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    Jan 19, 2016 8:22 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Jan 19, 2016 8:14 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    "The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing." The ancient Greeks knew this. But it seems hedgehogs have had some image problems since then, making this gem of an adjournment debate from the British House of Commons, featuring Minister Rory Stewart on the mysterious, magical hedgehog, well worth reading: The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Rory Stewart): Multa novit vulpes, verum echinus unum magnum, Madam Deputy Speaker. Tom Tugendhat (Tonbridge and Malling) (Con): In every happy home is a hedgehog, as the Pashtuns would say. I urge my hon. Friend to encourage our Pashtun community in this country to follow that example. Rory Stewart: I am very grateful for that Pushtun intervention, but my hon. Friend refers, of course, to the Asian variety of the hedgehog rather than the western hedgehog, which is the subject of our discussion today. The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing. I am extremely pleased to have the opportunity to respond to my hon. Friend the Member for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport (Oliver Colvile). I believe that this is the first time that Parliament has discussed hedgehogs since 1566, when the subject was famously raised in relation to the attribution of a bounty of tuppence for the collection of the hedgehog throughout the United Kingdom. The hedgehog has undergone an extraordinary evolution. The year 1566 seems very recent, but the hedgehog was around before then. It was around before this Parliament. The hedgehog, and its ancestor, narrowly missed being crushed under the foot of Tyrannosaurus rex. The hedgehog was around long before the human species: it existed 56 million years ago. It tells us a great deal about British civilisation that my hon. Friend has raised the subject, because the hedgehog is a magical creature. It is a creature that appears on cylinder seals in Sumeria, bent backwards on the prows of Egyptian ships. The hedgehog has of course a famous medicinal quality taken by the Romany people for baldness and it represents a symbol of the resurrection found throughout Christian Europe. This strange animal was known, of course, in Scotland, Wales and Ireland originally in Gaelic as that demonic creature, that horrid creature, and is the hedgehog celebrated by Shakespeare: “Thorny hedgehogs, be not seen… Come not near our faerie queen”, and famously of course in “Richard III” there is that great moment when Gloucester is referred to as a hedgehog. It tells us something about Britain today; it represents a strange decline in British civilisation from a notion of this magical, mystical, terrifying creature to where it is today, and I refer of course to my own constituent, the famous cleanliness representative of Penrith and The Border, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle. I want to be serious for a moment. The hedgehog is of course an important environmental indicator, with its habitat, its ability to occupy 30 hectares of land, and its particular relationship to the hibernaculum, by which I mean the hedgehog’s ability, almost uniquely among animals in the United Kingdom, to go into a state of genuine hibernation. Its heartbeat goes from 240 a minute to only two a minute for six months a year. It has a particular diet—a focus on grubs and beetles. The street hedgehog initiative, which my hon. Friend has brought forward, reminds us that, by cutting holes in the bottom of our hedges, we can create again an opportunity for hedgehogs to move. The hedgehog provides a bigger lesson for us in our environment—first, a lesson in scientific humility. The hedgehog has of course been studied for over 2,000 years. The first scientific reference to the hedgehog is in Aristotle; he is picked up again by Isidore of Seville in the 8th century and again by Buffon in the 18th century, and these are reminders of the ways in which we get hedgehogs wrong. Aristotle points out that the hedgehog carries apples on his spine into his nest. Isidore of Seville argues that the hedgehog travels with grapes embedded on his spine. Buffon believes these things might have been food for the winter, but as we know today the hedgehog, hibernating as he does, is not a creature that needs to take food into his nest for the winter. Again, our belief in Britain that the five teeth of the hedgehog represent the reaction of the sinful man to God—the five excuses that the sinful man makes to God—is subverted by our understanding that the hedgehog does not have five teeth. Finally, the legislation introduced in this House, to my great despair, in 1566 which led to the bounty of a tuppence on a hedgehog was based on a misunderstanding: the idea that the hedgehog fed on the teats of a recumbent cow in order to feed itself on milk. This led to the death of between of half a million and 2 million hedgehogs between 1566 and 1800, a subject John Clare takes forward in a poem of 1805 and which led my own Department, the Ministry of Agriculture, in 1908 to issue a formal notice to farmers encouraging them not to believe that hedgehogs take milk from the teats of a recumbent cow, because of course the hedgehog’s mouth is too small to be able to perform this function. But before we mock our ancestors, we must understand this is a lesson for us. The scientific mistakes we made in the past about the hedgehog are mistakes that we, too, may be mocked for in the future. We barely understand this extraordinary creature. We barely understand for example its habit of self-anointing; we will see a hedgehog produce an enormous amount of saliva and throw it over its back. We do not understand why it does that. We do not really understand its habit of aestivation, which is to say the hedgehog which my hon. Friend referred