Meeting with Constituents
I want to thank everyone who took the time to meet with me during constituency week. It is always a pleasure to be able to talk to members of our Kanata-Carleton community on the issues that matter the most to them. Our constituency office is always happy to answer any inquiry you may have on federal agencies and departments. Send us an email at Karen.McCrimmon@parl.gc.ca or give us a call at 613-592-3469.
West Carleton Arts Society
The West Carleton Arts Society hosted a great event in Carp that supported and allowed guests to meet the artists. I was happy to deliver some brief remarks and support local artists in our community. I always love meeting and talking to such talented individuals who excel and have tremendous dedication to the work they create.
Scaring is Caring
I want to thank councilor Allan Hubley for organizing the Scaring is Caring event at Saunders Farm. This event is organized in support of youth mental health and a portion of the proceeds collected by Saunders Farm is donated to the Youth Services Bureau. Youth Services Bureau is an organization devoted to helping the youth in our own community and it does amazing work. This event is fun for the whole family and I recommended it for next year.
Thank you for your feedback!
In the last year I have asked for your input on important subjects such as climate change, electoral reform, and defence policy. I have compiled several reports based on your important feedback and shared it with the appropriate Ministers. You can read these reports on my website at www.kmccrimmon.liberal.ca. I always welcome and enjoy listening to your ideas and feedback.
Working for you
It has been one year since the election and I am so honoured to have the opportunity to serve the constituency of Kanata-Carleton. I will continue to work hard every day to fulfill the trust you have placed in me. Since forming Government we have introduced the Canada Child Benefit, which helps families with the cost of raising children, invested more in our youth by growing the Canada Summer Jobs program, and enhanced CPP by working with all Provinces. There is still a lot of work to be done and I look forward to the opportunity to represent our community