Federal Minister of Health and Sturgeon River / Parkland Conservative candidate Rona Ambrose was the guest of the Rotary Club of Morinville Wednesday morning.
Ambrose’s roughly 20 minute presentation focused on two topics – the economy and national security.
Below are tow videos of Wednesday’s presentation.
Historically, the dramatic visit of a prime minister to the Governor General foreshadows a political
frenzy and sets off a gruelling sprint.
In the middle of a holiday weekend, Stephen Harper sounded the bell on a marathon, and the political
dynamic ushered in on Sunday morning is unlike any we’ve ever seen.
It became official after Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with Governor General David Johnson on Sunday: Canada’s 42nd election campaign is on.
Canadians will vote in a general election on October 19 following a 78-day campaign, more than double the usual length in recent decades. […]
Seniors and their families will have access to current mental health information and frontline health professionals who can help following the launch of the Government of Canada’s Seniors’ Mental Health Initiative. the project is a partnership between the government, Shoppers Drug Mart and the Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health (CCSMH). […]
The Government of Canada, Canadian Cancer Society, and the Running Room are partnering in what they are calling an innovative program to help quit smoking. The Run to Quit Smoking program launched July 28 and is designed to help participants learn to run 5 kilometres over a 10-week period while getting support to quit smoking. […]
The two men who would unseat Stephen Harper face two very different challenges this summer.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is about to discover how difficult it can be to regain political momentum once you’ve lost it. […]
In the dying days of a third mandate, federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver is about to spend the last summer before the October election consulting the provinces on a public pension reform that all governments, including his own, dismissed as unworkable five years ago. […]
We’ve been here before.
There was a time, in the not too distant past, when the NDP led the national polls, it appeared electoral revolution was at hand and the leader of the day, Ed Broadbent, was being spoken of as the next prime minister.