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A New Position for Christine Elliot

Former Whitby-Oshawa MPP has been assigned a new position. Last summer, Christine Elliot resigned from politics. Recently, she was appointed as the first Patient Ombudsman in Canada. Christine Elliot first joined politics to help improve the healthcare system. She looks forward to applying the experience that she gained as an MPP and Health Critic for … Continue reading

Mentoring Month

Did you know that January is National Mentoring Month? It may be a good time to consider finding a mentor to help you on your career path. “An experienced advisor can steer you along a career trajectory, navigating around professional obstacles and raising your profile with senior executives.” – source If you are a newcomer … Continue reading

Newly Arrived Refugees

In December, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory welcomed a small group of 214 Syrian refugees at Toronto Pearson International Airport. The event has drawn international attention to Canada. The editors of the New York Times stated that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ‚Äúspoke unmistakably … Continue reading

Change is Coming

Are you aware of how your family finances might change under the new Trudeau government? The Liberal party campaigned on key measures that will likely effect you. Some of the changes include: Middle Class Tax Cuts (as much as $670/year) Tax Increases for High Earners (more than $200,000/year) A New Canada Child Benefit (replacing Universal … Continue reading