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Apr 17th

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    Joan CrockattCongratulations to the newly-elected Bankview Community Association Board: Past-President Sean Hann, Gail Simper, Pam Murchison, Co-President and Jarrett Henderson, Co-President (missing). Looking forward to the great events you have planned this year! #BankviewCA #2014AGM
    4 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary Centre
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    Stella AmblerAfter Prime Minister Harper's statement following the death of Jim Flaherty, I was able to tell the PM how much Jim meant to me.
    6 hours ago | Ontario, Mississauga South
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    Pierre-Hugues BoisvenuQuelle bonne nouvelle pour la famille Raymond de Rimouski, membre de l'AFPAD depuis le début. Je suis content pour mon ami Marc-Andre, le frère de Sonia, sa conjointe et la mère de MA. Passez un beau we de Pâques. Je vous aime beaucoup. Bravo aux enquêteurs de la SQ. http://tvanouvelles.ca/lcn/infos/regional/estduquebec/archives/2014/04/20140417-202820.html
    8 hours ago | Quebec,
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    Gary GoodyearHalfway through the Cambridge Self Help Food Bank 's Spring Food Drive Kickoff! Plenty of time left before April 30th to make a food contribution.
    8 hours ago | Ontario, Cambridge
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    Rick DykstraProgress Made Against US Ballast Water Rules, MPs Brown and Dykstra encouraged by Congressional response - @RickDykstra Online http://goo.gl/XQUXMH
    8 hours ago | Ontario, La Prairie
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    Devinder ShoryHappy Easter!
    9 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary Northeast
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    Rodney WestonToday, on behalf of he Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, I announced $228,000 in federal funding to increase the safety of tissue and organ transplantation in New Brunswick. This funding is to support the Horizon Health Network in their efforts to improve safety practices for tissue and organ transplantation in New Brunswick. The Horizon Health Network will participate in a transplantation reporting pilot project. Tissue and organ transplants are life saving procedures that improve and protect the health of Canadians in need.
    10 hours ago | New Brunswick, Saint John
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    Laurie HawnIn this week’s episode of 24 SEVEN, we say goodbye to our dear friend Jim, the best finance minister in the world: http://www.pm.gc.ca/24Seven
    10 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    10 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary Northeast
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    James MooreIn this week’s episode of 24 SEVEN we take a look back at the extraordinary life of our dear friend Jim, the best finance minister in the world.
    11 hours ago | British Columbia, Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam
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    Gerald KeddyI also had the pleasure, this afternoon, of announcing New Horizons for Seniors’ Funding for four organizations in Shelburne County. The Woods Harbour Community Centre is receiving $25,000 to assist the organization to purchase a stove, cooler, freezer and dishwasher. These purchases will allow seniors in the Woods Harbour area to continue to participate in bingos, kitchen parties and social events. The Wesley Heritage Community Seniors Association is receiving $25,000 to replace its buildings windows, electrical, floor and walls as well as upgrade the plumbing so that seniors can participate in card games, book clubs, yoga and exercise classes. The Sable River Community Hall is receiving $25,000 to replace its roof and repair the exterior walls. These improvements will allow seniors to continue to participate in card nights, fitness classes, crafts and special events. The Sou’West Nova Transit Association is receiving $16,000 to recruit additional seniors as leaders and volunteers to assist the organization in providing accessible transportation to seniors in Shelburne County. Photo (from left to right): Troy Stoddard, President of the Woods Harbour Community Centre, Joan Reid, Director & Hall Coordinator, Woods Harbour Community Centre, Lillian Perry, President of the Wesley Heritage Community Seniors Association, Gerald Keddy, MP for South Shore – St. Margaret’s, Renata Tweedy, Manager of the Sou’West Nova Transit Association, Doreen Roache, President of the Sable River Community Hall & Wanda Buchanan, Chair of the Sable River Community Hall Grants Committee.
    11 hours ago | Nova Scotia, South Shore—St. Margaret's
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    12 hours ago | Ontario, Okanagan—Coquihalla
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    Gerald KeddyThis morning I had the pleasure of announcing $223,880 to support Phase II of Shelburne CBDC’s regional climate-data project as they build upon findings realized in Phase I of the regional climate-data research project. Phase II will continue to gather climatic intelligence for the region and offer a marketing strategy to promote these findings to potential investors, such as the agricultural sector (i.e. peaches, grapes, high-bush blueberries). For more information on the regional climate-data research project click here: http://www.cbdc.ca/ns/shelburne_news Photo (from left to right): Sean Sears, Vice-President, South Shore Wine Growers Association & Co-Owner of Petite Riviere Vineyards, Gerald Keddy, MP for South Shore – St. Margaret’s, Dixie Redmond, Executive Director, Shelburne CBDC & Grant Redding, Chair of the Board, Shelburne CBDC.
