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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 9:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bailey acclaimed as 2011 provincial PC candidate for Sarnia-Lambton
Posted 2 days ago


SARNIA — In front of a crowd of enthusiastic volunteers and supporters at the Kinsmen Centre here on June 30, current MPP Bob Bailey accepted the provincial PC nomination for Sarnia-Lambton for the 2011 election.


"I look forward to bringing the Tim Hudak message of accountability, integrity and practical, affordable and achievable fresh ideas to the people of Sarnia-Lambton," said Bailey. "I am excited and energized by the renewal of our party over the last year, and look forward to working with the people of Sarnia-Lambton and other Ontarians — to return Ontario to its rightful place as the best province in confederation."

Ontario was always a leader in Canada and the province has always had the best jobs, hospitals, schools and roads in all of Canada, said Bailey. "Today that Ontario is in danger. Our province has slipped," said Bailey. "But our province has the natural resources, the skilled workforce, and the proximity to the American market necessary to return to our rightful place as Canada's economic engine."

Bailey was first elected to the Ontario Legislature in October 2007, and currently serves as vice-chairman of the Assembly's prestigious estimates committee as well as the Official Opposition critic of training and apprenticeships recognising his 30 years in industry at NOVA Chemicals' Corunna plant prior to entering politics.


http://petroliatopic.com/Artic.....?e=2651694
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 9:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( a new candidate Ken Davison is running for the ont pc nomination in London North Centre , the riding currently held by health minister Deb Matthews )


Candidate Nomination
Thursday, 24 June 2010 21:55 | Written by Ken Davison | | |

On June 14th 2010 I filed my Candidate nomination form for the PC Party of Ontario. This is the first official step of my plan to be Member of Provincial Parliament for London North Centre. I am now waiting for party approval. Once I am accepted by the party then there will be an election by the PC party members to determine who will represent the party. I now need my supporters to sign up for the PC party and be prepared to vote at a Candidate election which could occur at any time. You must live in London North Centre. You can check out if you live in London North Centre here. You can sign up as a party member here. Please let me know that you have signed up by sending me an emailThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

If you are a supporter of me but not the PC party consider signing up anyways to help me get elected as Candidate. If the PC party wins in London North Centre then at least someone you know will be MPP


http://kendavison.meditlondon.com/index.php
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2010 11:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

With Murdoch not running I guess we'll need a nomination up there. Be interesting to see if the party could recruit Michael Schmidt to run, Murdoch was a big supporter of his.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2010 1:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good article on BGOS nomination.

http://www.owensoundsuntimes.c.....?e=2658591
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 20, 2010 2:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Schmidt is running.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 26, 2010 1:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Karen Stinz is apparently being wooed to run in Eglinton-Lawrence, and this blog has some interesting things to say about the PC nomination in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound

http://bruceonthebruce.wordpre.....mpy-green/
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 9:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So the nominated slate so far is:

Salman Farooq in Pickering-Scarborough East
Jim Wilson in Simcoe-Grey
Bob Bailey in Sarnia-Lambton
Monte McNaughton in Lambton-Kent-Middlesex
Ted Chudleigh in Halton
Toby Barrett in Haldimand-Norfolk
Sylvia Jones in Dufferin-Caledon
Pam Hundal in Brampton-Springdale
Todd McCarthy in Ajax-Pickering
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Please check out my site www.kendavison.ca to keep up to date.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Check out my facebook, twitter and linkedin pages. Just go to www.kendavison.ca home page for the links
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( Marilissa Gosselin has been nominated as the ontario pc candidate in Glengary Prescott Russell sorry this article is in french try to get english and put it at bottom )


Publié le 15 août 2010 à 22h25 | Mis à jour le 15 août 2010 à 22h26

Elle se présentera sous la bannière progressiste-conservatrice dans Glengarry-Prescott-Russell

Une Franco-Ontarienne de Hearst fera la lutte à Lalonde
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C'est une Franco-Ontarienne native de Hearst qui représentera les Progressistes-conservateurs dans Glengarry-Prescott-Russel aux prochaines élections provinciales. Marilissa Gosselin se donne comme mission de faire oublier les années Harris, et de convaincre ses concitoyens de donner une nouvelle chance à son parti.
Alors que toutes les rumeurs l'envoyaient briguer la mairie de Clarence-Rockland, le député libéral Jean-Marc Lalonde a plutôt décidé de rester à Queen's Park, du moins jusqu'aux prochaines élections, a-t-il annoncé la semaine dernière. Qu'importe, les troupes progressistes-conservatrices ont procédé à la sélection d'une candidate pour représenter la circonscription, défendue au dernier scrutin par Denis Pomainville.

