Christine Elliott
Ontario MPP
Christine Elliott
Christine Janice Elliott is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in a byelection on March 30, 2006. She is the Progressive Conservative Member of Provincial Parliament for Whitby—Oshawa, east of Toronto. Elliott was a candidate in the 2009 Progressive Conservative leadership election and came in third place behind winner Tim Hudak and runner-up Frank Klees, and currently serves as the party's deputy leader.
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NOMA Says Meetings with Province “Very Positive” - Net Newsledger
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During the conference, NOMA had the opportunity to meet with four Provincial Ministers, Progressive Conservative Deputy Leader, Christine Elliott, and NDP Leader, Andrea Horwath to advocate on behalf of its member municipalities
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'Unified group' seeks cash - The Kingston Whig-Standard
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Gerretsen said Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan and Progressive Conservative deputy leader Christine Elliott, with whom the municipalities met separately, both agreed the system needed reconsidering. The heads-and-beds program was started in the
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Cuts loom if Tories win, McGuinty warns mayors - Toronto Star
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But Tory MPP Christine Elliott said McGuinty is fear-mongering. “It is a blatant vote grab,” she said in an interview. “They are making promises all over the province right now.” Those are promises the Liberals don't yet know how to pay for,
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Mayor Mark Gerretsen to lead Ontario Mayors at "Heads and Beds" Levy Discussion - Kingston Herald (press release)
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Mayor Gerretsen, along with Mayor and City Council representatives from 11 major Ontario cities,will meet with The Honourable Dwight Duncan, Minister of Finance and MPP Christine Elliott, Deputy Leader of the Official Opposition, on Tuesday August 23
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MPP supports call for suicide inquest - Windsor Star
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Progressive Conservative MPP and health critic Christine Elliott, centre, listens to Christine Epp, right as Kim Laporte looks on during a meeting to discuss a petition to the regional coroner to launch
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Queen's Park moves to take control of Niagara hospitals - Globe and Mail
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There had previously been progress within the system, she said, so she didn't make the decision earlier. Christine Elliott, health critic for the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, also said the decision is overdue. “This is something that should have
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Academy seeks to offer degree in troubleshooting - The Independent
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Business troubleshooters, aka company doctors,will be heading back to school if Christine Elliott gets her way. As chief executive of the Institute for Turnaround, Elliott is leading a plan to teach new recruits key skills needed to
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Plummer gives Bard of Avon a new twist - Ottawa Citizen
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Sighted were Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty with his wife, MPP Christine Elliott, Green leader Elizabeth May, Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney, Canadian Council of Chief
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Visa Europe Will Block WikiLeaks Donations Through Payment Site - Bloomberg
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Christine Elliott, a spokeswoman for New York-based American Express Co., declined to immediately comment. The WikiLeaks Twitter account, which has almost 1 million followers, posted a message yesterday about the “Financial block workaround
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Ornge lands in Oshawa - Newsdurhamregion.com
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"It's going to mean a huge difference, it's going to save lives in our community," said Whitby MPP Christine Elliott. And not just Durham Region, but southern Ontario, she added. When Ornge opened in Hamilton, part of its long-term plan was for an
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Jews and Methodists share a Seder table in July - Jerusalem Post
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“To be received with such generosity by the Jewish community in Southport was a delight,” the secretary for external relationships at the Methodist Church, Christine Elliott, said. “The meal we shared together was one where representatives of our two
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Meltdown on the high street - The Independent
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Christine Elliott, the chief executive of the Institute for Turnaround, says: "Some have said the woes are the fault of the recession. But this is not just about recession. The failures have been about the retailers that have not got their act together
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Mayor Ford and MPP Christine Elliott attend as Chief Guests - CNW Group (press release)
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TORONTO, June 28, 2011 /CNW/ - Harold Baird, the President of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), UK and Gulzari Babber, the Deputy President, traveled to Toronto to join Toronto Mayor Ford and MPP Christine Elliott at the
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Ontario launches $257M strategy to deal with kids' mental health - Toronto Star
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The new program stems from recommendations made by an all-party select committee on mental health and addiction, made up of Liberal MPP Kevin Flynn (Oakville), Progressive Conservative MPP Christine Elliott (Whitby-Oshawa) and New Democratic Party MPP
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It's time to fight obesity, opposition parties say - Toronto Star
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Ontario has to take action, said Conservative deputy leader Christine Elliott. “They say that obesity is the new smoking, the new public health threat,” Elliott said yesterday. “We need to take that very seriously, not just with adults,
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How Hudak might build a cabinet - Toronto Star
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If Hudak defeats Dalton McGuinty, his cabinet will likely include his rivals from the 2009 leadership contest: MPPs Christine Elliott (Whitby—Oshawa), Randy Hillier (Lanark—Frontenac—Lennox and Addington), and Frank Klees (Newmarket—Aurora)
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Ashburn school looks back on 150 years - Newsdurhamregion.com
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Whitby-Oshawa MPP Christine Elliott made a special appearance at the event, along with members of Whitby council, including Mayor Pat Perkins, North Ward Councillor Tracy Hanson and Regional Councillor Don Mitchell. The dedication of the committee to
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Christine Elliott
    FIFTIES
  • 2009
    Age 53
    At the leadership convention on June 28, 2009 in Markham, Ontario, Elliott placed third in the results behind newly anointed leader Tim Hudak and runner-up Frank Klees.
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    On April 4, 2009, Elliott entered the race to succeed former leader John Tory.
    More Details Hide Details She portrayed herself as a centrist alternative to her three right-wing opponents—Hudak, Klees and Randy Hillier. During her announcement she criticised her main rival Tim Hudak. She said, "He really wants to replicate some of the campaigns and some of the solutions that worked in the 1990s. What happened in 1995 is not the solution for 2009." She said that as leader, she would push for a 'sector-by-sector' innovation strategy for Ontario. She also said that she supports nuclear energy and that the Liberal's green energy plan was insufficient for Ontario's needs. Elliott also supported a flat income tax system.
    Elliott was a candidate in the 2009 Progressive Conservative leadership election and came in third place behind winner Tim Hudak and runner-up Frank Klees, and currently serves as the party's deputy leader.
    More Details Hide Details Elliott was born in Oshawa and grew up in Whitby. She attended the University of Western Ontario where she studied law.
  • 2006
    Age 50
    Elliott was first elected in a by-election in March 2006 after her husband was elected to the federal Parliament.
    More Details Hide Details She served as the Opposition Critic for the Attorney General and Women’s Issues. In the shadow cabinet shuffle following Hudak's victory, Elliott was appointed Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Critic for Health and Long-Term Care.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1980
    Age 24
    She was called to the Ontario Bar in 1980.
    More Details Hide Details She was a founding member and partner of the Whitby law firm Flaherty Dow Elliott & McCarthy, where she practised in real estate, corporate and estate law. Elliott received Whitby's Peter Perry Award, an annual recognition of Whitby's outstanding citizen. Prior to that she became a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow in recognition of her pro bono legal work. She is the co-founder and director of the Abilities Centre, a director and past chair of Grandview Children’s Centre and a director of the Lakeridge Health Whitby Foundation. She was board president of the Durham Mental Health Services (DMHS) and was recognized when it named one of their group homes in her honour (Elliott House). She is a director of Legacy Private Trust and has been a director of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Elliott and her husband, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty live in Whitby with their triplet sons John, Galen and Quinn.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1956
    Age 0
    Born in 1956.
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