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My Vision for St. Catharines

Since 2006, we have been working hard to make St. Catharines better. Now the real work begins.

There will be challenges ahead and we will need real local solutions – not just platitudes – to keep your city moving forward.

For the first time in a generation, St. Catharines is getting its fair share.  Since I was first elected, the federal government has responded by investing more than $372 million in our city.

Now we must build on those investments.  Working together, we can make a better St. Catharines that the next generation will call home.

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"Rick and the Conservatives have worked hard to ensure seniors keep the money they’ve worked hard for. Rick has been an incredible advocate for seniors in St. Catharines."

Christine and Len McClelland

"As an elected official at all three municipal levels of government in St Catharines for over 20 years I can attest firsthand to the incredible knowledge of local issues and commitment to bettering Niagara that Rick Dykstra possesses."

Ronna Katzman - Former Niagara Regional Councillor

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Extension of Funding to the Auto Industry Helps Niagara

GM and the Niagara auto parts industry will grow because of a 10 year, $1 billion extension of  the Automotive Supplier Innovation Program leading to unprecedented global trade opportunities, new incentives for investment, modern infrastructure and low taxes.

“Our Conservative government has a plan for long-term growth in the auto sector and our manufacturing industry,” Prime Minister Harper said. “Our low-tax plan is creating economic growth, even in the face of global economic instability.”

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More Jobs in St. Catharies and Better Take-home Pay From Cut in Payroll Taxes

Dramatically reducing payroll taxes by 20% by 2017 will help the 7,000 businesses in St. Catharines expand, create more jobs and mean more take-home pay for their employees.

“By dramatically reducing payroll taxes, Canadian workers will see their take-home pay increase and businesses – especially small businesses – will be able to create new jobs and invest in their current employees,” the Honourable Joe Oliver said. “Our Conservative government has a proven record of reducing taxes on hardworking Canadians and job-creating businesses, and we have a plan to go further.”



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