Tagged with: Kerry Diotte MP


April 27, 2016 | No Comments

Do you want an exciting summer job? An opportunity to exercise your creative muscles?

Position Title: Creative summer intern
Language Requirements: English, French is an asset
Effective Date: June 6, 2016

Essential Qualifications
• Good skills at photography, videography, basic video editing and graphic design
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Willingness to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends
• Effective interpersonal skills, judgment, discretion, initiative, professionalism and team spirit

General Responsibility
The office of Kerry Diotte, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Griesbach, is looking for a summer intern to help develop and carry out creative projects, and also assist in the day-to-day tasks of a political office.  This paid internship is a unique opportunity to learn about politics and develop your creative skills.  The ideal candidate may be a student, or recent graduate looking to gain experience in a political office.  Interested candidates may apply before June 30, 2016 by sending their CV and creative project sample to Jen Gray at Kerry.Diotte.C1@parl.gc.ca.

Please feel free to forward this opportunity to interested individuals.

NB. All applications will be held in confidence and only selected applicants will be contacted for an interview.

Creative Summer Internship

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April 20, 2016 | No Comments

A tribute to my friend Ted Marianix – Join #TeamFight to #endMS

Today in the House of Commons, I remembered and paid tribute to my friend Ted Marianix.

May is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month. I invite everyone to join #TeamFight to #endMS.

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February 18, 2016 | No Comments

Speaking up for rank-and-file workers

This week, I stood in the House of Commons to reaffirm our Conservative commitment to hard-working Canadians.

When our party was in power, we passed a law to allow workers to have a secret ballot when voting on whether or not to form a union.

We also passed a law that guaranteed more fiscal transparency in union books.

With the proposed Bill C-4, the Liberal government will repeal those good laws.

We believe that this is detrimental to hard-working Canadian union members, and we have heard that from the rank-and-file members themselves.

Check out the video. What do you think about this issue? I would love to hear your opinions.

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