Kathleen Foster Treasurer
Bob McClelland President
Howard Brouwer Secretary
Serving The Cities of:
and South St. Catharines
If you saw our Prime Minister's recent speech to supporters at the Calgary Stampede, you'll know that's not all we've accomplished together. On the weekend, he reminded us that:
We've added over one million net new jobs since the recession — overwhelmingly, those jobs are full-time, high-paying, private-sector jobs;
Our banks are the soundest in the world, according to the World Economic Forum, and Canada is the best place in the world to do business, according to Forbes and Bloomberg; and
We've lowered taxes by over $3,400 for the average family — and our tax cuts have primarily benefitted the middle class. As a result, Canada's middle class is now the richest in the world, according to the New York Times.
We've accomplished all this and more while pushing Canada's budget closer and closer to balance. And once the budget is balanced, we'll use our fiscal room to do what we promised – cut taxes even more for hard-working Canadians families.
But all this is at risk if we don't keep working together.
The Liberals and NDP are proposing expensive tax, spend, and borrow schemes that would make the worst European budget look solid.
They would reverse the progress we've made together.
The stakes are simply too high to let that happen.
Conservative Party of Canada
Niagara Centre, the very Heartland of the Niagara Region with its rich history has in the past made a colossal contribution to Canada's economic and industrial development.
The famed Welland Canal extends from Port Colborne through the city of Welland, home of the admired late Ellis Morningstar who served as a conservative provincial member 1951- 1975 during the time Niagara College was established.
As well Allan Pietz served Welland as Mayor for many years also served a the federal conservative member from 1984 to 1988, during which time the rerouting of the canal allowed for the establishment of Merritt Island and other recreational lands.
The canal's twin flight locks located in the historic city of Thorold is considered an engineering marvel even by today's standards.
The canal progresses through the cosmopolitan city of St Catharines where Brock University was established in1964 thanks to the conservative government lead by John Roberts and has since grown along with Niagara College into two of the largest employers in the Niagara Region.
The Niagara Centre Conservative Association is committed to having this riding restore its illustrious reputation as a productive region, promoting individual initiative, ingenuity and encouraging ample opportunity for progress by electing a conservative member of the government of Canada.