to—the Pushto version of the hedgehog—hibernates in the summer as well as the winter. We do not understand that concept of aestivation. For those of us interested in environmental management, the hedgehog also represents the important subject of conflict in habitats. The habitat that suits the hedgehog is liminal land: it is edge land, hedgerows and dry land. The hedgehog is not an animal that flourishes in many of our nature reserves. It does not do well in peatland or in dense, heavy native woodland. The things that prey on the hedgehog are sometimes things that we treasure. My hon. Friend mentioned badgers. Rebecca Pow: Does the Minister agree that the successful survival of our hedgehog population is a direct reflection of how healthy and sustainable our environment is? It is important that we should look after the environment, because the knock-on effect of that will be that our hedgehog population will be looked after. Rory Stewart: That is an important point. The hedgehog is a generalist species, and traditionally we have not paid much attention to such species. We have been very good at focusing on specialist species, such as the redshank, which requires a particular kind of wet habitat. The hedgehog is a more challenging species for us to take on board. As I was saying, the hedgehog is a good indicator for hedgerow habitat, although it is not much use for peatland or wetland. The hedgehog raises some important environmental questions. One is the question of conflict with the badger. Another is the question of the hedgehog in the western isles, which relates to the issue of the hedgehog’s potential predation on the eggs of the Arctic tern. Patrick Grady (Glasgow North) (SNP): On the point about the hedgehog in the western isles, we have established that hedgehogs are a devolved matter. My hon. Friend the Member for Na h-Eileanan an Iar (Mr MacNeil) is not in the Chamber at the moment. Scottish Natural Heritage is doing careful work to humanely remove hedgehogs from the Hebrides, and it would be interesting to hear how the UK Government intend to support that work. Rory Stewart: This is an important reminder that things that matter enormously to our civilisation, our society and our hearts—such as the hedgehog—have to be in the right place. In New Zealand, hedgehogs are considered an extremely dangerous invasive species that has to be removed for the same reasons that people in Scotland are having to think about controlling them there. It does not matter whether we are talking about badgers, hedgehogs or Arctic terns—it is a question of what place they should occupy. Finally—and, I think, more positively—what the hedgehog really represents for us is an incredible symbol of citizen science. The energy that my hon. Friend the Member for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport has brought to the debate is a great example of British, or perhaps English, eccentricity, and it is on the basis of English eccentricity that our habitat has been preserved. Gilbert White, the great 18th century naturalist, was himself an immense eccentric. It has been preserved thanks to eccentrics such as my hon. Friend and, perhaps most famously of all, Hugh Warwick, the great inspiration behind the British Hedgehog Preservation Society. He has written no fewer than three books on the hedgehog, and he talks very movingly about staring into the eyes of a hedgehog and getting a sense of its wildness from its gaze. These enthusiasts connect the public to nature, sustain our 25-year environment programme and contribute enormously to our scientific understanding of these animals. This is true in relation to bees, to beavers and in particular to Hugh Warwick’s work on hedgehogs. I am also pleased that the hon. Member for East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow (Dr Cameron) mentioned national hedgehog day in an earlier intervention. Ultimately, we need to understand that the hedgehog is a very prickly issue. The reason for that is that my hon. Friend the Member for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport has raised the question of adopting the hedgehog as our national symbol. Some hon. Members will remember that the hedgehog was used by Saatchi & Saatchi in an advertising campaign for the Conservative party in 1992 general election. We should therefore pay tribute to the hedgehog’s direct contribution to our election victory in that year. But I would like to challenge my hon. Friend’s assertion that the hedgehog should become our national symbol. I ask you, Madam Deputy Speaker, as I ask those on both sides of this House, because this question concerns not only one party, but all of us: do we want to have as our national symbol an animal which when confronted with danger rolls over into a little ball and puts its spikes up? Do we want to have as our national symbol an animal that sleeps for six months of the year? Or would we rather return to the animal that is already our national symbol? I refer, of course, to the lion, which is majestic, courageous and proud. If I may finish with a little testimony to my hon. Friend and to those innocent creatures which are hedgehogs, perhaps I can reach back to them not as a symbol for our nation but as a symbol of innocence to Thomas Hardy. He says: “When the hedgehog travels furtively over the lawn, One may say, ‘He strove that such innocent creatures should come to no harm, But he could do little for them; and now he is gone.’ If, when hearing that I have been stilled at last, they stand at the door, Watching the full-starred heavens that winter sees, Will this thought rise on those who will meet my face no more, ‘He was one who had an eye for such mysteries’? Madam Deputy Speaker (Mrs Eleanor Laing): I paused because I wanted to encourage some more positive noises for the Minister, who has just made one of the best speeches I have ever heard in this House. Question put and agreed to. 7.41 pm House adjourned.
