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Tuesday, September 29, 2015 • 7-9pm

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This special supplement presents local and national statistics, highlighting data about economic, health and standard of living indicators – information to be considered when you make your decision on election day. When they go to the polls on October 19, many factors will influence who they choose to lead the country. From the economy to foreign policy, infrastructure to the environment, this is a multi-issue election.

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THECANDIDATES

PEOPLESTATS

*DECLARED AS OF SEPT. 16

SURREY-NEWTON

POPULATION FOR SOUTH SURREY-WHITE ROCK-CLOVERDALE

2006

2011

SOURCE: STATS CANADA *ESTIMATED

Sukh Dhaliwal A professional engineer and B.C. land surveyor, he served as Liberal MP for Newton-North Delta from 2006 to 2011, and was also official Opposition critic for the Asia Pacific Gateway.

A professional facilitator and management consultant who has taught graduate-level business ethics at both UBC and SFU, he is a long-time social justice and peace advocate, and a second time candidate for the Green Party in the area.

Liberal Party of Canada

Green Party of Canada

111,756

Green Party of Canada

Liberal Party of Canada

JOBS EARNINGLEVELS

UNEMPLOYMENT

*Incumbent

$125,000 & OVER

5,245

4.2%

$80,000 & OVER

10,620

2006

5.9% 0.0% 2011

2015

FAMILYINCOME

*MEDIAN, BY HOUSEHOLD

*2010 – SOUTH SURREY SURREY-WHITE ROCK-CLOVERDALE

2006 2010

19,455

$50,000 & OVER

$20,000 & OVER

32,730

$65,884 $75,364

127,729

2011 ELECTION RESULTS SS-WR-CLOVERDALE With a voter turnout of 65.15 per cent, voters in South Surrey-White Rock-Cloverdale returned Conservative MP Russ Hiebert for his fourth (and what turned out to be final) term of office, with more than half votes cast for him in a field of nine candidates. In February 2014 Hiebert announced he would not for a fifth term, and his riding was redistributed between South Surrey-White Rock and Langley City-Cloverdale.

GREEN

ROB SCAGEL

COUNTINGHEADS CENSUS METROPOLITAN AREA (CMA)

PARTY

LIBERAL NDP

Jinny Sims New Democratic Party

Born in India, and raised and educated in England, the past president of the BC Teachers Federation has been MP since 2011 and is dedicated to both education and social justice issues.

Harpreet Singh Conservative Party of Canada

Libertarian Party of Canada

Dianne Lynn Watts Conservative Party of Canada

*DISCLAIMER: THIS WEB POLL, CONDUCTED AUG. 28 TO SEPT. 4, REFLECTS OPINIONS OF SITE VISITORS WHO VOLUNTARILY PARTICIPATED. RESULTS MAY NOT REPRESENT THE OPINIONS OF THE PUBLIC AS A WHOLE

The day after you are not elected, what are you going to do for Surrey-White Rock?

PATTIE PETRALA

IND.

27%

45.1 21%

CONSERVATIVE

SOUTH SURREY-WHITE ROCK Larry Colero

Pamela Sangha

Judy Higginbotham

Raised in Surrey, and a keen environmentalist interested in building community, the University of Victoria graduate received a B.A. in political science in 2011.

A 40-year resident of Surrey, she was as a city council member for 25 years, serving on more than 40 committees. She bowed out of municipal politics for a run at federal office in 2008, but returned for a run as an independent candidate for Surrey councillor in 2011.

Pixie Hobby New Democratic Party A Crescent Beach resident for 16 years, she is a lawyer and passionate environmentalist who worked on development and implementation of Canada’s Environmental Assessment Act during her 32 years with the Department of Justice.

Bonnie Hu

A journalist and small business owner in Surrey for over a decade, he is well-known as a political commentator and TV host in Surrey’s ethnic media.

A recent arrival to the Semiahmoo Peninsula, studying for a real estate license, the 2015 business administration graduate of Seneca College in Ontario is inspired to run for office locally by the emergence of young candidates in other Greater Vancouver ridings.

WEASKED

A 23-year resident of South Surrey, Watts served three terms as mayor of Surrey between 2005 and 2015, establishing a record for moulding teams and building relationships with other levels of government and the private sector.

WILL YOU VOTE FOR THE PARTY OR THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE OCT. 19 ELECTION?

SOCIAL VOICES QUESTIONS FOR CANDIDATES

73%

How will you ensure better regular useful communication and engagement with residents when elected?

ARLENE MCGINN What are you prepared to do to support women and women’s issues?

