Monthly Archives: July 2012
Welcome Minister Nicholson, but in this riding we call it the ‘Government of Canada’, like Sir John A. Macdonald would, not the ‘Harper Government’. Media Advisory – Harper Government Will Make an Announcement About Culture in Kingston OTTAWA, July … Continue reading
The Canada Day celebrations in front of City Hall offered a great opportunity to meet with constituents and, of course, celebrate our wonderful country.
KINGSTON, Ontario April 23, 2012 To: Hon. Jason Kenney Minister, Citizenship and Immigration Canada Dear Mr. Kenney, Kingston’s Citizenship and Immigration office, under different departmental names, has been in existence, serving the complex needs of Kingston and area, … Continue reading
The democratic process requires the ready availability of true and complete information. In this way people can objectively evaluate the government’s policies. To act otherwise is to give way to despotic secrecy. - Pierre Elliot Trudeau On July 10, 2012 … Continue reading
There is a restricted document with guidelines on how cabinet ministers should restrain using their powers during an election. It’s not public, but a copy was obtained by a researcher in 2011 through an Access to Information request and can … Continue reading
I attended three high school graduations this June at Bayridge, QECVI and LCVI. Seeing these students and their proud parents on such an important day is a very special experience. I was also able to present the new “Ted Hsu … Continue reading
A relatively new event in Kingston, Veteran’s Appreciation Day at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 560 was a fantastic way for me to talk to and learn from current and past members of the Canadian Forces.
Minutes after the Death of Evidence Rally on Parliament Hill, Minister of State for Science and Technology, Gary Goodyear, put out a press release about government funding for research and development. I’ve responded with a letter to the editor in … Continue reading
A very successful event promoting equality and diversity. I attended the Kingston Pride Parade with my family and was happy to speak about the importance of celebrating and embracing diversity in Canada.
On Tuesday July 3rd at 6pm a new episode of The LOCAL View with Ted Hsu will air. This episode runs throughout July. Check here for other times. Join me with the following local guests as we talk about what visitors … Continue reading