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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2018 9:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( former mp Kerry Lynne Findlay is also back in South Surrey White Rock , even after losing the by election to the liberals in a previously safe conservative riding )



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( new candidate Yvonne Robertson was nominated in Don Valley West , which is Kathleen Wynne's riding provincially but had been cpc in 2011 , although that mp appears to have retired and cpc found a new candidate )


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2018 7:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jonas Smith secures Conservative Party nomination for federal election

Smith says “it’s time for a change.”
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Jonas Smith officially secured the Conservative Party of Canada nomination to run for the sole Yukon seat during the next federal election.

“I would submit, respectfully, that it’s time for a change,” he told the News on Sept. 25. “I’ve been hearing from a lot of people they’re ready for a new perspective and someone who’s going to not only put in the miles but actually deliver on things that are important to Yukoners.”

Yukon Liberal MP Larry Bagnell did not return requests for comment.


Smith, 44, was uncontested.

He chalked this up, in part, to his prior experience in the “political machine” and knowing the movers and shakers in the territory.

“I was the only one to submit the application, but there were certainly others interested,” he said. “The more I talked to people the more people bounced it back to me and said ‘Well, you know Jonas, why don’t you think about running.’

“To be honest, I had not thought about it until relatively recently.”

Smith, a former bass player for a punk band, announced he was running for the nomination on Sept. 6. The period to apply expired two weeks later, on Sept. 20.

Smith served as campaign manager to former premier Darrell Pasloski during the 2011 territorial election. After Pasloski’s win, he worked as his executive assistant. Eventually, he took on the role of deputy chief of staff before moving into a position as executive director of the Klondike Placer Miners Association in 2016.

Currently, he is also the Yukon representative on the Conservative Party’s national council, a position he’s held for the last 2.5 years.

While still too early to unfurl a Conservative Party platform (the next federal election is slated for next October), Smith said ideas specific to the Yukon have started to be deliberated.

He said he’s focused on providing opportunities to Yukoners, in line with the ones available to his grandparents in the 1940s, then, later, his own parents.

“I think Yukon has a lot of potential, but, presently, the public sector is the number one employer,” he said. “I would like my children to have a lot more opportunity in the private sector. (The) government needs to set the stage for the private sector to provide economic prosperity to generate jobs, to generate tax revenue, so we can all enjoy the considerable standard of life here in the Yukon.”


https://www.yukon-news.com/news/jonas-smith-secures-conservative-party-nomination-for-federal-election/
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( Brad Redekopp was nominated in Saskatoon West , an ndp stronghold in downtown Saskatoon , he had previously ran against Brad Trost for the cpc nomination in another Saskatoon riding )

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( former mp Costas Menegakis was nominated in Richmond Hill , he gave up his campaign for the cpc nomination in Aurora Oak Ridges Richmond Hill when Leona Alleslev crossed the floor )



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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 11:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( Alan Keeso was just nominated as the cpc candidate in Kitchener South - Hespeler , he'll face rookie liberal mp Marwan Tabbara , an mp I can't recall ever seeing in the house of commons and comes with an extremely short political resume . his Wikipedia page mentions he graduated from the university of Guelph and worked at frito lay but that's about it .

the cpc riding members also defeated 2015 candidate of record Marian Gagne as she lost to Keeso )




Alan Keeso‏ @AlanKeeso · 2h2 hours ago


THANK YOU #Kitchener South--#Hespeler Conservatives for placing your confidence in me, to a team who helped us to finish strong, & friends & family for cheering us on. Renewing my pledge: I will not be outworked for our residents in KSH. Looking fwd to getting back to the doors!
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 11:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( also one candidate who won't be running for the cpc in 2019 after initially wanting to do so , is former Winnipeg mp Steven Fletcher , he just cancelled his cpc membership .

but unclear if he plans to stay in provincial politics , run as an independent or run for the Peoples Party )



