Upcoming Local Events
Wednesday, September 6 @ 7:00 pm – Clare-Digby AGM @ The Weymouth Library
Sunday, September 10th @ 2-4 PM — Kings West Corn Boil and BBQ @ 1091 Maple Ave., Aylesford — the home of Chris Palmer – Bring a lawn chair All PC supporters and friends welcome
Sunday, September 10th @ Noon-4:00 pm –Conservative CB Family BBQ @ The Gaelic College – Meet Island PC MLAs and candidates at the BBQ. All Tories and friends are welcome! For tickets or questions call 902-577-5059 or email [email protected]
Friday, September 15th @ Afternoon Cole Harbour Eastern Passage Constituency (Barb Adams MLA Open House (3 to 6 pm for the general public) & (1 to 3 pm for businesses and other invited guests and MLAs) @ 1488 Main Rd, Eastern Passage
Saturday, September 16th Provincial Executive & Presidents Council Meeting(s) – Details by contacting PCHQs at (902) 429-9470
Thursday September 21st @ 6-8:00 pm Colchester North AGM & Dinner at the Peg in Masstown – Roast chicken dinner, tickets $25.00 – Guest Speakers – Tim Houston, MLA Pictou East and Adam Rodgers, former Conservative Party candidate for Cape Breton Canso. For tickets or questions call 902-305-2739 or email [email protected]
Wednesday, September 28th @ 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm – Annapolis AGM @ The End of Line Pub, Bridgetown – Guest Speaker: TBA
Wednesday, September 28th @ 7:00 pm – Halifax Armdale AGM @ Armdale Yacht Club – Details TBA
Wednesday, October 11th @ 5:30 – 9:00 pm – Kings South Dinner & AGM @ White Rock Hall (Dinner at 6pm followed by AGM) Tickets: $15 Info: karenharris[email protected] (902) 679-2889
Tuesday, October 17th @ 7 – 8:30 pm – Town Hall Discussion sponsored by Timberlea Prospect PCs “What does the future hold for the NS Health System? Searching for Smart Solutions” @ Prospect Community Centre, 2141 Prospect Rd. Guest MLAs – Tim Houston & Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin
Saturday, November 4th @ 7 – 9:00 p.m. Cole Harbour – Eastern Passage PC Association Paint Night Fundraiser @ the Lions Club (65 Hornes Rd Eastern Passage). Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. For more information or to purchase tickets please click here or contact Rhonda Power via email at [email protected]
2018 – February 9 -11th – Annual General Meeting & Convention 2018 @ The Westin Nova Scotian Hotel, Halifax
Party Notes of interest:
June 28th – Halifax Citadel-Sable Island AGM was held. Officers include – President Rob Belliveau; Vice President Adam Smith; Secretary, Sarah McInnis; Treasurer, Diana Khosla; Candidate of record Rob Batherson.
June 28th – Timberlea Prospect AGM was held. President Hamish Malkin; 1st VP – Ken Anderson; 2nd VP – Jeff Jones; Secretary – Eric Jury; Treasurer – David Finlayson; Legal Counsel – Blair Mitchell; Candidate of Record – Tim Kohoot
September 3rd – Happy Birthday to federal candidate Jason Cole (Dartmouth-Cole Harbour)
September 7th – Happy Birthday to candidate of record John Wesley Chisholm (Halifax Chebucto)
August 30th – Charles MacIntosh of Halifax (Halifax Citadel-Sable Island) passed away at the age of 90. Charlie was a supporter through the Stanfield and Buchanan campaigns. He practised law well into his 80’s with the Armour Group and was known as an expert in legal property law. Condolences to his family including daughter Connie MacIntosh.
August 22nd – Lloyd MacQueen of Dartmouth (Dartmouth South) passed away. Condolences to his family including wife Valerie. Lloyd served on the provincial executive in the 1980’s and 90s and was active in Dartmouth political circles for many years. His obituary notes “Lloyd was a member of the PC Party of Nova Scotia, beginning his hobby at age 13 with the Cape Breton South PC Association. He continued to cultivate his political interest locally and provincially, serving in many key positions at executive and campaign levels for over 40 years.” Lloyd was a heart transplant recipient some 23 years ago. His obituary notes “Although medically compromised for so many years, Lloyd embraced his participation in the Volunteer Mentorship Program for families awaiting and receiving transplants. As an organ recipient, gratitude is extended specifically to the generosity of his organ donors and their families, along with the hundreds of specialists and dedicated health care professionals provided to him. Their steadfast care and concern was always exemplary. As a way of showing his deep appreciation to the science, technology, and research programs that gave him so much over his 23-year post-transplant journey, Lloyd chose to donate his remains to Dalhousie’s Department of Medical Neuroscience. A memorial mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m., September 16, in St. Clement’s Church in Dartmouth, with Father Owen Connolly presiding. A reception will follow in the parish hall. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Atlantic Canada Multi-Organ Transplant Program (MOTP) or to the QEII Health Sciences Centre Foundation. To honor Lloyd’s memory, please consider discussing organ donation with your family.
August 17th – Aldon Turner of Ramsay Lake, New Ross (Chester-St. Margaret’s) passed away at the age of 78. Aldon was an ardent supporter provincially and federally and worked diligently to turn out the tory vote in New Ross and the Forties. Condolences to his family including two sons and three daughters. Visitation and service at The Forties Community Centre on August 23rd.
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2017 Annual Meeting & Convention Highlights – February 3-5 in Halifax
800 delegates and guests gathered at the Westin Nova Scotian including 200 for their first AGM
27 MLAs and nominated candidates are introduced to the Party
550 delegates attended the opening address from leader Jamie Baillie
A new Provincial Executive is elected including four new district vice presidents – Mark Sauveur, Gaynell Broughm, Marc Blinn and Brian Lamey
Mike Salterio is given the President’s Award & Daniel MacKenzie, the Paul Levy (Youth) Award
$2250 raised in Chase the Ace with the final winner Mike Salterio turning the Ace on the last card
$7000 raised in the Silent Auction with over 125 great items up for bid
35 volunteers of the year are honoured by their constituencies
Annapolis-Paul Wear; Antigonish-Janet MacPherson; Argyle – Barrington-JoEllen Dixon; Cape Breton – Richmond-Louise Campbell; Chester – St. Margaret’s-Piers Baker;Clare-Digby-Marc Blinn; Colchester – Musquodoboit Valley-Kathy Best; Cole Harbour – Eastern Passage-Linda Forward; Cole Harbour – Portland Valley Lois Glibbery; Cumberland North-Frank Elliott; Cumberland South-Roy & Roberta McMasters; Dartmouth North-Lewis & Jane MacKay; Dartmouth South-Lionel Conrod; Eastern Shore-Donald Mannette; Guysborough-Eastern Shore-Tracadie-Basil Smith ; Halifax Armdale-Sylvia Gillard; Hants East-Don Bowlby; Inverness-Gayle MacDonald; Kings North-John Cochrane; Lunenburg-Alice Pickings; Lunenburg West-Donna Malone; Northside – Westmount-Sid Hatcher; Pictou Centre-Darrell Rushton; Pictou East-Clary & Joan MacDonald; Pictou West-Gord Barnes; Sackville – Cobequid-Phyllis Hubley; Sydney River – Mira – Louisbourg-Michelle Flynn; Victoria – The Lakes-Dianne Timmins; Waverley – Fall River – Beaver Bank-Brian Wong & Marlene Leyte.