    12 hours ago | Nova Scotia, South Shore—St. Margaret's
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    Stephen HarperDans l'épisode de 24 SEPT de cette semaine, nous faisons un retour sur la vie extraordinaire de notre cher ami Jim, le meilleur ministre des Finances du monde. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2FAtcaCsmM
    12 hours ago | Alberta, La Peltrie
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    Stephen HarperIn this week’s episode of 24 SEVEN we take a look back at the extraordinary life of our dear friend Jim, the best finance minister in the world. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2aGk6UlCpY
    12 hours ago | Alberta, La Peltrie
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    Mark WarawaCanada continues to strongly condemn Russia’s illegal occupation of Ukraine & its aggressive military provocation. Canada is taking measures to promote security & stability in Central and Eastern Europe by sending 6 CF-18s & 20 staff officers to assist NATO readiness.
    12 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    Mark WarawaMay the gift of hope be yours today. My wife Diane and I wish you and yours a happy Easter!
    12 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    Michelle RempelHappy Easter from Hon. Michelle Rempel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJFHvpfUloA
    12 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary Centre-North
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    Michelle RempelRT @CalgaryChamber: Gonna be a full house for @MichelleRempel on Tue. as we are happy to announce we are SOLD OUT http://t.co/5xJFLmufy7 http://t.co/8XtAoG5zce
    12 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary Centre-North
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    Julian FantinoLast week, while commemorating the 97th Anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, I was joined by 21 great Canadian students who were there to learn about this important moment in Canadian history. Share to #ShowYouRemember.
    12 hours ago | Ontario, Vaughan
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    Joan CrockattAn Easter Message from MP Joan Crockatt - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWM0cCCI9vg
    12 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary Centre
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    13 hours ago | Manitoba, Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia
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    Dean Del MastroFlood Warning Update – April 17, 2014 By ORCA | Published: APRIL 17, 2014 Flood Warning Issued for the Kawartha Lakes, Otonabee River, Rice Lake and the Trent River to Hastings ~ Current inflows to the Kawartha Lakes from the Haliburton / Reservoir Lakes region to the north continue to exceed the volume of water being discharged from the Kawartha Lakes through the Otonabee River into Rice Lake and beyond. That said, there has been a notable reduction of inflows to the Kawartha Lakes from the north and a small increase in outflows through the Otonabee River to the south, which means that increasing water levels on the Kawartha Lakes have slowed. Given, however, that there is still snow-on-the-ground in the watershed to the north of the Kawarthas, and that the forecast air temperatures will result in 24-hour melting of that snowpack, it can be expected that it will still be days before the Kawartha Lakes stop rising altogether and start to recede. In the past 24-hours, water levels on the Otonabee River rose approximately 10 centimeters and will continue to rise over the next 24-hours and beyond, albeit at a slower rate. As a result, some low-lying development areas on the Otonabee River south of Lansdowne Street are now under no less than about 0.5 metres of water, and can expect to be inundated with even more water over the coming days. What’s more, water levels on Rice Lake, and the Trent River beyond Rice Lake, continue to rise in accordance with increased inflows from the Otonabee River. All residents living in low-lying, flood-susceptible areas along the shorelines of the Kawartha Lakes, Otonabee River, Rice Lake and Trent River (to Hastings) should monitor water levels closely and take necessary precautions to protect persons and property. Conservation Authority staff will continue to monitor conditions in conjunction with area water managers (e.g. Trent-Severn Waterway, Ministry of Natural Resources and Ontario Power Generation). In addition, the Conservation Authority will maintain communication with federal, provincial and municipal emergency response personnel. Please note that local municipalities are the first to respond to, and assist with flood emergencies. This Flood Warning will be next updated Friday April 18, 2014. If you experience a flooding emergency, call 911 immediately. http://www.otonabee.com/flood-warning-update-april-17-2014/
    13 hours ago | Ontario, Peterborough
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    13 hours ago | Manitoba, Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia
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    13 hours ago | British Columbia, Fleetwood—Port Kells
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    13 hours ago | British Columbia, Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam
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    James MooreBill C-14, the Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act, received Royal Assent last week, ensuring that the Government can deliver on its commitment to protect Canadians from not criminally responsible (NCR) accused persons who have been found to pose a higher risk of committing violence if released. Bill C-14 ensures that public safety comes first in the decision-making process with respect to accused persons found NCR or unfit to stand trial on account of mental disorder. The legislation also enhances the safety of victims and promotes greater victim involvement. The Bill addresses concerns raised by victims and families of victims as well as the provinces and territories. The legislation creates a new designation process which aims to protect the public from NCR accused persons who are found by a court to pose a higher risk of committing acts of violence. Families of some victims have applauded the Government's action to reduce the risk of repeat violent actions by creating the high-risk designation and ensuring that victims are better informed about the status of the NCR accused. Upon being designated by a court as high-risk, an NCR accused would be held in custody in a hospital and could not be released by a review board until the high-risk designation was revoked by a court. The Criminal Code amendments will come into effect three months from the date of Royal Assent (on July 10) while provisions related to the National Defence Act will come into force on a day or days to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council. More information: http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?mthd=tp&crtr.page=1&nid=838179&crtr.tp1D=930
    13 hours ago | British Columbia, Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam
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    Joe OliverHave a happy and healthy Easter!
