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Queensborough Picnic & Food Drive

Queensborough Picnic & Food Drive

Dear friends and neighbours,

I hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and have enjoyed a great summer.

Aman Singh, MLA for Richmond-Queensborough, and I warmly invite you and your family to attend our Queensborough Picnic and Food Drive on Sunday, September 4, from 1PM to 3PM at Ryall Park Picnic Shelter, partnered with the Gurdwara Sahib Sukh Sagar, the New Westminster Firefighters, and the Don't Go Hungry Food Program.

This event is a chance for us to come together and celebrate our great community, while support our local food hubs in Queensborough to stock up due to the demands in the coming weeks. The picnic is free of charge and will include refreshments, live music, and family-friendly fun activities.

Please join us on this special occasion. Reserve your spot today or give us a call at (604) 775-5707. I look forward to seeing you at the event!

Peter Julian
MP, New Westminster-Burnaby

Summer Picnic

Summer Picnic

Dear friends and neighbours,

I am very grateful to live in, work for and represent New Westminster-Burnaby, the most culturally diverse region in Canada, where residents from all backgrounds live, and work together as a community to help make the world a better place, for the wellbeing of all members of our society.

To thank everyone for their contributions to our community, Raj Chouhan, MLA for Burnaby-Edmonds and I warmly invite you and your family to attend our Annual Summer Picnic on Saturday August 6 from 1PM-3PM at Edmonds Park. This year’s picnic is a chance for us to come together and celebrate our great community. The picnic is free of charge and will include light refreshments, live music and fun family-friendly activities.

Please join us on this special occasion. I hope to see you there!

Peter Julian
MP, New Westminster-Burnaby

United for Ukraine

United for Ukraine

Dear neighbours,

I condemn the terrible, unjustified, and unprovoked attacks on Ukraine by Russia. My team and I stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. I continue to work alongside my NDP colleagues in Parliament to fight for Ukrainians to have a strong humanitarian plan, support the thousands of people who require urgent refuge in Canada and fight for VISA-free access to Canada for Ukrainians.

Many constituents have been inquiring into how they can help locally to support Ukrainians fleeing Putin's war on the people of Ukraine.

I am co-hosting a United for Ukraine Benefit Concert on Sunday, July 17 from 6PM to 8PM (PDT) at Edmonds Plaza (7433 Edmonds Street, Burnaby) alongside the Burnaby Firefighters Local 233, the New Westminster Firefighters, Holy Eucharist Cathedral, and Burnaby Welcomes Ukraine group.

I hope to see you there!

 

Peter Julian
MP, New Westminster-Burnaby

Anti-Hate Virtual Town Hall

Anti-Hate Virtual Town Hall

We must be united to fight racism & stand up for human rights. During the pandemic, racist incidents reported to police have increased at an alarming rate. Tragically, we have seen an increase in Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, racism, homophobia, transphobia and misogyny in our society. We see racism against Black and Indigenous peoples, other racially marginalized communities, rising anti-Asian racism, and yet symbols of hate are freely displayed and sold across our country. 

That’s why NDP MP Peter Julian tabled Private Member’s Bill C-229 calling on Justin Trudeau to ban the display of hate symbols like the Nazi hooked cross and Confederate flags. C-229 is a critical step to addressing hate and making our communities safer for everyone. 

Community and elected leaders, concerned Canadians, anti-hate activists and other allies will gather at the virtual NDP Anti-Hate Town Hall to have a focused dialogue on anti-hate and anti-racism work in Canada and to address the growing violence, systemic racism and hatred that we are seeing in many Canadian communities. 

Join: 

Date: Wednesday, April 20th, 2022

Time: 5pm PT - 8pm ET

Register for the Town Hall to receive the participating Zoom link.

Disability Tax Credit Workshop

Disability Tax Credit Workshop

Many people living with disabilities are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. It's time for the federal government to make them a real priority in Canada.

You or someone you know may be eligible for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) - retroactive for up to 10 years. Being eligible for the DTC can open the door to other federal, provincial, or territorial programs such as the Registered Disability Savings Plan, the Canada Workers Benefit and the Child Disability Benefit.

My office wants to make sure that every eligible New Westminster-Burnaby resident knows how to access this legitimate entitlement. Please join my annual DTC workshop to find out more details. ASL interpretation will be available.

Please also note that the following COVID protocols will be in place in compliance with the most current provincial health guidelines at the time of the event:

  • Social distanced seating
  • Participants must show vaccine card upon entry
  • Face mask is optional but recommended
  • Hand sanitizers and sanitizing wipes will be available

Please reach out to my office if you have questions or concerns

Disability Tax Credit Workshop

Disability Tax Credit Workshop

You or someone you know may be eligible for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) - retroactive for up to 10 years. Being eligible for the DTC can open the door to other federal, provincial, or territorial programs such as the registered disability savings plan, the Canada workers benefit, and the child disability benefit.

My office wants to make sure that every eligible New Westminster-Burnaby resident knows how to access this legitimate entitlement. Please join my Disability Tax Credit Virtual Workshop to find out more details.

Please RSVP to receive the Zoom link. (ASL interpretation available)

 

Virtual Christmas Celebration

Virtual Christmas Celebration

I am writing to you today to invite you to my virtual Christmas celebration, taking place via Zoom on Saturday December 19, from 1 PM to 2 PM PST. 

Due to the pandemic, this year’s celebration will take place virtually in order to respect the provincial guidelines and to keep our community safe and healthy. The celebration will include special guests as well as some festive entertainment! Despite not being able to get together physically during this holiday season, we hope you will join our virtual celebration this year, where we can all come together and celebrate the holiday season safely!

You can receive the Zoom link to the celebration by signing up online, OR by contacting my office at 604-775-5707. 

I look forward to seeing you at the celebration.

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