    Jan 06, 2016 7:10 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering

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    We finished taking down arterial signs on Wednesday; lawn signs yesterday. All will be recycled. Anyone who spots one we missed anywhere in Ajax should write or call: ajax_conservative_eda@yahoo.ca 905 686 8653 For their help wrangling signs and rebar, deep thanks to my wonderful mother-in-law Inger Boserup (pictured below!); to sign co-chairs Irv and Lorie Murphy, as well as Bill Matthews; to Harshad Patel, who put up dozens of signs almost every day of this nearly three-month marathon; to Doug Humphries, who has seen this story many times before; to Maria, Geraldine, my neighbour Doug, and many others, who mostly helped put up; and to John Gilker, Khoja Tameem Siddiqi, Yahya Abdali, Omar Ghalib and my loving wife Hedvig Christine Alexander, who mostly helped take down. For our venerable Party, it was another great team effort, in a great cause, in a wonderful community!
    Oct 23, 2015 8:14 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Defeat is hard, but when Canadians speak as clearly as they did last night, we know our democracy is alive and well. In a world of uncertainty, where many face repression, conflict or worse, that alone is a huge blessing. It has been a genuine pleasure and a real privilege to serve the people of Ajax-Pickering since May 2011. To all who have welcomed and supported us with such warmth and generosity, thank you. Over the past many months we were also very fortunate to work on this just-closed campaign in Ajax with hundreds of volunteers from across Ajax, Durham and the GTA. They not only laboured tirelessly. They performed countless acts of kindness to connect to our platform and to this election. This work has left politics and democracy in Ajax and in Canada stronger. After all, there is no democracy and certainly no freedom unless each is nourished from the bottom up. To all the brilliant, diligent, thoughtful, generous, hard-working volunteers on our Conservative campaign in Ajax: thanks from both Hedvig and me, from the bottoms of our hearts! We will always treasure the memory of working with you, in a great cause -- the cause of a stronger, better, more agile, more innovative, more prosperous Canada. I congratulate Mark Holland on his return to Parliament. He and the new Liberal government have a strong mandate from Canadians: it is now up to them to use it well, for the greater good.
    Oct 20, 2015 7:45 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Great evening at the Rang Tarang Navratri celebration here in Ajax. Thanks for the warm reception!
    Oct 18, 2015 4:52 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Oct 18, 2015 4:28 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Prime Minister Stephen Harper: "In less than 24 hours, polling stations will be open across Canada. This election is close, and your vote matters. You will have a real choice between higher taxes under the Liberals or our positive Conservative plan to cut taxes and create jobs. Tomorrow, vote Conservative to protect our economy." http://cpcp.cc/Ad51Yr
    Oct 18, 2015 4:24 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Oct 18, 2015 7:49 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Oct 18, 2015 6:47 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Families are the bedrock of our communities, and, by extension, our country. When families thrive, Canada thrives. On October 19th vote to keep our families and our communities strong. Read about our Conservative plan for hard-working families here: http://www.conservative.ca/plan/hard-working-families-and-seniors/
    Oct 16, 2015 7:08 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Oct 16, 2015 6:51 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    On October 19th, vote to protect our economy, keep our families and businesses strong, and to continue creating jobs for our future.
    Oct 15, 2015 1:25 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Since the depths of the great recession in July 2009, Canada has out-performed the G7 on job creation and GDP growth. But we cannot afford to take new risks. We need proven leadership with a sound, low tax, balanced budget plan to attract investment, spur innovation and entrepreneurship, and open new markets for Canadian goods and services.
    Oct 14, 2015 8:38 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Thanks to all the hundreds of volunteers that have been working so hard with us in Ajax over the past many months! You have been amazing.
