This Tuesday, Sept 24th, we had an amazing turnout of over 50 people to see the Hon. Peter MacKay and meet our University-Rosedale candidate Helen-Claire Tingling. Our special thanks to our event organizer Becky Jones, and also to the many others who helped make this fundraising event so successful.
Don’t forget to come out to support our candidate, Helen-Claire, for an election debate at Rosedale United Church 7 PM, October 2nd.
Thanks to everyone who turned out for a fun event at the Firkin on Bay St, to chat with Helen-Claire and MP Pat Kelly and get an update on the campaign and the national situation. A fun and informative time was had by all.
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.
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.
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