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Covid-19 Update

Dear Constituents,

During this COVID-19 pandemic, my staff and myself will continue to serve the constituents of Niagara West. In order to maintain safety for everyone, we are available by appointment only. We will also continue to deliver all services over the telephone or via email.

I cannot stress the importance of reminding people not to panic, and to keep watch for our most vulnerable citizens. Please check on your elderly neighbours, and ensure that you leave supplies of essentials for those in need. You should continue to follow the recommendations from Health Canada and Niagara Health authorities. Canada has successfully made it through situations like this before and we will do so again.

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FUREY: Retail sector makes up less than 0.1% of Ontario cases, new data says

Anthony FureyPublishing date:Dec 02, 2020  •  Last Updated 2 days ago  •  3 minute read

A nurse talks with people in line at a Covid-19 testing center at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Ontario on Nov. 23, 2020. PHOTO BY AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES /Toronto Sun

Newly released open data from the Ontario government confirms, just in time for the Christmas shopping season, that the entire provincial retail sector has been directly linked to only 106 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began.

That would account for less than

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SIMS: B.C. emissions up despite highest carbon tax

Kris SimsPublishing date:Sep 12, 2020  •  Last Updated 2 months ago  •  3 minute read

B.C. Premier John Horgan speaks during a transit funding announcement in Surrey, B.C., on Tuesday September 4, 2018. PHOTO BY DARRYL DYCK /THE CANADIAN PRESS

Canadians be warned: British Columbia’s carbon tax is not working.

We pay the highest carbon tax in Canada and all we have to show for it are emptier wallets and higher emissions.

The B.C. government’s numbers show the province’s emissions have shot up 10% t

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Zoom on-line information session for Small Business

If interested in viewing the video of the information session of April 24, 2020, send email request to dean.allison@parl.gc.ca and a link and password will be forwarded to you.

More April 24th, 2020