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Today, the world’s top athletes gather in Rio for the 2016 Summer Olympics and Canada is represented by the very best from coast to coast to coast.
Qualifying to compete in the Olympics takes hard work and dedication. With so much talent in Canada, I know that making it to this milestone is certainly no easy feat.
Congratulations to all of Team Canada’s athletes on this incredible achievement.
And, a special congratulations to Jen Kish from Edmonton Griesbach. As team captain of the first ever Canadian Olympic women’s rugby sevens team, you are making history. Edmontonians and all Canadians are cheering you on.
I wish each and every athlete wearing the maple leaf the very best, as you take on the world’s best.
Your accomplishments are already a source of great pride for Canadians.
Go Canada, go!
Wishing you a happy, healthy Canada Day!
Job Opportunity – Constituency Assistant
Are you a dynamic team player? Do you thrive working with community and political leaders? Are you a professional with a meticulous attention to detail?
The office of Kerry Diotte, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Griesbach, is seeking a candidate to fill the position of Constituent Assistant in Edmonton.
The ideal candidate is a self-starter who takes initiative and possesses strong interpersonal skills. The candidate must possess sound judgement and discretion.
- Reception and office duties
- Assisting constituents with requests pertaining to federal government departments
- Responding to requests to attend community-based events
- Monitoring key events and activities in the community, monitoring local media
- Organizing the Members’ schedule in the community
- Accompanying the Member to community events
- Photography and video at local events
Qualifications and Experience:
- Excellent writing, organization and time management skills
- Some post-secondary education and a background in basic research and politics
- Works well as part of a team in a professional setting
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook
- Previous political experience, social media and bilingualism will be considered assets
Interested candidates should send their cover letter and resume to the attention of
Sally Harris at: email@example.com
Applications will be accepted until 5 PM on Friday, July 1, 2016.
**We thank all for applying, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. **
I hope you have a great holiday weekend celebrating with friends, family and neighbours.
I was happy to lend a hand today in Ottawa for the BBQ & Bake Sale organized by Lord Elgin, Hotel Indigo and Residence Inn Marriott.
I was joined by my Edmonton MP colleagues Matt Jeneroux, Kelly McCauley and Ziad Aboultaif,
It was a great turnout with lineups around the block. All the proceeds are going to those in the service industry who have lost their jobs and homes in the Fort McMurray forest fires.
We served hamburgers, veggie burgers, sausages and pad Thai non-stop.
Thanks Ottawa for your generous support for Albertans in our time of need. Your generousity is much appreciated by all those who’ve been impacted by the wildfires in and around Fort McMurray.
Our thoughts and prayers remain with all those affected by the Fort McMurray wildfire.
Last Friday, my colleagues and interim-leader Rona Ambrose joined me for the day on a tour of Fort McMurray wildfire relief centres in Edmonton Griesbach.
We visited Northlands Expo Centre and Edmonton Emergency Relief Services, meeting with many victims and volunteers of this natural disaster.
I was encouraged to see our community rallying together to support those affected by the wildfire. Thank you to all the donors, volunteers and businesses that have stepped up to help. You make us all proud!
Today, I was honoured to participate in the carnation pinning event on Parliament Hill and give my statement in the House of Commons to recognize the start of multiple sclerosis (MS) awareness month in Canada.
MS is an unpredictable and often disabling disease that impacts many Canadians. Please join #TeamFight to help #endMS in our lifetime.