Ken Kirupa – Friend of the Momiji Health Care Society
PC Candidate and John Baird Attend Momiji Centre for Tour and "Lug-A-Mug" Birthday Celebrations
May 21, 2014 –Ontario Progressive Conservative Candidate for Scarborough-Guildwood Ken Kirupa, and John Baird, MP for Ottawa-West Nepean joined the residents and members of the Momiji Centre today. They were joined by Pam Waintraub, Chair of the Board of Directors, Christopher...
May 21, 2014
Ken Kirupa is Running to be the MPP in Scarborough-Guildwood
PC Candidate Needs Your Support to Win
Ken Kirupa is running as the Ontario Progressive Conservative Candidate to become the next MPP for Scarborough-Guildwood. Ken is looking to defeat the Liberal Mitzie Hunter, who narrowly won in the by-election last summer.
At Ken’s official office opening on May 14, 2014, Deputy Ontario PC leader Christine Elliott cited Ken&r...
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July 29, 2013
MITZIE HUNTER LIES ABOUT JOHN TORY “ENDORSEMENT”
SCARBOROUGH – With the by-election days away, Liberal candidate Mitzie Hunter has misled the public about a supposed “endorsement” from John Tory, said Scarborough PC Candidate Ken Kirupa.
“The Liberal candidate has attempted to mislead voters by advertising her ‘endorsement’ from John Tory, a re...
QUEEN’S PARK – “This government has proven, once again, that they are not in the business of being open or transparent,” Ontario Interim PC Leader Jim Wilson said today.
Today, the government voted down a PC motion to allow two key witnesses, Laura Miller and Peter Faist, to testify before the Standing Committee on Justice Policy. The Committee is investigating the destruction of key documents about the relocation...
QUEEN’S PARK – Liberal mismanagement is letting down seniors and our health care system, charged Ontario PC Interim Leader Jim Wilson today in the Legislature.
Wilson pointed to the example of Eric Law, an Ottawa area man with several chronic diseases including multiple sclerosis and cancer, who has been refused service by his local Community Care Access Centre.
“Minister, how many people across Ontario are goi...
Namaste Happy Diwali.
Today Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and some Buddhists living in Ontario and around the world start celebrating the beginning of Diwali, a joyous five-day festival of lights.
This magnificent festival unites our province’s South-Asian community as they join family and friends to light diyas, watch fireworks, exchange gifts and sweets, and come together in worship and prayer. As the lights are lit, we all shoul...