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Today I resign my membership in the Conservative Party of Canada. I do so with a heavy heart but with principle, good public policy and a better Canada as my goal. Membership in the Conservative Party of Canada has proven to be useless.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Meet new Conservative MP candidate Alan Keeso

Served in Canadian reserves in infantry

News 08:52 PM by Namish Modi  Waterloo Chronicle|


Alan Keeso(left) has been named Kitchener South-Hespeler's candidate for the 2019 federal election. On the right is Andrew Scheer, the federal Conservative leader. - Conservative Party of Canada



Alan Keeso, the new Conservative MP candidate in Kitchener-South Hespeler, says competitive economy in the region as well as fiscal responsibility are a couple of the main issues facing the area.

“Primarily there is a big concern on fiscal responsibility, tax dollars going towards servicing the debt, versus services people that need, so there is a real call for return to fiscal responsibility (for) future generations, as well and what that debt is going to do them," he said.


The 35-year-old was born and raised in Listowel, but has travelled a fare bit for education, sports, and professional opportunities.


Keeso played hockey on a scholarship at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Massachussetts while he also earned two Master’s degrees at Oxford University; in biodiversity and business.



He also served in the Canadian reserves as an officer in the infantry in Vancouver before his time in the United Kingdom. When he returned from the U.K., he decided politics would be a good way to serve.

“It’s really a calling to serve, years ago, when asking the question, what’s the best way for me to serve, it was in our armed forces, i felt hat the skill set i had at the time was best put to use with boots on the ground in the infantry, and serving our country that way,” said Keeso.

Keeso says he has a very supportive family from his wife Jacqueline, as well has his parents and siblings in Listowel. He moved to the Kitchener South-Hespeler area this past summer, but has lived in the Region for a while.

The main facility of Keeso’s family’ sawmill, Keeso Ltd and Sons Ltd., burnt down in September in a devastating fire, but the cause of the fire was unknown.

In addition, Keeso worked a fare bit with Kitchener South-Hespeler MPP Amy Fee on her successful campaign and has also had some interaction with MP of Perth-Wellington, John Nater.

Keeso’s main competitor for a spot in the House of Commons in 2019 will likely be current Liberal MP Marwan Tabbara.


“I haven’t spoken to him yet, i’m sure at some point down the road, we will be connecting certainly in debate form we’ll be connecting there of course, i’m sure we’ll be in touch before long hee in the months ahead,” said Keeso.

“I want to congratulate Alan on his nomination. I look forward to meeting him and discussing important issues that impact Kitchener South-Hespeler,” Tabbara said in a statement. “I’m certain we will have different viewpoints on a range of topics but a healthy conversation and robust debate is what our community expects of us. I want to welcome him on his recent arrival in our great community, in which I’ve lived for the past 29 years.”


https://www.waterloochronicle.ca/news-story/8960522-meet-new-conservative-mp-candidate-alan-keeso/
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2018 8:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marty Morantz wins federal Conservative nomination



City councillor will run for Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley seat


CBC News · Posted: Oct 14, 2018 9:13 AM CT | Last Updated: October 14


City councillor Marty Morantz will be the Conservative candidate for the Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley riding in the upcoming federal election. (Jeff Stapleton/CBC)



City councillor Marty Morantz will be the Conservative candidate for the Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley riding in the upcoming federal election.

The councillor for Charleswood-Tuxedo-Whyte Ridge announced his bid for the federal Conservative nomination in May and said he wouldn't be seeking re-election to city hall.

In a tweet Saturday, the Tory electoral district association said Morantz had beaten out community advocate Stephen Barber for the spot.


"I'll be listening to the people of Charleswood, St. James-Assiniboia and Headingley to ensure your voices are represented in Ottawa," read a tweet from Morantz's twitter account Saturday.

"Defeating Justin Trudeau in 2019 will be about teamwork."

Morantz, first elected to city council in 2014, will run in the federal riding currently held by Liberal MP Doug Eyolfson.

The seat and its predecessors have gone back and forth between conservative parties and the Liberals over the past two decades. Eyolfson won the seat in 2015 by defeating Conservative MP Steven Fletcher by 6,122 votes.

