Sunday, February 26, 2012

Andrew Keyes CPC Candidate in Toronto Danforth

My friend Andrew Keyes is running to be the MP in Toronto Danforth. Andrew is a great guy and would make an excellent MP. Please volunteer, donate to and vote for Andrew Keyes in Toronto Danforth. The by-election is March 19, 2012.


  Andrew Keyes has deep roots in the Toronto-Danforth area, having bought his first home here in 1988. A communications specialist and entrepreneur, Andrew is a recognized leader in the communications industry. Recipient of several industry honours, Andrew has assisted private and public sector corporations with their communication strategies for over twenty-five years. An active community volunteer, Andrew has served as board member and president of a local ratepayer association, was Chairman of the Advisory Committee for the Georgian College post-graduate New Media program, served on the Industry Advisory Board of the Liberty Village New Media Centre and has sat as a judge for several industry-leading advertising and design competitions. A child of immigrant parents, Andrew understands the value of family and hard work. After putting himself through college, he graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Arts from Ryerson University in 1984. Andrew’s two children, Catherine and Daniel, both attended public school in the Toronto-Danforth riding. Having to provide for his own family on a tight budget, Andrew Keyes has a very real understanding of the challenges young families are faced with today. Andrew believes that government must be smaller, less intrusive and fiscally prudent through lowering taxes and creating a strong economy and not borrowing from future generations to pay for services we can’t afford today. The best assurance for a strong social safety net that is available to help those in need is a strong economy. Andrew Keyes is listed on the “Canadian Who’s Who,” the standard reference source of contemporary Canadian biography published by the University of Toronto Press.

1 comment:

Martin H. said...

It is interesting to note that …

“Andrew believes that government must be smaller, LESS INTRUSIVE and fiscally prudent through lowering taxes and creating a strong economy and not borrowing from future generations to pay for services we can’t afford today.”

Thus it becomes interesting to know how Andrew Keyes will be able to reconcile as an MP his noble value of a LESS INTRUSIVE GOVERNMENT with the current BILL C-30 which, under the shameless guise of protecting children from child pornographers, IS OBVIOUSLY MORE INTRUSIVE and would probably be unconstitutional as it effectively transfers the powers of search and seizure from judges to police officers.

I Support Lord Black