The Universitiy Rosedale riding association offers our deepest sympathies to the Walsh family on the tragic loss of their 7 year old daughter Georgia. Our prayers are with you.
Donations to the Hospital for Sick Children, in memoriam of Georgia Walsh, can be made here:
On Monday July 14th, Canada’s Minister of Citizenship and Immigration visited us to headline the first get-together of the new University Rosedale riding put on by our riding association. A good time was was had by all, and our thanks to Jane and Keith Tuomi who hosted us in their lovely home.
Once again, our thanks to Minister Alexander for attending, and for his inspirational words.
UNIVERSITY-ROSEDALE FEDERAL CONSERVATIVE EDA
Please join us & our special guest:
The Honourable Chris Alexander, P.C., M.P.
Monday, July 14, 2014
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
27 Astley Avenue, Toronto, M4W 3B3
$75.00 per person, (payment by cheque only payable to the University-Rosedale Conservative EDA)
We hope that you will join us for what promises to be a very interesting evening. Enjoy some time with old friends and share your ideas and concerns.
Please RSVP as soon as possible to:
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New York/Copenhagen, June 27th, 2013 – Canada is the country with the world’s best reputation according to Reputation Institute’s 2013 Country RepTrak™ Study.
The win marks the third year in a row that the North American nation has been ranked first in the 2013 Country RepTrak™ Study, which surveys more than 27,000 people from the G8 countries.
“Canada’s results confirm that it is only possible to maintain a strong reputation in the long-term when a country has the ability to transmit its leadership globally in each of the three key criteria: an effective government, an advanced economy, and an appealing environment,” says Fernando Prado, Managing Partner of Reputation Institute, Spain and Latin America.
For the full article, click here
Full text of National Post article here
“When I first started practising law, I remember a lot of successful Canadian businesses trying to figure out ways to migrate out of Canada, because they felt the corporate tax rates were so oppressive. Many of them moved to the U.S.,” Mr. Steeves said. “And now, 15 or 20 years later, it’s completely switched, where you’re seeing a lot of U.S. businesses leaving the U.S. and coming to Canada