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I would like you to imagine that you are a parent with two grown children.
Younger Daughter is still struggling to establish herself in a career and pay off student debt. She lives in a one bedroom apartment and is able to afford her rent, though is concerned about the upcoming yearly rent increase. She currently receives HST rebate cheques.
I'm very pleased with the campaign so far. Reception at the door has been positive, our road and lawn sign visibility is excellent, and canvass volunteers have delivered over 20,000 postcards *by hand* during the campaign.
We're into the final week of campaigning! Email email@example.com to learn about how to help us door knock our last doors, or join us for the following:
- Saturday, 1pm, Bank and Strathcona (in front of the Flour Shoppe)
- Sunday, 1pm, Bank and Strathcona (in front of the Flour Shoppe)
Dear Mayor Watson,
Thank you for taking the time to inquire about my positions on the important issues you address in the questionnaire. Several of your questions are unique to Ottawa and others address concerns felt by municipalities across Ontario. I are happy to answer all of them.
Mike Schreiner met with the Ottawa Citizen Editorial Board on Tuesday Sep 21. Here is the full interview.
The Green Party's positions on various questionnaires is not always reported in the media. Given today's coverage in The Star, I wanted to share our answers after someone asked about our positions via Twitter. Here you go bushidoka.
Does your party commit to funding birth centre pilot projects in Ontario?