Byron Horner - For Member of Parliament
Creating Meaningful Jobs and Investing in Social and Economic Infrastructure in Courtenay-Alberni
The key long-term solution to many social issues, affordability and helping those on the fringes of our communities, is meaningful local jobs. Regular work and pay is so much more than just money – it’s self-worth and a sense of pride that a person is contributing to their family and the social fabric of their community.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced the next step in his plan to make life more affordable for Canadians.
Affordability is a key issue in our communities
Do you feel your life is more affordable since the Trudeau Liberals were elected? Residents of Courtenay-Alberni have told me countless stories about how they are getting by - not getting ahead and how our current NDP MP and his 3rd party leader Jagmeet Singh have no effective political power to help them.
Byron believes seniors built our economy and deserve a retirement with dignity
Seniors on a fixed income are falling behind. Byron supports independence and tax relief measures to make life more affordable for seniors in Courtenay-Alberni.
Byron Horner will fight for young Islanders
Byron Horner and the Hon. Andrew Scheer - A Balanced Approach to Environmental Protection
Like most Islanders, I care deeply about the environment and believe in a balanced approach to economic growth and world-class environmental regulation.
Please see the video below, where I ask the Hon. Andrew Scheer about Conservative environmental policy at a recent Town Hall in Courtenay.
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Bold and Ambitious Ideas for Parksville
Port Alberni Local Jobs and the Economy