FIVE OTHER CANDIDATES

55% 20% 17% 6%

1.3 -0.3

%

(2011)

26K 83K

MEDIAN AGE IN COMMUNITY ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

MARRIED COUPLES WITH CHILDREN RESIDENTS AGED 15 TO 64

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015 • 7-9pm

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Larry Colero

POPULATION FOR SOUTH SURREY-WHITE ROCK-CLOVERDALE

Liberal Party of Canada

A professional facilitator and management consultant who has taught graduate-level business ethics at both UBC and SFU, he is a long-time social justice and peace advocate, and a second time candidate for the Green Party in the area.

A professional engineer and B.C. land surveyor, he served as Liberal MP for Newton-North Delta from 2006 to 2011, and was also official Opposition critic for the Asia Pacific Gateway.

Judy Higginbotham

Pamela Sangha Green Party of Canada

A 40-year resident of Surrey, she was as a city council member for 25 years, serving on more than 40 committees. She bowed out of municipal politics for a run at federal office in 2008, but returned for a run as an independent candidate for Surrey councillor in 2011.

Raised in Surrey, and a keen environmentalist interested in building community, the University of Victoria graduate received a B.A. in political science in 2011.

Pixie Hobby

Jinny Sims New Democratic Party

Born in India, and raised and educated in England, the past president of the BC Teachers Federation has been MP since 2011 and is dedicated to both education and social justice issues.

Bonnie Hu

Harpreet Singh

WILL YOU VOTE FOR THE PARTY OR THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE OCT. 19 ELECTION? *DISCLAIMER: THIS WEB POLL, CONDUCTED AUG. 28 TO SEPT. 4, REFLECTS OPINIONS OF SITE VISITORS WHO VOLUNTARILY PARTICIPATED. RESULTS MAY NOT REPRESENT THE OPINIONS OF THE PUBLIC AS A WHOLE

ROB SCAGEL The day after you are not elected, what are you going to do for Surrey-White Rock?

How will you ensure better regular useful communication and engagement with residents when elected?

ARLENE MCGINN

5,245

4.2%

$80,000 & OVER

10,620

5.9% 0.0% 2011

2015

FAMILYINCOME $50,000 & OVER

19,455

73%

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IND.

27%

32,730

*2010 – SOUTH SURREY SURREY-WHITE ROCK-CLOVERDALE

COUNTINGHEADS CENSUS METROPOLITAN AREA (CMA)

PARTY

$20,000 & OVER

45.1 21%

2006 2010 *MEDIAN, BY HOUSEHOLD

$65,884 $75,364

SS-WR-CLOVERDALE With a voter turnout of 65.15 per cent, voters in South Surrey-White Rock-Cloverdale returned Conservative MP Russ Hiebert for his fourth (and what turned out to be final) term of office, with more than half votes cast for him in a field of nine candidates. In February 2014 Hiebert announced he would not for a fifth term, and his riding was redistributed between South Surrey-White Rock and Langley City-Cloverdale.

FIVE OTHER CANDIDATES

55% 20% 17% 6%

(2011)

MEDIAN AGE IN COMMUNITY ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

GREEN

A 23-year resident of South Surrey, Watts served three terms as mayor of Surrey between 2005 and 2015, establishing a record for moulding teams and building relationships with other levels of government and the private sector.

QUESTIONS FOR CANDIDATES

$125,000 & OVER

UNEMPLOYMENT

2006

WEASKED

Conservative Party of Canada

127,729

2011 ELECTION RESULTS

A journalist and small business owner in Surrey for over a decade, he is well-known as a political commentator and TV host in Surrey’s ethnic media.

Dianne Lynn Watts

PATTIE PETRALA

EARNINGLEVELS

Conservative Party of Canada

A recent arrival to the Semiahmoo Peninsula, studying for a real estate license, the 2015 business administration graduate of Seneca College in Ontario is inspired to run for office locally by the emergence of young candidates in other Greater Vancouver ridings.

SOCIAL VOICES

JOBS

*Incumbent

A Crescent Beach resident for 16 years, she is a lawyer and passionate environmentalist who worked on development and implementation of Canada’s Environmental Assessment Act during her 32 years with the Department of Justice.

Libertarian Party of Canada

111,756

LIBERAL NDP

Liberal Party of Canada

New Democratic Party

2011

SOURCE: STATS CANADA *ESTIMATED

Sukh Dhaliwal

Green Party of Canada

2006

CONSERVATIVE

SOUTH SURREY-WHITE ROCK

PEOPLESTATS

*DECLARED AS OF SEPT. 16

26K 83K

MARRIED COUPLES WITH CHILDREN RESIDENTS AGED 15 TO 64

1.3 -0.3

%


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CRIMERATES THECANDIDATES CANADA 5190 BRITISH COLUMBIA 7454 CANADA 1092 BRITISH COLUMBIA 1262 Stephen Harper Age: 56

Total crime rate down

Prime Minister – Leader, Conservative Party of Canada

Stephen Harper has been the Prime Minister of Canada since 2006 and the leader of the Conservative Party since 2004. Born in Toronto, Harper moved to Alberta after high school – first to Edmonton, then to study economics at the University of Calgary. He has been MP of Calgary Southwest since 2002, originally with the Canadian Alliance party, and became the Leader of the Opposition in that year’s election.