    14 hours ago | Ontario, Eglinton—Lawrence
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    Mark WarawaLast year, Susan Falk won an Environmental Hero Award in the individual category for her creative efforts to keep local residents aware of the need to protect McLellan Forest East. Keep up the great work, Susan! Please nominate your Langley Environmental Hero today. http://ow.ly/uX88Y
    14 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    Bernard TrottierDelighted to raise awareness and help educate students at Humber College about the dangers of alcohol consumption #paceyourself #humberaa
    14 hours ago | Ontario, Etobicoke—Lakeshore
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    Rick DykstraCBSA launches new forecasted border wait times tool - @RickDykstra Online http://goo.gl/4f4HWa
    14 hours ago | Ontario, La Prairie
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    Randy KampWishing all a very happy Easter #PittMeadows #MapleRidge #MissionBC randykamp.com http://goo.gl/JnI2f3
    14 hours ago | British Columbia, Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge—Mission
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    Rick DykstraUPDATED April 17: Canada Promotes Territorial Integrity and National Unity in Ukraine - @RickDykstra Online http://goo.gl/gqYUQN
    15 hours ago | Ontario, La Prairie
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    16 hours ago | British Columbia, Fleetwood—Port Kells
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    16 hours ago | British Columbia, Nanaimo—Cowichan
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    16 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Kelly BlockAs an additional response to Russia's increasing aggression in Europe, Prime Minister Stephen Harper just announced that Canada is sending six CF-18 fighter jets to Poland.
    16 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Nunavut
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    Joe OliverCanadians understand what happens when they spend more than they earn. They end up in debt and are saddled with interest payments that erode their ability to afford necessities and save for retirement. Most people understand that budgets do not balance themselves, any more for governments than for families. Balanced budgets flow from sound fiscal management that creates a stable business climate leading to increased investment, new jobs and more growth.
    17 hours ago | Ontario, Eglinton—Lawrence
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    17 hours ago | Manitoba, Kildonan—St. Paul
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    Mark WarawaAt Soroptimist International of the Langleys’ Bloom & Bing event with Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese and winners of the Women’s Opportunity Awards.
    17 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    Chris AlexanderAjax-Pickering residents, please join me at my constituency office (100 Westney Rd. S., @ the Ajax GO Station) on April 23rd @ 2pm for Coffee & Conversation. Spaces are limited. RSVP to chris.alexander.c1a@parl.gc.ca. Please note, this is not an opportunity to discuss immigration cases.
    18 hours ago | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Russ HiebertThank you to all who recently attended my Community Income Tax Clinic. Volunteers graciously set aside their Saturday morning and early afternoon to be at the Semiahmoo Public Library to help people file their tax returns for free.
    18 hours ago | British Columbia, South Surrey—White Rock—Cloverdale
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    Leanna Villella A beautiful tribute by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to his good friend and our Minister of Finance, the HON. Jim Flaherty.
    18 hours ago | Ontario, Welland
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    Mark WarawaLetters: Truckers applaud Aldergrove border crossing upgrades (Langley Advance)
    18 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    Mark WarawaFunding will help open new markets (Langley Times) More than $1 million in funding will go towards supporting a project by the BC Wood Specialities Group (BCWSGA) that will promote market development. The announcement was made on Tuesday afternoon at Mitsui Homes in Langley with Langley MP Mark Warawa joining Michelle Rempel, the minister of state for western economic diversification at the press conference.
    18 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    18 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    19 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Bernard TrottierWelcoming home our Canadian paralympians Erin Latimer and Chris Williamson from #Sochi2014 at #CIBC in #Etobicoke. Congratulations!
    19 hours ago | Ontario, Etobicoke—Lakeshore
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    19 hours ago | British Columbia, South Surrey—White Rock—Cloverdale

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