Mme Gosselin est comptable. Résidante de Forest Park depuis une dizaine d'années, elle est présidente de l'association du parti PC de son comté. Elle est mariée à Fred DeLorey, le directeur des communications du Parti conservateur fédéral.

La dame est bien consciente du mauvais souvenir qu'ont laissé les années de Mike Harris chez de nombreux francophones. « C'est impensable que je fasse campagne sans avoir l'ensemble de mes documents dans les deux langues. Mon site Web sera bilingue », assure-t-elle. Contrairement à celui de son parti.


Le chef conservateur Tim Hudak s'appuie beaucoup sur elle pour comprendre les intérêts des francophones, dit Mme Gosselin.

D'ici le scrutin d'octobre 2011, Mme Gosselin entend faire du porte-à-porte, de façon régulière.

L'Est ontarien n'a pas élu de candidats PC depuis le retrait de la vie politique de Noble Villeneuve, député de Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry, en 1999. Mais cela n'inquiète pas trop Mme Gosselin. Après tout, les électeurs du coin ont élu à deux reprises Pierre Lemieux, au niveau fédéral.


http://www.cyberpresse.ca/le-d.....alonde.php



Published August 15, 2010 at 22:25 | Updated August 15, 2010 at 10:26 p.m.

It arises under the Progressive Conservative banner in Glengarry-Prescott-Russell

A Franco-Ontarian Hearst will struggle to Lalonde


It's a Franco-Ontarian native of Hearst, who represent the Progressive Conservatives in Glengarry-Prescott-Russell in the next provincial election. Marilissa Gosselin's mission is to forget the Harris years, and convince his fellow citizens to give a new chance for his party.
While all the rumors sent him running for the mayor of Clarence-Rockland, Liberal MP Jean-Marc Lalonde has instead decided to stay at Queen's Park, at least until the next election, he announced last week. Whatever, the Progressive Conservative troops have carried out the selection of a candidate to represent the constituency, defended the last election by Denis Pomainville.

Ms. Gosselin is an accountant. A resident of Forest Park for a decade, she was president of the association of the PC Party of his county. She is married to Fred DeLorey, director of communications of the federal Conservative Party.

The lady is well aware of the bad memories left by the years of Mike Harris in many francophones. "It is unthinkable for me to campaign without having all my documents in both languages. My website will be bilingual, "she assures. Unlike that of his party.


The Conservative leader Tim Hudak relies heavily on her to understand the interests of francophones, "said Gosselin.

By the election of October 2011, Ms. Gosselin will go door to door on a regular basis.

Eastern Ontario has not elected candidates PCs since the withdrawal of political Noble Villeneuve, MP for Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry, in 1999. But that does not worry too Gosselin. After all, voters in the area have twice elected Pierre Lemieux, at the federal level.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( and the hotty contested haliburton kawartha lakes brock ont pc nomination is on september 18 )

Nomination to be decided Sept. 18
Posted By QMI AGENCY
Posted 4 hours ago


Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes- Brock Progressive Conservative party members will nominate a candidate to run in the October 2011 provincial election on Sept. 18.

There are four candidates in the nomination race: former MPP Laurie Scott, Isaac Breadner, Dorothy Sanderson and Rob Seabrook.

The party will have two polling stations with a morning vote at Pinestone Resort in Haliburton and an afternoon vote at St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School in Lindsay.


Scott stepped down as MPP in early 2009 to allow then party leader John Tory to seek a seat at Queen's Park after he failed to win in a Toronto riding in the 2007 provincial election.

But Tory lost the resulting March 5, 2009 byelection to Liberal Rick Johnson, following outrage among some riding voters who felt the byelection was unnecessary, which ultimately led to him resigning as party leader.

The riding includes Cavan Monaghan, North Kawartha and Galway-Cavendish and Harvey townships in Peterborough County.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( and in Perth Wellington the riding held by revenue minsiter and hst seller John Wilkinson , councillor Randy Pettapiece is seeking the ont pc nomination )


Following the regular meeting of North Perth council on Monday night, Coun. Randy Pettapiece announced his intention to seek the nomination of the Conservative party for Perth-Wellington in the provincial election.
“This decision has been made after careful consideration on my part, and much encouragement through party members throughout the riding,” Pettapiece said. “Having made my intentions known, I will not be running for council in this fall’s election.”
Pettapiece said his nomination papers were filed on July 22, and that this tough decision was made easier by the support he’s received by those around him. Pettapiece said he’s had a great experience on council for two terms, and suggests it to anyone interested.
“I’d encourage anybody to join council if they thought they’d like to contribute to their community,” he said.


http://www.northperth.com/news/article/91294
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 18, 2010 3:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marilissa Gosselin nominated Ontario PC candidate in Glengarry – Prescott – Russell

August 14, 2010

The Nation – Marilissa Gosselin, an accountant from The Nation Municipality, has been nominated as the Ontario PC candidate in Glengarry - Prescott - Russell for the next provincial election. Over 60 people came out Friday to show their support at the uncontested nomination meeting in Casselman.