Total crime rate down

Justin Trudeau Age:43

Born in Ottawa while his father, Pierre Trudeau, was Prime Minister of Canada, Justin was raised in Montreal and is a graduate of both McGill University and UBC. Before entering politics, he worked as a French and math teacher in Vancouver. He won the riding of Papineau (Quebec) as a Liberal MP in 2008 – a position he still holds. He was named leader of the Liberal Party of Canada in 2013, succeeding Bob Rae.

Thomas Mulcair Age: 60

Leader, New Democratic Party

Mulcair was born in Ottawa in 1954 and raised in Quebec – in Hull and Laval – and graduated from Montreal’s McGill University in 1977. Mulcair was elected leader of the NDP in 2012, succeeding the late Jack Layton as the head of Canada’s Official Opposition. Mulcair has been the MP for Outremont (Quebec) since 2007.

FAMILYINCOME INDIVIDUALINCOME

2008

2009

2010

CONSERVATIVE

CANADA

7.7% NDP

7.5%

LIBERAL

VOTER TURN OUT

Stephen Harper’s Conservative Party won its third consecutive federal election, this time increasing its seat count to 166 to grab a majority government. The NDP, under the late Jack Layton, surged into the official opposition’s chair with 103 seats – the largest total in the party’s history. Meanwhile, the Liberal Party tumbled from 77 seats (in 2008) to just 34, and leader Michael Ignatieff left his post after the election. The Bloc Quebecois and Gilles Duceppe – who has returned to his position for 2015 – crashed from 49 seats won in 2008 to just four, losing its official party status.

$74,540

$28,920

$28,840

$29,250

$30,180

$31,320

8.7% 7.1%

2011 2012

6.4%

2013

7.1%

2014

6.5%

2014

2015

61.4% 39.6% 30.6% 18.9% 6.0% 103 SEATS

34 SEATS

4 SEATS

29.3%

IMPORTS EXPORTS

2012

$72,240

6.8%

2015

SOURCE: STATS CANADA

SHARE OF WEALTH OWNED BY WEALTHIEST 10%

CANADA

47.9%

B.C.

56.2%

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

CANADA

5.5%

B.C.

3.1%

34.2%

2014 - 2015

SHELTER + FOOD

2013 - 2014

SOURCE: 2015 BUDGET

GDP GROWTH JOBGROWTH

$403,966,700,000 $456,612,500,000 $463,135,100,000 $479,266,200,000 $528,794,800,000

GDP GROWTH OF G7 COUNTRIES SINCE END OF RECESSION IN 2009

$413,670,000,000 $456,044,900,000 $474,287,100,000 $486,487,400,000 $524,241,800,000

$516 25.3%

TAXES, INSURANCE, PENSION, HEALTH + EDUCATION

$382

JOB GROWTH OF G7 COUNTRIES OVER THE RECOVERY

+15.6% +13.5% +11.6% +10.3% +9.1% +5.7% -2.3%

IMPORTS

SHARE OF WEALTH OWNED BY POOREST 50%

SOURCE: STATS CANADA. SPENDING PER WEEK.

2015 - 2016

GDP GROWTH COMPARISIONS

EXPORTS 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

WEALTH GAP

+7.4% +8.9% +5.1% +6.5% +2.0% +1.1% +0.6%

19.8%

TRANSPORT + HOUSEHOLD OPERATIONS

$298 20.7%

RECREATION + OTHER Furnishings, clothing, reading materials, gifts, donations, misc. expenses, tobacco/alcohol, personal care, games of chance

MEDICAL MARIJUANA 2015 ESTIMATED, SOURCE: HEALTH CANADA

166 SEATS

2011

$69,860

2013

6.8%

+1.4 BILLION -2.0 BILLION -5.2 BILLION

2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

$68,410

7.1%

GREEN BLOC QUEBÉCOIS

The 2011 federal election resulted in a major power shuffle in Ottawa – the incumbents increased their lead while others rose to prominence and relevance, and a once-dynastic party left in defeat, forced to rebuild.

2012

30.8%

2001 - 2012

$68,860

BRITISH COLUMBIA

2011

32.3% 31.2%

HOUSEHOLD SPENDING

SOURCE: 2015 BUDGET

SOURCE: STATS CANADA

SOURCE: STATS CANADA. FROM FEBRUARY OF EACH YEAR.

