Promises Made, Promises Kept: Bryan Hayes’ List of Accomplishments

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The following was issued by the campaign office of Bryan Hayes, MP

It has been an honour to help advance so many important projects in our community over the past four years. With your support on October 19th, we can accomplish so much more!
$30 million Essar Plant Optimization and Expansion Project
$7.3 million for the Algoma Rail Service
$7.5 million Expansion of the Border Plaza (in addition to $44 million in 2009)
$1.9 million for the Ermatinger – Clergue National Historic Site
$5 million for the Great Lakes Forestry Centre
$490,000 investment in Sault College Robotics and Related Software programs
$839,500 Downtown Sault Ste. Marie Revitalization
$250,000 Small Business Incubator Program in Sault Ste. Marie
$317,153 for the Sault College Employment Strategy
$6 million for the Sault Ste. Marie Armory
$1.23 million investment in Sault College Aviation – new hanger and repair facility
$15 million Huron Central Rail Line upgrades
$6.15 – Widening and Rehabilitation of Highway 17
$10.4 million Upgrade to the Fort Creek Aqueduct, to prevent future flooding
$12 million to restore the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site
$2.1 million investment in the Port of Algoma Project
$17.5 million Northern Ontario investment to address the spread of Asian Carp in the Great Lakes
$1.8 million in safety upgrades to the Sault Ste. Marie airport and a new airport Fire Truck
$6 million in total towards city infrastructure projects and the Hub Trail
168 Federally sponsored Youth Internships in 2014 alone
$260,000 for the YMCA Skills Link Program
$300,000 towards the Kiwanis Community Theatre Centre
$1.2 million Agawa Train Sound System
$152,500 for the Algoma University Residential School Archive
In addition to this list, Sault Ste. Marie not only received more than its typical share of FedNor funding but because of Bryan’s pressure on the Government, Bryan secured over $30 million for Essar Steel Algoma from the Southern Ontario Economic Development Agency
Sat as a key member of the Parliamentary Committee dedicated to improving Veterans Affairs that precipitated billions in new funding for Canada’s Veterans and their families, such as:

Providing Veterans and their spouses/widows with financial security after age 65
Made Reservists equal with Canadian Armed Forces Regular Force members when injured on duty
Opened over 20 new front line mental health clinics to support Veterans in need

Secured by-partisan support and unanimously passed a Parliamentary Motion to end Violence Against Women. This motion led to a Parliamentary Hearing with a report to change how our society educates men and boys and to provide additional support for women who are abused
Elected Chair of the Steel Caucus that pressured the Government to address steel dumping on the international market. Ed Fast, Canada’s Trade Minister, visited Sault Ste. Marie in August and confirmed our Government is working to improve the remedy system. With the historic signing of the Trans Pacific Partnership, our Government is setting up the framework necessary to challenge illegal steel dumping on world markets

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  1. Providing Veterans and their spouses/widows with financial security after age 65.This is somehow misleading.That is a lie Military pensions claw backed at age 65.PSHC plan increased 30 % more expensive.VAC claims denied and access to VA benefits denied.Closed VAC centres.How do I know this? My VA claim was denied which denies my access to any veteran affairs benefits.This how thousands of veterans were treated to save 1.5 billion to balance the budget on the backs of Veterans.

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