Pleased to join local elected officials including MPP Steve Clark and Warden Patrick Sayeau and community members in paying tribute to Ron Holman for his 33 years of service on municipal council.December 30, 2019
We’re here to serve you! Over the past year we’ve added hours at our satellite offices in Gananoque and Westport, opened a second full time office in Kemptville, and expanded our hours in Brockville. Come see us - you’ll be greeted with a smile!
✅ Passport services in Gananoque and Westport every Monday.
✅ Complete constituency services Monday- Friday in Kemptville & Brockville
✅ Supporting constituency efforts, and parliamentary activities in Ottawa
Great to join Wsanec Leadership School students from Brentwood Bay, BC under the Experiences Canada student exchange program with Rideau District High School. We had a great tour of the Old Stone Mill in Delta!December 30, 2019
Local elected officials joined MPP Clark and me for a meeting with representatives from the International Joint Commission. It was a productive discussion - thanks to Sen. Bob Runciman for facilitating. 2019 has been a terrible year for many along the St. Lawrence River - we’ve asked the IJC to hold a public meeting in the coming weeks.August 31, 2019
It was a pleasure to participate in the grand opening of the Prescott Fire Department. Congratulations to the Mayor Todd and Council for seeing the project through to completion. Most importantly, thank you to the dedicated fire fighters for your hard work and your public service!August 31, 2019
It was great weather for the Leeds County Plowing Match. Thanks to the organizers and participants for continuing the tradition of first class leadership in Ontario’s rural community.August 31, 2019
For 65 years the Lions Club of Merrickville have been a shining example of what it means to serve and build the foundation for a strong community. Happy anniversary to members past and present, and best wishes for the next 65 years! #WeServeAugust 31, 2019
Congratulations to the Portland on the Rideau Historical Society for the unveiling of the commemorative plaque for Admiral Sir Charles Kingsmill. As a key figure in the birth of the Royal Canadian Navy, it’s fascinating that he lived here in our community and that his story will be reflected upon by generations to come.