“Ontario used to be the economic engine of this country. Under the mismanagement of the McGuinty Liberals, that is no longer the case,” Gosselin said in a speech to supporters. “We are now a have-not province. It is unacceptable and I want to do something about it and the best way is to help the Ontario PC Party form government.”

Gosselin, a 31 year-old mother of one, is currently the Ontario PC riding association president. Her time as president has seen the membership of the Party double and outstanding debts paid off.

“People are excited that we are now a strong alternative to the McGuinty Liberals and it is showing. Our Leader, Tim Hudak, and the rest of our team are working on a positive platform that will see the creation and protection of jobs, more accountability in government, and of course, tax cuts that will help families after years of tax increases by the Liberals.” Gosselin said.

One thing that is top of mind when speaking with voters in Glengarry – Prescott – Russell is the numerous scandals the McGuinty Liberals are dealing with and the lack of accountability.

“Every time we open the paper we read about another scandal from the McGuinty Liberals. From the billion dollar eHealth scandal, to the immigration funding scandal, to improper spending at Ontario Lotto, to introducing the HST without consulting Ontarians, to trying to sneak in a new eco-tax” Gosselin noted.

“And now we’re hearing of potential criminal activity at three different Government Ministries. As the scandals keep piling up, it’s clear that the McGuinty Liberals have grown tired and are out of gas. It’s time for change, and the Ontario PCs can deliver that.”

Between now and the election, the 31 year-old accountant said she looks forward to meeting with residents in Glengarry – Prescott – Russell and discussing positive alternatives to the McGuinty Liberals.

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For further information please contact:
Marilissa Gosselin Campaign
613.370.0132



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 12:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nazaar Shadir is running for the nom in Mississauga-Brampton South

http://www.nazaarshadir.com/index.html

Vic Gupta gunning for the Richmond Hill nomination

http://www.facebook.com/pages/.....344?v=wall
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 24, 2010 11:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm a volunteer for Nazaar Shadir's campaign for the PC nomination in Mississauga Brampton South. He was mentioned in the post above, but for those who don't feel like browsing through his site, I thought I'd post a little bit more information about him.

<b>Nazaar Shadir announces campaign for PC nomination in MBS riding, aims to fight out-of-touch liberal government</b>
<a href="http://www.nazaarshadir.com/temp/img/pg1.jpg"><img src="http://nazaarshadir.com/temp/img/thumb1.jpg"></a>

Progressive Conservative Nazaar Shadir is proud to announce that he plans to seek the PC Party nomination for the Mississauga—Brampton South riding. Shadir is a resident of the riding, and a dedicated conservative. He has pledged to fight the excesses of big government: wasteful spending, excessive taxation, and red tape.

To accompany this announcement, he has launched his campaign website, <a href="http://www.nazaarshadir.com">www.NazaarShadir.com</a>, making him the first prospective PC candidate in his riding to have done so.

Although this marks the first time that Shadir has sought public office, he has long been involved with the party. He is a member of both the MBS federal riding association, and the Mississauga East—Cooksville provincial riding association. He says that the wanton spending, unprecedented taxation and complacency of Dalton McGuinty’s Liberal government, have forced him to take action.

“They’ve gone too far,” Nazaar says, “and they’re out of touch. Real Ontarians want accountability, not reckless spending and new taxes. The HST, the eco-tax—haven’t the hard-working families of this province had enough of politicians raiding their pockets in order to cover their own incompetence?”

On his website, Shadir notes that the Mississauga—Brampton South riding is a heavily commercial and industrial area. With over ten years of experience as a realtor, Shadir has developed a thorough knowledge of its diverse constituents. The problem is, he says, that nobody is listening to them.

“Small business accounts for ninety-nine percent of business conducted in Canada,” he continues. “It’s common sense: the Liberal, tax-and-spend model of government is bad for business, and it’s bad for working people.”

Shadir sees new Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak as part of the solution. “Tim Hudak believes in economically responsible decision-making and sustainable solutions for Ontario’s economy, both now and in the future. He’s a leader with vision—the kind that we need to move forward.”

Nazaar Shadir encourages Mississaugans interested in real change to visit his <a href="http://www.nazaarshadir.com">website</a>, follow him on <a href="http://twitter.com/nazaarshadir">Twitter</a>, and add him on <a href="http://www.facebook.com/people/Nazaar-Shadir/824360721">Facebook</a>, or call <b>416 565 9955</b> for more information.

-Chris
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