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MICHAEL KRAM

REGINA-WASCANA CONSERVATIVE EDA
 
 
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NEWS & EVENTS

Regina-Wascana CPC EDA Annual General Meeting June 18, 2022

As authorized by National Council and the Regina-Wascana Conservative Electoral District Association Constitution, an “Annual General Meeting” will be held:

Date:          Saturday, June 18, 2022:

Time:          10:30 a.m.

Location:    Atlas Hotel (4177 Albert Street South) Golden/Hazel room.

The Electoral District Constitution may be found at www.conservative.ca in the Governing Documents Section.

This Annual General Meeting is in compliance with Section 6.9 of the Constitution pertaining to Public Health Orders and/or meeting and event directives of National Council.

All members in good standing are allowed to REGISTER to attend and become a “Registered Participant” per Section 2.22. You must register no less than seven days in advance by contacting Scott Simpkins (Returning Officer) at scottsimpkins@conservative.ca no later than 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 11, 2022.

 

You must provide your name, address, telephone number and email address.

Once you become a “Registered Participant”, you are eligible to vote and to be nominated or nominate others to the Board of Directors. A proposed slate of currently nominated candidates for the Board is attached, in compliance with Section 7.5.1. of the Constitution.

AGM Agenda
  1. Call to Order, Registration Report and Announcements – Scott Simpkins Returning Officer

  2. Welcome – Sherry Klatt

  3. Adopt the Agenda

  4. Adopt the minutes from the last AGM (May 25, 2021)

  5. President’s Report

  6. Financial Report

  7. MP’s Report with a brief Q&A

  8. Election of Directors – Scott Simpkins, Returning Officer

  9. Adjourn

 

Proposed Slate of Directors

  • Judy Simpson– Regina, SK

  • Sharon Gogal – Regina, SK

  • Sherry Klatt– Regina, SK

  • Todd Robbins – Regina, SK

  • Matt Stockan-Regina, SK

  • Ashton Richter – Regina, SK

  • Joe Lomas – Regina, SK

  • Lyle Hewitt - Regina, SK

  • Jamie Eng – Regina, SK

  • Mitchell Simpson – Regina, SK

  • William Wang – Regina, SK

  • Don Henry – Regina, SK

  • Bonnie Krajewski-Reil- Regina, SK

  • Nigel Sharp – Regina, SK

  • Al Fedorak – Regina, SK

  • Bill Genert – Regina, SK

  • Maksim Sharoika – Regina, SK

  • Austin Koffler – Regina, SK

  • Patrick Heign – Regina, SK

  • Neil Hein – Regina, SK

MICHAEL'S MESSAGE

April 25, 2020

MP Kram Disapproves Possible Home Equity Tax

(Source: CKRM)

Regina-Wascana MP Michael Kram is lashing out about the reports of the Liberal government conducting research on implementing a tax on home equity.

Home equity is considered as one of the largest sources of retirement savings and investments for most Canadians.

Kram feels the move would create a lot of frustration.

 

“I think people want certainty when they plan for their retirement so that they know that the equity they have built up for their homes will not be subject to this new tax and makes it difficult for people to plan for their retirements when the Liberals keep moving the goalposts.”

The Liberal government have previously funded a study into the policy proposal but have denied that they were taking it seriously.

It’s speculated that the rumored tax on home equity would come in effect for homes that are valued over $1 million, Kram says that number may seem high currently, but adds that could change.

 

“As we’ve seen over the last few years the price of homes keep going up, up and up, right now if your home is only worth half of a million dollars, in a few years it might be past a million dollars, people might be hit with the tax that way.”

One of the main concerns for Kram about the possibility of a tax on home equity is that citizens will have to start rethinking their retirement plans.

 

“Some people maximize their RRSPs, some people maximize their TSFAs, some people invest in a home and when they sell their home, they retire and that’s their nest egg, it creates an amount of uncertainty when we don’t know what the Liberals will tax next.”