Pam's buying! MP for Oakville North Burlington is going to pony up for the coffee.

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November 21, 2016


Pam’s buying!


Pam Damoff, MP for Oakville Burlington North with her coffee crowd. Damoff is the person on the left offering a small smile.


The Member of Parliament for Oakville North-Burlington has invited residents to drop by for a chat at the Tim Hortons on the Northeast corner of Dundas and Appleby in Burlington on Friday, November 25 from 5:30pm – 6:30pm.

She wants to meet her constituents and hear about what issues or concerns are on their minds. Grab a coffee and join the conversation!

She will also be giving you some tips on how to influence what the Minister of Finance puts into the 2017 Budget.

Damoff wants you “to join the conversation about how we can make the economy work for you and your family. As we build on our momentum to grow the middle class and position Canada for the global economy of tomorrow, it is your insights which will shape our vision for Budget 2017.”

You can provide feedback to the Minister of Finance for the 2017 Budget by the end of November though his online consultations.

Here’s the online link to the budget consultations:

All ideas are welcome which is comforting to hear.

Personally we think the free coffee is the better idea. You will actually get something.

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2 comments to Pam’s buying! MP for Oakville North Burlington is going to pony up for the coffee.

  • James

    Hahahaha, 1 whole hour during rush hour on a Friday night, offering to use our money to buy us a coffee in a restaurant that seats maybe 20 people? Genius!! Why not just sit in your car in the Walmart parking lot for an hour and let us tap on the window if we have a question? It’d be just as effective. This has all the potential of reaching five or six unknowing people who were already going to be at Tim Horton’s anyway, who suddenly get tapped on the shoulder while eating an apple fritter from some lady saying “Hi, I’m Pam, do you want to ask me a question about the 2017 Budget? No? Okay then, have a nice night.” All joking aside though, I do commend what she’s trying to do, it just seems she didn’t quite think hard enough about the logistics of this one.

  • liz

    Wow,I guess she really doesn’t want to see too many constituents. An hour of time? At that rate she may need to submit a hefty coffee receipt of maybe $5.00!Now that’s watching the udget spending. Give me a break,1 hr on a Friday nite,how many people are going to show up? If she was serious,and genuine,why not a Saturday afternoon for 3 or 4 hrs. Politics at its best.