and spread the message

 

There is much more, on many topics. Give her videos a look.  She is a star in Ottawa and deserves credit for the great work she is doing.

Pierre Poilievre visits University-Rosedale

On the beautiful, warm, evening of Wednesday, October 10 at the home of John and Nancy McFadyen, about fifty Conservative friends and supporters gathered outside to hear enlightened and spirited remarks from Pierre Poilievre, Shadow Minister of Finance.

Introduced by John Baird, former Conservative cabinet minister at both the provincial and federal levels, Mr. Poilievre ably critiqued the current fiscal, small business taxation and trade policies enacted by the present government and persuasively advocated how a Conservative federal government could improve upon them for the benefit of all Canadians.

An excellent question and answer period followed. Many thanks to the McFadyens and to our Financial Agent Philip Dyke for their time and effort!

Mr. Poilievre and Mr. Baird with our event organizer and host

Our 2018 Annual General Meeting

Many thanks to the members who attended our AGM this year. It was a fun evening meeting at the Miles Nadal JCC, and our thanks to the many EDA Board members who helped organize the event.

We’ve got a new Board of Directors, and Keith Tuomi will continue to lead the Board as President.

We got an update from Keith about the Policy Convention in Halifax, and financial and membership updates as well.  But the most fun part of the evening was the participation of the members in a lively discussion about current political issues.  We enjoyed the input from all those who participated.

The EDA is also actively currently engaged in the process of looking for a candidate to run for the Conservative Party of Canada in the coming election.  If you have an interest, or might suggest someone how does, please contact us and let us know!

Financial Officer Philip Dyke giving our financial update – thumbs up!
Group photo – sorry about the glare!