Canadians deserve to be consulted via a referendum

Liberals say voting isn’t the best way to hear from Canadians. So let’s do some math… Last time there was a national referendum in Canada 9,855,978 people voted. That was nearly 72% turnout back in 1992. Without a referendum, to hear from the same number of people there would need to be ... Full Article

New Hamburg farm introducing foreign workers as part of community

Taken From: The Independent Every year many foreign workers call New Hamburg their home-away-from-home. Pfenning’s Organic Farm is hosting a “Film on the Farm” event to help put names and faces to some of these visitors to the community. The July 14 event will aim to educate attendees ... Full Article

First prime minister statue welcomed to Baden

Taken From: The Independent Sir John A. Macdonald finally found a home in Baden, and a crowd of dignitaries and citizens gave the statue of Canada’s first prime minister a warm Wilmot welcome on June 30. Several hundred people crowded around the fountain in Livingston Park, next to Castle ... Full Article

Cambridge advocate upset by defeat of organ donor registry bill

Taken From: The Record CAMBRIDGE — Susan Tremblett wanted an explanation. A Conservative private member’s bill to establish a national organ donor registry — with a mandate to co-ordinate and promote organ donation throughout Canada — was defeated by the governing Liberals, 171-131, ... Full Article

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 8th Annual Shredding Party a Huge Success!

June 6th, 2016 Kitchener, Ontario Office of Harold Albrecht, MP This past Saturday Harold Albrecht hosted the 8th annual ‘Shredding Party’. This is an event where constituents can take advantage of industrial sized shredding machines to destroy personal documents and also serves as an ... Full Article