Four candidates — Kevin Klein, Kevin Nichols, Ken St. George and former city councillor Grant Nordman — are vying to fill Morantz's spot as Charleswood-Tuxedo-Whyte Ridge councillor.

The 2018 Winnipeg civic election will be held Oct. 24.


https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/marty-morantz-federal-conservatives-nomination-1.4862358
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2018 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Former Brampton Conservative MP Seeback not ruling out nomination run in Dufferin-Caledon, blasting two other official candidates for being ‘disrespectful’ for challenging Conservative MP Tilson

By Abbas Rana Oct. 15, 2018


Former Brampton Conservative MP Kyle Seeback says he will make a decision about running in Dufferin-Caledon after the Oct. 22 municipal election.




Five-term Conservative MP David Tilson, left, is not seeking re-election in 2019. Former Queen's Park staffer Kevin Weatherbee, and manager of a local cab company Harzadan Khattra are now seeking the Conservative party nomination in the riding. Former Conservative MP Kyle Seeback could also run for nomination in the riding. The Hill Times photographs, and courtesy of Facebook and Kevin Weatherbee





The Conservative nomination in the coveted riding of Dufferin-Caledon, Ont., hasn't officially opened up yet, but a heated war of words is happening among Tories with one potential candidate blasting the two party-approved candidates for being “disrespectful” to challenge incumbent five-term MP David Tilson, who only recently announced that he won’t seek re-election in 2019. “The people that decided to challenge David in the nomination should take a long hard look in the mirror because David deserved the


https://www.hilltimes.com/2018/10/15/former-brampton-conservative-mp-seeback-not-ruling-nomination-run-dufferin-caledon-blasting-two-official-candidates-disrespectful-challenging-conservative/172208
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 7:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Conservative Party votes in new York-Simcoe representative


It's expected byelections will be called soon to officially fill seat after former MP Peter Van Loan retired from politics in September

about an hour ago by: Miriam King


Election official Kailey Vokes announces the winner of the nomination for candidate, as nominees Jason Verkaik, Heather Fullerton and Scot Davidson stand by. Miriam King/BradfordToday


Scot Davidson thanks supporters after winning the nomination as Conservative candidate for the federal riding of York-Simcoe. Miriam King/BradfordToday


Three candidates squared off to win the Conservative Party of Canada nomination for the federal riding of York-Simcoe, with Scot Davidson taking the title.

The lifelong resident of Sutton is a businessman and entrepreneur, and he was running against Bradford West Gwillimbury farmer Jason Verkaik and entrepreneur Heather Fullerton.

“Thanks to everyone for all their time today,” said Davidson, after winning the nomination in a vote at the Mount Albert Community Centre on Oct. 20.

“I had two really great candidates here, Jason and Heather. At the end of the day, we’re all on the same team. We’ve got to go out and win against the Liberals.”

Although the federal election is slated for October 2019, the expectation is byelections will be called shortly to fill the York-Simcoe seat and four other vacancies.

“I’m really looking forward to the byelection being called right away,” said Davidson.


A teary eyed Fullerton congratulated Davidson on winning the nomination.

“I’m thrilled that so many people came out and showed support for the Conservative Party,” she said. “It was a clean race.”

The vote was done with a ranked ballot. Voting members heard the candidates speak at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, and then they could vote between noon and 3 p.m.

At that point, the doors were locked, the polls closed, and the votes tabulated. It took 50 minutes before Davidson was declared the winner on the first ballot.

Before the vote, Verkaik said he expected the results to be close between the candidates.

“We have three qualified candidates. What I see here today is the enthusiasm for the York-Simcoe Conservative Party,” he said.

“It was a hard-fought race,” said election official Kailey Vokes, noting the key now is “to keep our Conservative army mobilized in York-Simcoe.”

In a previous interview with BradfordToday, Davidson said he wants to be “a person that people can reach out to. My whole campaign is about small business.”

