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Tories acting callously on food safety
Monday April 30, 2012

Dear editor: Kitchener Centre Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth is acting recklessly, putting his community members’ health at risk.

Read the letter in the Guelph Mercury.





Get Home Insurance in Georgetown
Monday April 28, 2012

The importance of getting a good home insurance cannot be underestimated. Whether you a getting a new home or living in a house that has no insurance, experts highly recommend that you try and find a good home insurer that will reliably cover you in the case of any damages. It may be impossible to get the best home insurance cover due to financial constraints but the competition between existing and upcoming home insurance firms in Georgetown has seen to it that the prices become affordable. You therefore have no excuse not getting a home insurance.

There are several elements to be considered by one who is looking to get a home insurance cover. Reasonable and affordable rates are however on the high end of the spectrum among the several considerations to be made. Finding an insurance firm with a good insurance rates and quote is not as difficult as it may sound. In fact, there are several Georgetown home insurance websites that are specifically dedicated to comparing the quotes of existing insurance firms together with the services they offer. Such information can be of great help for those seeking to find affordable price rates. It is vital that the rates are within your lifestyle as the rates are recurrent.

As much as one would prefer going for companies that have been in the industry for quite a long time and seem to be more experienced, experts agree that you should also look for options in startup insurance companies. This is because they tend to offer better services in their bid to outdo more experienced firms. The increase in the number of homes in Georgetown has triggered an increase in new insurance firms to counter the increased client demand. Upcoming Georgetown home insurance companies tend to have better policies and rapid policy implementation.

Customer service is a big issue in any service delivery industry and same applies to the home insurance firms. Efficient customer service such as customer care response to one's questions is vital. Getting a good customer delivery oriented firm shouldn't be as difficult as you may think. All you need to do is take to the internet and read the reviews posted by customers about the service delivery of a firm of interest. You could also talk to a professional advisor so that they may explain to you the advantages and disadvantages of opting for different firms. The expert's opinion can be of great help.





Guelph city councillors to urge feds to continue Katimavik program
Wednesday April 25, 2012
City councillors voted unanimously this week to lobby the federal government in an attempt to save the Katimavik youth volunteering program.
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Salisbury’s pitch got a boost from Guelph MP Frank Valeriote, who sent a letter to councillors urging them to support the program.

Read the full story in the Guelph Mercury.






A Call for Nominations: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
Wednesday April 18, 2012


A medal has been created in honour of the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne and for her service to this country as well as to honour significant contributions and achievements by Canadians. 

Do you know someone who has made a significant contribution to the City of Guelph or our country?





MP believes local CBC radio station will go ahead, even in the face of budget cuts
Monday April 16, 2012
Guelph MP Frank Valeriote certainly understands why people would be skeptical that the CBC will continue with its plan to open a regional radio station in Kitchener this year given that the federal government has cut its operating budget by 10 per cent — $115 million — over the next three years.

Read the full story in the Waterloo Record.




Jet plane fiasco should trouble Canadians
Tuesday April 10, 2012

The Conservative government’s mismanagement of the replacement for Canada’s aging CF-18 was made clear in the latest report of the auditor general of Canada released this week.

What is clear is that Stephen Harper’s government has dedicated more time to misleading the House of Commons and Canadians than ensuring that the F-35 is the right plane at the right price and can meet all of the technical needs of our Canadian Forces.

Read the full column in the Waterloo Record.






Conservatives Not Fooling Canadians With Jobless Budget
Monday April 2, 2012
Guelph MP Frank Valeriote expressed his disappointment with the Conservative government's jobless budget today.

Read the full press release.




Guelph MP gets answers on Canada’s Economic Action Plan
Sunday April 1, 2012

Frustrated by the lack of answers he was getting to questions during Question Period in the House of Commons, Guelph MP Frank Valeriote turned to the more thorough Orders for Return process recently when he wanted answers to questions about the Conservative government’s Canada’s Economic Action Plan.

Read the full story in the Guelph Mercury.




FREE TAX SESSIONS TO HELP THOSE IN NEED
Wednesday March 14, 2012



 

 
Frank question’s the Conservative government on their role in the voter suppression tactics
Monday February 27, 2012


Frank's statement congratulating the elevation of cardinal Thomas Collins
Monday February 27, 2012


 

 
Frank`s statements during debate of Bill C-6
Thursday June 23, 2011

Frank presents a petition supporting the CBC and Radio-Canada
Thursday March 10, 2011
Mr. Speaker, I am honoured today to present a petition signed by over 1,000 constituents from my riding of Guelph who are calling on the Prime Minister to reaffirm the importance of Canada's national public broadcaster.
 


 
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Saturday January 21, 2012
FIRST NATIONS OF CANADA “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”
Thursday January 19, 2012
Town Hall on new Citizenship and Immigration policies
Wednesday January 18, 2012
Where will our food come from in the future?