Harry Tsai

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Name: Harry Tsai
Date registered: March 23, 2011
URL: http://harrytsai.ca

Latest posts

  1. Vote Conservative, Vote Harry TSAI! — May 1, 2011
  2. HARPER URGES CONTINUED STABILITY FOR CANADA — April 30, 2011
  3. A letter from Conservative National Campaign Manager — April 27, 2011
  4. Conservatives Announce Plan to Crack Down on Contraband Tobacco — April 26, 2011
  5. Harper Announces Investment in Life-Saving Defibrillators — April 26, 2011

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May
01

Vote Conservative, Vote Harry TSAI!

Harry speaks

Minister Jason Kenney attended Harry Tsai’s Campaign rally on April 29, 2011 with supporters from local conservative members, italian, Siri Lankan, Indian, Chinese, Taiwanese, Hong Kong and Korean community leaders. Minister Kenney said “We have to encourage everyone to vote …

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Apr
30

HARPER URGES CONTINUED STABILITY FOR CANADA

Steven Harper Urges Stability for Canada

Completing the economic recovery requires steady hand on wheel RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO – Prime Minister Stephen Harper today urged Canadians to ensure continued political and economic stability for the nation by returning a strong stable national majority Conservative Government to …

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Apr
27

A letter from Conservative National Campaign Manager

Dear Fellow Conservatives: As you know, Election Day, Monday, May 2, is just around the corner. As we enter the final week of the campaign, it is clear that what Canada needs more than ever is a strong, stable, national …

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Apr
26

Conservatives Announce Plan to Crack Down on Contraband Tobacco

Conservative candidate Jason Kenney announced today that a re-elected Conservative government would continue its work to crackdown on the sale of, and trafficking in, contraband tobacco. “Contraband tobacco has become a massive black-market industry that makes it much cheaper – …

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Apr
26

Harper Announces Investment in Life-Saving Defibrillators

Today, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that a re-elected Conservative Government will ensure that every recreational hockey arena in Canada has a defibrillator, and will support training for attendants in using them. “There’s nothing more Canadian than a hockey game …

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Apr
26

Conservatives Announce Crackdown on Marriages of Convenience

Conservative candidate Jason Kenney announced that a re-elected Conservative government would introduce measures to protect would-be victims of marriage fraud and strengthen the integrity of the immigration process by cracking down on marriages of convenience, which victimize vulnerable and unwitting …

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Apr
26

Harper to Fund Brain Research

Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced today that a re-elected Conservative Government will invest $100 million to establish the Canada Brain Research Fund to support brain research and neuroscience in Canada. Prime Minister Harper said that one in three Canadians are …

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Apr
26

Baird to Canadians: Prepare for More Ignatieff Opportunism

Ottawa, Ontario – Conservative candidate John Baird today urged Canadians to expect the final week of this unnecessary campaign to be marked by increasingly desperate opportunistic tactics by Mr. Ignatieff and his partners the NDP and Bloc Québécois. “It’s unfortunate …

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Apr
26

Harper Proposes New Office of Religious Freedom to Promote Religious Freedom Around the World

Today, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that a re-elected Conservative Government will create an Office of Religious Freedom to ensure that defending persecuted religious minorities is a priority of Canada’s foreign policy. Speaking to a packed room and an enthusiastic …

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Apr
26

Statement by the Conservative Campaign

The Conservative Party’s zero tolerance approach to the promotion of terrorism extends to supporters of Khalistani extremism. As Prime Minister Stephen Harper has said, the Air India terrorist attack was “an act of grotesque violence and malevolence… This was evil, …

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