Ottawa-Vanier Candidates Forum set for Thursday, 24 May at Sandy Hill CC


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    Please join us for a Public Consultation on September 20th at All Saints Church at 317 Chapel Street from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. to share ideas on Electoral Reform in Canada.

    Federal electoral reform is part of the Government’s stronger democracy agenda. The Government of Canada has committed to have a new voting system put in place before the next federal election. These reforms will be aimed at better representing the views of Canadians and improving public trust in our political system.

    Following a short presentation by Mark Holland, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Democratic Institutions, we will be asking the participants to share their ideas about Electoral Reform in Canada.

    This Public Consultation is open to all residents of Ottawa-Vanier, and we thank you for sharing this invitation with your network.

    If you require further information, please call us at 613-947-7961.

    Office of the Federal Riding of Ottawa-Vanier



    Nous vous invitons à prendre part à une consultation publique le 20 septembre à l’église All Saints au 317, rue Chapel, de 19 h à 21 h, portant sur la réforme électorale au Canada.

    La réforme électorale fait partie du programme de renforcement de la démocratie du gouvernement. Le gouvernement s’est engagé à instaurer un nouveau système électoral avant la tenue de la prochaine élection fédérale. Ces mesures de réforme auront pour but de mieux représenter les opinions des Canadiens et d’accroître la confiance du public à l’égard de notre régime politique.

    Suivant une brève présentation par Mark Holland, Secrétaire parlementaire de la ministre des Institutions démocratiques, nous vous inviterons à partager vos idées sur la réforme électorale au Canada.

    Cette consultation publique est ouverte à tous les résidents d’Ottawa-Vanier et nous vous invitons à partager les détails avec votre réseau.

    Pour toute autre question, composez le 613-947-7961.

    Bureau de la circonscription fédérale d’Ottawa-Vanier

Ottawa Vanier Climate Change Town Hall – come and have your say on July 11!

Ottawa Vanier Climate Change Town Hall – July 11, 6 pm – 7:30 pm

Richelieu-Vanier Community Centre, 300 Des Pères-Blancs

The Canada Climate Action consultations in Ottawa are coming to Ottawa Vanier on July 11. Councillors Fleury, Nussbaum and Tierney (TBC) will be on hand to meet and hear our thoughts on taking action on climate change.

Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna has invited all Canadians to share ideas to shape Canada’s approach to action on climate change.

The Town Hall will be held 6 pm – 7:30 pm.  We invite you and hope you can attend and have your say! Much like the many consultations held across Ottawa in recent weeks with MPs McKenna, McGuinty, Vandenbeld, McCrimmon, and Arya this is an historic opportunity for people to tell their elected representatives that climate change must be taken seriously. After the Town Hall, we will submit our climate solutions to the Minister.

The event is coordinated by Ecology Ottawa and co-hosted by Lowertown Community Association, New Edinburgh Community Association, Local Eco-Action Families (LEAF). Please invite your friends and share in your networks. We hope to see you July 11th!
Sophie Oliver on behalf of Local Eco-Action Families