    Oct 14, 2015 8:25 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Canada has risen three spots in this index -- to number four in the world! Also, read the following, from the Executive Summary: "Tolerance: Canada takes the top spot in tolerance which we measure as openness to ethnic and religious minorities and gay and lesbian people. Iceland is second, New Zealand third, Australia fourth, and the United Kingdom fifth. The Netherlands, Uruguay, Ireland, Norway, and Sweden round out the top ten." http://martinprosperity.org/content/the-global-creativity-index-2015/
    Oct 13, 2015 7:54 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Visited Harwood Place here in Ajax to talk about our Conservative Party of Canada - Parti conservateur du Canada plan for hard-working families and seniors. Since 2006, we have cut taxes on Canadian seniors by $3 billion each and every year. Almost 400,000 seniors have been removed from the tax rolls completely. And now a single senior can earn at least $20,360 and a senior couple at least $40,720 before paying any federal income tax. A re-elected Conservative Government will also establish an “equivalent-tospouse” Pension Income Credit for single and widowed seniors. This $2,000 Single Seniors Tax Credit will extend tax relief to nearly 1.6 million single and widowed seniors. You can read about our plan here: http://www.conservative.ca/plan/hard-working-families-and-seniors/
    Oct 13, 2015 8:51 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Oct 12, 2015 7:47 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Oct 11, 2015 7:28 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Canadians have a clear choice in this election, a choice that carries the greatest of consequences for our economy, our jobs, and our families. Today, Prime Minister Stephen Harper presented our Conservative Party of Canada - Parti conservateur du Canada plan to protect our economy. While Justin Trudeau and his Liberals are promising job-killing tax hikes and permanent deficits, our Conservative Party has a different, better plan. We will lower taxes, maintain a balanced budget, and set a target of 1.3 million more good Canadian jobs by 2020. It’s our Economic Action Plan. It’s working. Let’s continue on with what we know works. Read here: http://www.conservative.ca/plan/
    Oct 09, 2015 10:12 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Advance polls are now open! Will you vote this Thanksgiving weekend? http://www.conservative.ca/cpc/commit-to-vote/
    Oct 09, 2015 9:42 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Thanks to Amit Gupta, owner of Coffee Culture Café in Ajax, for supporting low taxes, a balanced budget, and keeping us caffeinated during #elxn42!
    Oct 08, 2015 8:41 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    A re-elected Conservative Party of Canada - Parti conservateur du Canada Government will provide new benefits for moms and dads having a baby. We will provide up to 18 months of job protection for new parents and the option to stretch Employment Insurance (EI) benefits over 18 months. Parents who are interested in earning additional income or starting their own business while at home with their babies will also be able to do so without affecting their EI benefits. Conservatives are committed to support for new moms and dads as they adjust their work and home lives to the new responsibilities of parenthood. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v59daSa3sMI
    Oct 07, 2015 7:43 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    This is great news for our economy, job-creating trade and investment, and Canada’s future. Canada will now be the only G7 nation with free trade access to all of the US and Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific continents – that’s over 60% of the world’s economy. Every sector and region of the Canadian economy will benefit from the TPP, including the auto sector, agriculture, and our supply-managed agricultural sectors. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/tpp-trade-deal-reached/article26648472/
    Oct 05, 2015 9:04 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Oct 04, 2015 11:18 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Another enthusiastic group of volunteers out for a canvass across Ajax today! Thanks for all your support.
    Oct 03, 2015 5:01 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Out canvassing with an enthusiastic group of volunteers today!
