VOTE 2015

Ballots set and advance voting open for October 19 Federal election

October 7, 2015   ·   0 Comments

The nomination deadline has passed and the ballots are firmed up for the upcoming October 19 Federal election.

Harper makes final push with area candidates

Conservative leader touts trade deal at York Region rally.

NDP candidate wants to “speak truth to power”

Some people change their name to something more suited to their personality or tailored to their life goals, but the name Brenda Power suits the NDP candidate for Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill just fine.

Transport, security highlight new riding’s all-candidates meeting

Both boos and cheers rained down on the Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill Federal candidates on Thursday at a spirited all-candidates meeting held at Dr. G.W. Williams Secondary School.

Candidates dig deeper on Canadian security issues

By Brock Weir Candidates vying for your vote in Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill did more to scratch the surface on Canada’s security issues, taking the stage ...

Newmarket-Aurora candidates set out social priorities

It was a packed house last week as five of Newmarket-Aurora’s Federal candidates laid out their priorities on social issues in an all-candidates’ meeting hosted by the ecumenical KAIROS and Holy Cross Lutheran Church.

Newmarket-Aurora has “appetite for change”, says Liberal Peterson

This isn’t the first time Kyle Peterson has carried the Liberal banner in Newmarket-Aurora in the midst of a Federal election; but in this, his second time out, there is something different in the air.

“Proof is in the pudding” for Conservative candidate Menegakis

“Stay the course” is a frequently heard mantra in the 2015 Federal Election both for supporters and detractors; but for those “naysayers” out there, Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill Conservative candidate Costas Menegakis says “the proof is in the pudding.”

Conservatives to skip Vote Smart debates

All-candidates' meetings organized by local university student "doesn't fit into campaign plan" says candidate Costas Menegakis.

Trudeau lays groundwork for deficit in Newmarket-Aurora stop

Awating Tuesday’s announcement of a technical recession, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau questioned, on a campaign stop in Newmarket-Aurora last week, how his NDP counterpart would be able to deliver on his promise of a balanced budget in the next year.

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