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MEET MICHAEL CHONG

Michael Chong was first elected to Parliament in 2004 to represent Wellington-Halton Hills. Michael has served in the federal cabinet as President of the Queen’s Privy Council, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Minister of Sport.


Michael has been Chair of several House of Commons Standing Committees (Industry, Science and Technology; Canadian Heritage and Official Languages). He is a co-founder and member of the All-Party Climate Change Caucus since it was formed in 2011. This election, he has been endorsed by GreenPAC, a coalition of leading environmentalists. He was recently appointed by Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer as the Official Opposition's Shadow Minister for Science.

Political Tax Credit and Receipt Information
Contributions may qualify you for a tax credit on your federal income tax return as illustrated below:
YOUR
CONTRIBUTION
TAX
CREDIT
YOUR
COST
$50.00 $37.50$12.50
$100.00$75.00$25.00
$250.00$187.50$62.50
$500.00$350.00$150.00
$1525.00$650.00$875.00
NOTE: In accordance with Elections Canada, Robert Foster - Official Agent and the Wellington-Halton Hills Conservative EDA, on behalf of the Michael Chong Re-election Campaign, accepts contributions from individual Canadian citizens or permanent residents to a maximum of $1600.
Cash contributions in excess of $20 will not be accepted. Tax receipts can only be issued in the name of the contributor and the contributor is considered to be the holder of the credit card or the signatory on the cheque. Please note that contributions from corporation, labour unions or associations, and unincorporated associations are prohibited.
Canadian citizens or permanent residents may also donate a separate amount up to $1600 to the National Party.

  • Georgetown Campaign Office:
    Unit 35-360 Guelph St. Georgetown, ON
    (beside Links2care)
    (289) 891-8760

    Click to view on map
  • Fergus Campaign Office:
    735 St Andrew St W Fergus
    Freshco Plaza
    (former Robinson or Howes and Reeves Jeep dealership)
    (226) 383-2300
    Click to view on map
  • "Chong can boast of a considerable track record as a conscientious parliamentarian, a respectful activist for democratic reform and as a citizen richly invested in building appreciation for Canada's democratic traditions."
    - The Waterloo Record Editorial
    January 22nd, 2016

Events

Erin Debate
Monday September 23
Erin Legion
12 Dundas St. E., Erin
Arrive 6:30 for 7:00 start
done by 9:00

Centre Wellington Debate
Wednesday October 2
Hosted by the Centre Wellington Chamber of Commerce and the Centre Wellington Foundation
Fergus Legion
500 Blair St Fergus
Arrive 6:30 for 7:00 start
Note: Questions need to be submitted to the Chamber in advance.
Similar topics may be grouped together and will be read by the moderator [email protected]

Georgetown Debate
Thursday October 3
Hosted by the Georgetown Federation of University Women and Halton Environmental Network
John Elliott Theatre
9 Church St., Georgetown
Note: Sign Language Translation services will be provided
Arrive 6:30 for 7:00 start

Agriculture Debate
Tuesday October 8
Hosted by the Wellington Federation of Agriculture
Rockmosa Community Centre
110 Rockmosa Rd Rockwood
7:30 to 9:30

Puslinch Debate
Wednesday October 9
Hosted by the Puslinch Optimist Club
Puslinch Community Centre
23 Brock Rd S., Aberfoyle
Arrive 6:30 for 7:00 start

Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce
Breakfast Meeting and Debate
Thursday Oct 10 - AM
contact the Chamber for tickets and details:
https://www.haltonhillschamber.on.ca/

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Fergus, ON   N1M 2W7
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