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Wayne Easter, MP


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I am committed to bringing your voice to Ottawa, by ensuring your concerns are heard and working with you to create opportunities for growth in our province.

Tryon Realignment Project a Disappointment

Posted on November 21, 2014

For Immediate Release

HUNTER RIVER – Malpeque MP and Liberal Public Safety Critic, Wayne Easter, is disappointed by the poor planning of the new highway realignment project in Tryon.

“It appears the safety concerns expressed by those in the community, the owners, and parents and families of children who attend the provincially licensed Early Learning Centre, Merry Pop-Ins Childcare Centre, have gone unheard.”

Easter questions the wisdom of designing an arterial highway, the sole purpose which is to bypass communities for the safe and efficient transport of goods and people, on the doorsteps of an Early Learning Centre where vehicles with children in them enter and exit daily.

“It is my hope that the provincial government can alleviate the safety concerns of those in the area with short term measures such as a reduced speed zone, flashing lights, and RCMP patrols; and accommodate the needs of rural Islanders by providing a more logical and safer accommodation for the patrons of Merry Pop-Ins Childcare Centre.”

The Canadian Federation of Students

Posted on November 19, 2014

Yesterday I met with The Canadian Federation of Students to discuss important issues facing students all over Canada.


PEI Municipal Elections

Posted on November 18, 2014 | No Comments

It was my privileged to rise in the House and congratulate Islanders on a great election following the November 3rd municipal elections.

Election SO

Mr. Speaker, I rise in the House to recognize all those who participated, in any number of ways, in the municipal elections held on Monday, November 3, in P.E.I. This, in fact, was the first time all incorporated municipalities held elections at the same time.

I would especially like to congratulate all the candidates themselves. Whether they were successful in winning their wards or not, democracy is the victor. Running as a candidate at any level of government is both a challenging and rewarding experience.

My sincere thanks to all who ran for putting their names on the ballot, for putting their ideas forward in an open debate, and for trying to enhance and improve their communities. A high number of quality individuals put their names forward, and each and every one of them should be proud of their efforts to engage, contribute, serve, and better their communities.

To conclude, I am sure I have the support of the House in wishing all candidates, new and re-elected members, all the best in their duties going forward.

Hike the Hill Day

Posted on October 21, 2014

Was a pleasure to meet with some East Coasters to talk about the importance of credit unions here in Canada. The credit union system employs 27850 […]

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Statement in the House Commending Sterling MacRae

Posted on October 21, 2014

Yesterday, it was my privilege to stand in the House and highlight an exceptional Islander.  Transcript: Mr. Speaker, I rise to commend Mr. Sterling MacRae for […]

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Canadian Arts Coalition on the Hill

Posted on October 21, 2014

During a busy day of meetings, it was great to meet with the Canadian Arts Coalition which gives a voice to various sectors of arts community. Both […]

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Morning Meeting with Sports Matters

Posted on October 21, 2014

This morning, it was my pleasure to meet with members of Sport Matters. This organization does great work in advocating the importance of sport in a […]

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Statement in the House on the late Nancy MacLean

Posted on October 8, 2014

Wednesday, October 7, 2014, it was my distinct pleasure to rise in the House of Commons to pay tribute to an esteemed Islander and friend.  Please […]

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Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health

Posted on October 7, 2014

It was a pleasure today to discuss the importance of a national strategy for mental health and the importance of the issue here in Canada with the Canadian […]

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Talking Trade with Ford Motor Company

Posted on October 7, 2014

Great to meet with James and Mike from Ford Motor Company this morning to talk about trade and Canadian competitiveness in the global economy. They just […]

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