Davidson said he also supports construction of the Highway 400-404 Connecting Link.

Among those attending the nomination meeting were retired York-Simcoe MP Peter Van Loan, former Conservative MPP for York-Simcoe Julia Munro and York-Simcoe MPP and Attorney General Caroline Mulroney.

The seat for York-Simcoe’s MP had been declared vacant after Van Loan announced earlier this year he would be retiring after nearly 15 years in office to return to practicing law, with the Aird and Berlis law firm in Toronto.

After that announcement, Davidson, Verkaik, and Fullerton were busy signing up new Conservative Party members and supporters for the Oct. 20 nomination meeting.

That enthusiasm translated into 513 party members qualified to cast a ballot for their candidate of choice.


https://www.barrietoday.com/local-news/conservative-party-votes-in-new-york-simcoe-representative-1096080
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 7:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( also nominated were Aino Laamanen in Nickel Belt , Ontario and Serge Gregoire in Laurentides Labelle , Quebec )



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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 3:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( news of a possible candidate in Beauce )



Posted on 24 October 2018 at 05h00 | Updated at 5am


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(Ottawa) At 12 months of the next federal election, the Conservative Party is already making efforts to dislodge Maxime Bernier in his own riding and ensure that the new political party he recently founded, the People's Party of Canada, Canada (PPC) remains a short


The battle that looms on the horizon between Andrew Scheer's troops and Maxime Bernier en Beauce, the riding he has held since 2006, could also be one of the most followed in the country next year.

In August, Mr. Bernier slammed the door of the Conservative Party to found his own political party after coming a hair to win the leadership contest in the spring of 2017. In a virulent outing, he accused the Conservatives of being a pale imitation of Justin Trudeau's liberals, in particular to maintain the supply management system for dairy products, eggs and poultry.

Richard Lehoux courted


For the past few weeks, the Conservatives have been courting a former municipal heavyweight in Beauce to defeat Maxime Bernier in his riding. According to information obtained by La Presse , Richard Lehoux, who was mayor of Saint


"He is thinking now," says Stéphanie Labbé, president of the Conservative Party of Beauce, about Richard Lehoux.

Ms. Labbé said that people who wish to run for the Conservative Party have until Saturday, October 26 to come forward.

In mid-September, Mr. Lehoux attended the general meeting of the conservative association of Beauce during which a new executive was elected in the wake of the departure of Maxime Bernier and some members of the executive. Mr. Lehoux then expressed the wish "to set up a strong team for the next election," reported Beauce Media on its website.

Some defections

At present, the Conservative Party of Beauce has some 327 members. " me Labbé, who claims not to have spoken with Mr. Bernier from "a tip" .

M me Labbé, who was alongside Maxime Bernier during the 2015 elections, refused to leave the Conservative Party to give a boost to the member for Beauce in the creation of his new political party, which only collects 1.4 % of voting intentions in the country, according to the latest probe unveiled by Nanos yesterday.

"Let's say that what he proposes does not really reflect my values. That's why I did not follow him. "

"Mr. Lehoux is in reflection. Surely we would be super happy if he showed up. He is a good person and he would be a good candidate for the party too. It would be able to properly rub Mr. Bernier, "said M me Labbé, who did not support Mr. Bernier during the leadership race because of the crusade he waged against the management of the offer. "My spouse is a farmer," she said.

She pointed out, however, that there was no animosity between her and Mr. Bernier. "He's someone I respect a lot and he's the one who gave me a chance. He came to pick me up and he taught me everything. I know how to run an election campaign, "she said.

The Beaucerons, "not libertarians"

Claude Morin, Mayor of Saint-Georges, the principal city of the riding of Beauce, is delighted to see Richard Lehoux wearing the colors of the Conservative Party.

"Richard's strength is that he knows the city very well. He knows our needs. He knows the projects in Beauce. He will make a very good candidate if he goes. I will probably support it. He has a good reputation in the county. He knows the electoral machine. He could make life difficult for Maxime Bernier. The Beaucerons, by nature, are not libertarians. We like team people, "he said.

