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Canada Summer Jobs Now Accepting Applications

I am pleased to announce that the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) Program is officially accepting applications for summer 2019. The Canada Summer Jobs program provides employers the chance to create much-needed summer job opportunities for young Canadians, while strengthening our local economies and communities. These summer jobs allow for youth to gain experience, learn new […]

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Canada Post Strike Chaos Could Cancel Your Municipal Vote If You Live In Rural Ontario

Ontario municipal elections are set for October 22, 2018. Canada Post workers are in a strike position as of September 26. Last Friday, Chief Administrative Officers (CAOs) from a number of our municipalities sent an urgent email to me because a strike will impact the mail-in ballots. Last night I was told Canada Post said […]

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NEWS RELEASE Firearms Owners Unite In Opposition to C-71

Democracy Under Fire

The protection of the lawful rights of people who use or own firearms is all about freedom in a democratic society. The decision by the party of Trudeau to once again attack the right to own, use, and enjoy private property must be stopped. Our future as a democracy depends on it. I would like to thank […]

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Ordinary to Extraordinary: Celebrating International Women’s Day

I am celebrating International Women’s Day by sharing stories from the Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario (FWIO). ‘Ordinary to Extraordinary’ is a collection of real-life stories of 150 women that were compiled as a project to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. A big thank-you to Irene Robillard, Burnstown Women’s Institute, FWIO Canada 150 Chair, who put […]

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MP Cheryl Gallant Announces Funding Available for Muskrat Lake Clean-Up

I am pleased to confirm  applications are now open, with over 15 million dollars available from existing federal environmental funding programs, for the 2018-19 season for environmental programs for projects like the clean-up of Muskrat Lake. We have a serious toxic algae problem in Muskrat Lake. I encourage the Muskrat Lake Watershed Council and any […]

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MP Cheryl Gallant Receives Support From Faith Community

In a special meeting called for clarification, I received wide support from members across the Ottawa Valley faith community to oppose changes made to the 2018 Canada Summer Jobs Program. The decision by the Liberal Party to discriminate against people of faith is being widely condemned by a large cross section of residents in the riding. […]

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Merry Christmas

Take time during the rush of the holidays to enjoy the things in life that really matter. During this time of faith and family, may the true meaning of Christmas fill you with joy. This Christmas, we give thanks for the blessings God has granted to our community and in each of our lives. May […]

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Canadians encouraged to speak out and take action against gender-based violence

Show your support for survivors and those affected by violence during the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence I invite constituents to  participate in the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence. The recent, high profile murders of Anastasia Kuzyk, Nathalie Warmerdam, and Carol Culleton shine a light on the immediate need for activism […]

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New Ottawa River Watershed Council Creates Uncertainty

The new Ottawa River Watershed Council the liberal party is proposing is creating uncertainty for property owners in the Ottawa Valley. In addition to affecting property values, people who work at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories in Chalk River have every reason to be concerned for their jobs also. The loss of tens of thousands of jobs […]

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