    Oct 02, 2015 12:58 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Today, alongside Dr. Kellie Leitch, I announced new measures that a re-elected Conservative Party of Canada - Parti conservateur du Canada would take to stop child and forced marriage, and other barbaric cultural practices against girls and women. Every year, millions of girls and young women are forced into marriage, and victimized by heinous practices including so-called ‘honour’ killings and other forms of violent abuse. We will continue to speak out against these barbaric practices that have no place in Canadian society and we will protect the victims. A re-elected Conservative Government will… - Invest $12 million in funding to prevent child and forced marriage in war zones, including Syria and Iraq - Establish an RCMP tip line that citizens and victims can call with information about incidents of barbaric cultural practices in Canada or to notify authorities that a child or woman is at risk of being victimized. - Establish RCMP integrated units in Canada’s major cities to enforce the changes made under the Zero Tolerance for Barbaric Cultural Practices Act. - Invest $20 million to renew the Human Trafficking Action Plan for an additional 5 years. Read more here: http://www.conservative.ca/the-hon-chris-alexander-and-the-hon-kellie-leitch-announce-measures-to-stop-barbaric-cultural-practices-against-women-and-girls/
    Oct 02, 2015 9:28 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Oct 01, 2015 5:50 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering

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    Great to see our Canadian economy continue to grow with a GDP increase of 0.3% in July, following an increase in June of 0.4%. This is two straight months of impressive performance. The protection of our economy is our number one priority. Our Conservative Government will continue to focus on creating new jobs and making life more affordable for Canadians. http://bit.ly/1KSGpqw
    Sep 30, 2015 5:19 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Today, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that a re-elected Conservative Party of Canada - Parti conservateur du Canada government will help more than 700,000 Canadian families own their own home. Our plan consists of common-sense policies that will support home affordability, make it easier to buy and invest in a family home – particularly for first-time home buyers – and encourage responsible homeownership. Read more here: http://www.conservative.ca/cpc/700000-new-homeowners/
    Sep 29, 2015 3:07 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Sep 29, 2015 8:45 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Sep 28, 2015 11:58 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    This is the new reality in Syria and Iraq: a literal army of recruits from around the world has joined this murderous terrorist outfit, the so-called Islamic State. We must continue to do everything in our power to keep Canada safe, including by working with allies to disrupt and ultimately eliminate ISIS. http://nyti.ms/1VfTnJ6
    Sep 28, 2015 11:21 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    We cannot let Thomas Mulcair and the NDP kill Canada's start-up scene! Technology, health sciences, digital media and design, and the start-up enterprises that feed these dynamic sectors, are among the fastest-growing fields for job creation in Canada over the past decade. These are sectors that attract many immigrants to Canada, including via our hugely popular Start-Up Visa for entrepreneurs. Canada's start-up ecosystem, including successive plans to lower taxes, have made Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver among the best cities in the world for startup entrepreneurs. I've had the opportunity to meet with many startups and their founders across Canada -- from Zeetl Inc. in Vancouver to Ara Labs in New Brunswick -- and these startups are bringing innovative business ideas to Canada which help to fuel economic growth and job creation. Let's keep Canada's startup scene strong! http://bit.ly/1YFGk2G
    Sep 25, 2015 10:12 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Sep 25, 2015 8:45 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Sep 24, 2015 12:05 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    From my family to yours, wishing all those celebrating Eid al-Adha a very blessed and joyous celebration. Eid Mubarak.
    Sep 24, 2015 11:55 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    Great to be out canvassing in Ajax yesterday as the beautiful weather continues.
    Sep 24, 2015 11:13 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    In this election campaign there is one issue that is at the top of people’s minds in Ajax and across our country: That issue is jobs. How do we protect our fragile Canadian economy amid global uncertainties — in China, Europe and elsewhere? How do we ensure Canada’s strong economic performance over the past nine years is even better in the years to come? In other words, how do we build the Canadian economy of the future? In this election campaign the Conservative Party of Canada has been giving credible answers to these hard questions. As Conservatives, we know we will only retain and create new jobs by keeping taxes low for business, and especially small business. We will grow our economy by securing major free trade deals in the Americas, Asia and Europe. Most of all, our prosperity will depend on a workforce whose skills and talent are second to none — thanks to apprenticeships in skilled trades, on-the-job training, colleges and universities committed to meeting the needs of employers. We must also make strategic investments in key sectors like manufacturing — which is why Prime Minister Harper has made campaign platform commitments in recent days to the Advanced Manufacturing Hub, the Investment and Trade Promotion Office and the Manufacturing Technology Demonstration Fund. Our Conservative government’s Economic Action Plan remains totally focused on protecting Canada’s economy and creating jobs. Canada’s economy created 1.3 million net new jobs since the depths of the global recession – one of the strongest job creation records in the G-7. In fact, not only are more Canadians working than before the recession, there are more Canadians working than ever before in our country’s history. We will continue to focus on creating good, well-paying jobs for Canadians. A re-elected Conservative government will aim to create a further 1.3 million new jobs by 2020. The Liberals and NDP would run permanent deficits and raise taxes — slowing job creation and driving away investment. Only Prime Minister Harper’s Conservative government can be trusted to protect our economy and create new, well-paying jobs in the next four years. http://chrisalexander.conservative.ca/2015/09/23/78/
    Sep 23, 2015 12:06 pm | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering
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    A fitting tribute to the RCAF, RAF and the Canadians that flew with them -- and a reminder that air power still matters. http://bit.ly/1KPVSuW
    Sep 23, 2015 11:58 am | Ontario, Ajax—Pickering

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