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Calling for the tax-free status on employer-provided health care benefits

Thank you to the many residents of Oakville North-Burlington who contacted me regarding the potential removal of tax-free employer-sponsored health care benefits.

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Helping at risk communities protect themselves from hate-motivated crimes

To help reduce hate-motivated crimes in Canadian, targeted communities were invited to apply for funding designed to enhance and improve security at their sites.

Federal Youth Advisory Council

Federal Youth Advisory Council up and running in Oakville North Burlington

Following in the footsteps of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, over 140 MPs have initiated Constituency Youth Councils across Canada with the goal of connecting young Canadians with opportunities for civic engagement and public service. The ...

Oakville First Emergency Responders

A national strategy for operational stress injuries made in Oakville

A substantial and unanimous report Healthy Minds, Safe Communities: Supporting our Public Safety Officers was tabled at Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security which provides a national strategy for operational stress injuries. The announcement was made ...

ConvoPlate

#ConvoPlate Keeps the Conversation Going for Mental Health in Oakville

On Friday, September 16, 2016 the Hon. Kevin Flynn, Oakville MPP and Ontario Minister of Labour passed on the #ConvoPlate to me in order to keep the conversation going on mental health.

Pam Damoff speaking at Terry Fox Kick Off

Thank you and Farewell Oakville Council

As I prepare to be sworn in as the first Member of Parliament for Oakville North-Burlington, I wanted to say a fond farewell to each of of you.

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Bringing the Environment to the Forefront: A Federal Liberal Candidate’s Perspective

Oakville and Burlington both have a long tradition of establishing and maintaining strong, healthy environments for their residents. As a result, the Oakville North–Burlington riding is home to some of the most beautiful green spaces ...

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Town of Oakville considers Restricting Water Bottle Sales

At the August 10th Council meeting, we will be voting on a motion brought forward by Councillor Elgar and I to restrict the sale of water bottles on all Town property, including parks.

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3rd Annual Oakville Black History Bike Tour

Cycle Oakville is pleased to lead the 3rd Annual Black History Bike Tour on Monday, August 3rd – a leisurely guided bicycle tour of historical landmarks celebrating Oakville’s ties to the Underground Railroad.

Pam Damoff by Parliament Hill

Why Your Vote is Important: A Federal Liberal Candidate’s Perspective

One refrain I hear all too often is, “What’s the point of voting?” In Halton, roughly 4 in 10 eligible voters chose not to execute their hard-won democratic right to elect their representatives, and only ...

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