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NFU Youth in Ottawa

Posted on March 26, 2015

In the middle of a busy day, it was great to have a chance to meet with the young members of NFU Youth. Some excellent discussion around how best to support new farmers in Canada and beyond.

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Standing Order – Recognizing Wayne Dickeson

Posted on March 25, 2015

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Mr. Speaker, I rise to recognize Wayne Dickieson for his induction into the Atlantic Agricultural Hall of Fame.

A resident of North Rustico, P.E.l., Wayne graduated from Macdonald College in 1964 and worked with the P.E.I. department of agriculture in several capacities but, key, as a dairy specialist until his retirement in 2001.

Beyond professional work, he served as registrar-treasurer of the P.E.I.
Institute of Agrologists, on the board of Eastern Breeders and EastGen, as secretary-treasurer of the P.E.I. branch of Holstein Canada, and more.

Wayne dedicated himself to the care and showmanship of livestock for well over 40 years, standing as an official judge with Holstein Canada, where he has presided over shows in five provinces, the U.K., Isle of Man, and Colombia, as well as extensive work with Semex Canada in Iran.

He and his wife Flora and son David operate Birkentree Holsteins, which received a Master Breeder award from Holstein Canada in 2006.

We thank Wayne for his life’s work in the agricultural community and beyond.

Congratulations.

Statement – P.E.I. Power Cable Funding Announced

Posted on March 20, 2015

HUNTER RIVER – Wayne Easter, MP for Malpeque, welcomes today’s federal government announcement of $50 million dedicated to placing two new electrical cables to Prince Edward Island running under the Northumberland Strait.

“Today’s announcement is an admission that the decision by the Harper Government to cancel the fully funded federal commitment to a transmission cable in 2005 was a mistake. The original commitment was $77 million dollar funding budgeted for by the previous government. With the costs of this project now at $150 million, this covers only one third of the needed funding.”

The original funding committed by the federal Liberal government of Paul Martin fully funded this initiative. The Conservatives canceled the signed agreement when they came to power in 2006.

Statement: Islanders Show Concern for Bill C-51

Posted on March 13, 2015

CHARLOTTETOWN – Wayne Easter, MP for Malpeque made the following statement: “I was glad to be able to engage in discussion with Islanders who rallied through […]

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2015 Tax Tips

Posted on March 11, 2015

Please note: To avoid fees and penalties, submissions are due April 30. For further information, please consult www.cra-arc.gc.ca. First time house buyer? Did you know you can […]

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Family Skate in Crapaud – March 15

Posted on March 10, 2015

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Dairy Farmers of Canada on the Hill

Posted on February 25, 2015

Was great meeting with the Dairy Farmers of Canada here in Ottawa. Liz Maynard joins us in this picture after a very informative discussion. 

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Letter to the Editor: Building Better Anti-Terrorism Laws

Posted on February 25, 2015

Dear editor, In the wake of the deadly attacks on military officers in Quebec and on Parliament Hill last October, we must consider how to best […]

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Letter to the Editor: Snow removal work crews deserve thanks

Posted on February 21, 2015

This letter was published in the PEI Guardian February 21, 2015. Editor: I am writing to commend the various public and private snow removal crews who […]

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Question in the House on Min. MacKay’s Judicial Appointments

Posted on February 17, 2015

Monday, February 16, 2015, I rose in the House to ask the Minister of Justice, Peter Mackay, to explain his record of questionable appointments: Mr. Speaker, […]

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