Andrew Scheer's political lieutenant in Quebec, Alain Rayes, MP for Richmond Last week, he went to Rouyn


https://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/politique/politique-canadienne/201810/23/01-5201451-les-conservateurs-veulent-ravir-la-beauce-a-maxime-bernier.php
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( I don't know if Ajax will be as close a race as it was in 2011 or 2015 but its always a positive sign when there is multiple people interested in the nomination )


Conservative nomination candidates see competitive race in chief government whip’s riding in Ajax

By Abbas Rana Oct. 29, 2018


‘I wouldn’t want to be a Conservative running in Ajax’ in 2019, says chief government whip Mark Holland.




Paul Egli, former Ajax Conservative riding association president, left, is seeking his party’s nomination to succeed former Conservatives MP Chris Alexander who lost the 2015 election to Liberal MP Mark Holland. Two other candidates, not pictured, including Colin Hume and Nick Nikopoulos, are also planning to run for the nomination. As of last week, the Conservative Party had not set a nomination date. Photographs courtesy of Paul Egli, Chris Alexander's Twitter, and Hill Times file photo



Chief Government Whip Mark Holland won the 2015 election by a margin of more than 12,000 votes, but three Conservatives interested in seeking their party's nomination still describe the federal riding of Ajax, Ont., as "winnable," while the incumbent Liberal MP says he "wouldn't run as a Conservative in Ajax" in 2019. Colin Hume, a potential candidate, said he expects a repeat of the blue wave that swept the provincial Progressive Conservatives to power in Ontario. "[Ajax] tends


https://www.hilltimes.com/2018/10/29/conservative-nomination-candidates-say-won-ajax-ont-riding-provincially-june-winnable-federally-party-2019/173811
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Businesswoman takes on sitting MP in Cloverdale-Langley City

Tamara Jansen of Milner Village Garden Centre and Darvonda Nurseries picked to take on John Aldag.
Oct. 28, 2018 3:30 p.m./

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Langley businesswoman Tamara Jansen hopes to unseat a Langley-area member of parliament during next year’s federal election.

Jansen, the retired CEO of Darvonda Nurseries, expressed her intentions to run for political office this summer. That came after a number of public events where she spoke out about medically assisted dying, pro-life, and the Trans Mountain pipeline.

Well, Saturday night she won the Conservative Party of Canada nod, and will now take on current MP for Cloverdale-Langley City, John Aldag.


Conservative Langley-Aldergrove MP Mark Warawa has been supporting Jansen.

“She will be an incredible new Member of Parliament next year,” he tweeted after Saturday’s vote.

“Cloverdale-Langley City deserves a new MP that will represent them in Ottawa.”


https://www.langleytimes.com/news/businesswoman-takes-on-sitting-mp-in-cloverdale-langley-city/
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( also nominated were Iftikhar Choudry in Humber River Black Creek ( no word if current liberal mp Judy sgro even plans to run again but still an unlikely cpc target )


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( and Stephane Robichaud was nominated in Longeuil Charles Lemoyne , another unlikely cpc target )


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( also a competitive nomination meeting in Ottawa Centre , no word of who the candidates are though )


Ottawa Centre's candidate nomination race is officially underway. For the first time in over a decade, it will be a contested nomination.

Anybody who wishes to be eligible to vote at the nomination meeting must be a current member of the Conservative Party of Canada and residing in the Electoral District of Ottawa Centre.

If you aren't sure about whether your membership is valid, you can check by clicking here.

A piece of photo ID with proof of address is required to vote.

Agenda:

Doors open at 5:30pm

Speeches at 6:30pm

Voting from 7:00pm to 9:00pm




RSVP on Facebook!


When

November 15, 2018 at 5:30pm - 9pm


Where

Hellenic Meeting & Reception Centre
1315 Prince of Wales Dr
Ottawa, ON K2C 1N2
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https://www.ottawacentreconservatives.ca/nominationmeeting
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