Tag Archives: MP Ted Hsu
Science Rendezvous On Saturday, May 11th Kingston joined thirty other Canadian cities by holding a Science Rendezvous event at the K-Rock Centre. Science Rendezvous is an event to connect the public with science in the laboratory and everywhere else. The showcase is aimed … Continue reading
I had the opporunitity to speak to Urban Planning students at Queen’s University and interested community stakeholders, responding to student presentations on how to improve Via Rail. Students talked about high speed rail, improving the local Via station, and marketing Via Rail to students amongst … Continue reading
Thanks to the Frontenac-Kingston Council on Aging for inviting me to their Open House. the Council on Aging office is located at 230 Brock Street. One important issue for the Council, which has come up in the House of Commons, … Continue reading
On March 16th I attended a town hall on Prison Overcrowding hosted by the Kingston and the Islands Federal Liberal Association. The discussion was very constructive and the 150 people in attendance drafted a petition, copies of which I will present in the House of Commons … Continue reading
My family and I took advantage of a sunny afternoon in Kingston to join skaters at Market Square. Photo Credit: Guillaume Nolet
PRESS RELEASE For immediate release MP Ted Hsu announces his support for Private Members’ Bill C-427 October 4, 2012 – MP Ted Hsu (Kingston and the Islands) is pleased to announce his support for Private Members’ Bill C-427, An Act … Continue reading
After a summer of meeting constituents, attending local events, knocking on doors, catching up on correspondence and research, it’s back to Ottawa. I’m looking forward to this legislative session, and getting back to regular correspondence over the web and social … Continue reading
Thank you to a group of youth in the riding who organized a fun night of trivia with questions on everything from Greek mythology to Justin Bieber! My wife Tara and I enjoyed the challenge and the opportunity to meet each of them.
Princess Street was closed to vehicles for a day during the third annual Princess Street Promenade — an event where local businesses and organizations set up stalls, demonstrations, and fun activities. I took advantage of the opportunity to make myself … Continue reading
Thanks to everybody at the Queen’s University Biological Station for their hospitality during my recent visit. Students were studying how human development affects bio-diversity and aquatic environments. Here their T.A. introduces me to a baby gray rat snake.