Leader, Green Party of Canada

VOTER TURNOUT

+12.2%

2001 - 2012

UNEMPLOYMENTRATE

Elizabeth May is the leader of the Green Party and the MP for Saanich-Gulf Islands in B.C. May became just the party’s second-ever Member of Parliament, winning her riding in the 2011 federal election (even though she was not invited to that year’s national TV debates). She won the Green Party’s leadership in 2006, replacing Jim Harris.

And the Green Party won its first-ever seat in Ottawa, with party leader Elizabeth May taking her riding in Saanich– Gulf Islands.

CANADIAN POPULATION

-26.3%

BUDGET DEFICIT/SURPLUS

ACTUAL AND PROJECTED SOURCE: 2015 BUDGET

SOURCE: STATS CANADA

Elizabeth May

2011

DEBT-TO-GDP RATIO

25.7% from 2008

MEDIAN TOTAL INCOME

The oldest leader of Canada’s major federal political parties, Duceppe is also the longest-serving leader of the five – he led the Bloc from 1997 to 2011, then re-assumed leadership this year, replacing Mario Beaulieu. Duceppe also served as MP for Laurier–Sainte Marie from 1990 to 2011. He has not yet announced which riding he’ll run for in 2015.

ELECTION RESULTS

CRIME RATES

18.14% from 2008

INCOMESTATS

Leader, Bloc Quebecois

Age: 61

2001 - 2012

22.8% from 2008

Total violent rate down

Gilles Duceppe Age: 67

+21.8%

21.7% from 2008

Total violent rate down

Leader, Liberal Party of Canada

FEDERAL DEBT$692 BILLION

POLICE OFFICERS

2013, INCIDENTS PER 100,000 POPULATION. SOURCE: STATS CANADA

3.9% 1 SEAT

NUMBER OF USERS IN CANADA AUTHORIZED BY HEALTH CANADA TO POSSESS MEDICAL MARIJUANA

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

12,829 27,778 29,888 37,884 +50,000

REFUGEECLAIMANTS BY COUNTRY

CHINA

KOREA

HUNGARY

ROMANIA

POLAND

SOURCE: STATS CANADA

2012 2013

1,665

723

1,882

283

175

760

151

95

39

37

DIANNE WATTS diannewatts.conservative.ca Facebook.com/DianneLWatts1 E-mail: info@sswr.ca 604-542-5510

A VOICE THAT WILL BE HEARD

TOP 50 COUNTRIES 2011 2012 2013

.................

2013 VS 2012

................ ................

25,317 20,469 10,350

49% REDUCTION

$310

GRAND TOTAL Equivalent $78,414 per household per year.

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Crescent United Church, 2756 - 127 St. Surrey

Tuesday, September 29, 2015 • 7-9pm

FEDERAL ELECTION CANDIDATES FORUM

This special supplement presents local and national statistics, highlighting data about economic, health and standard of living indicators – information to be considered when you make your decision on election day. When they go to the polls on October 19, many factors will influence who they choose to lead the country. From the economy to foreign policy, infrastructure to the environment, this is a multi-issue election.

OCTOBER 19

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OURFUTURE #ELECTION2015

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PEOPLESTATS

*DECLARED AS OF SEPT. 16

SURREY-NEWTON

POPULATION FOR SOUTH SURREY-WHITE ROCK-CLOVERDALE

2006

2011

SOURCE: STATS CANADA *ESTIMATED

Sukh Dhaliwal A professional engineer and B.C. land surveyor, he served as Liberal MP for Newton-North Delta from 2006 to 2011, and was also official Opposition critic for the Asia Pacific Gateway.

A professional facilitator and management consultant who has taught graduate-level business ethics at both UBC and SFU, he is a long-time social justice and peace advocate, and a second time candidate for the Green Party in the area.

Liberal Party of Canada

Green Party of Canada

111,756

Green Party of Canada

Liberal Party of Canada

JOBS EARNINGLEVELS

UNEMPLOYMENT

*Incumbent

$125,000 & OVER

5,245

4.2%

$80,000 & OVER

10,620

2006

5.9% 0.0% 2011

2015

FAMILYINCOME

*MEDIAN, BY HOUSEHOLD

*2010 – SOUTH SURREY SURREY-WHITE ROCK-CLOVERDALE

2006 2010

19,455

$50,000 & OVER

$20,000 & OVER

32,730

$65,884 $75,364

127,729

2011 ELECTION RESULTS SS-WR-CLOVERDALE With a voter turnout of 65.15 per cent, voters in South Surrey-White Rock-Cloverdale returned Conservative MP Russ Hiebert for his fourth (and what turned out to be final) term of office, with more than half votes cast for him in a field of nine candidates. In February 2014 Hiebert announced he would not for a fifth term, and his riding was redistributed between South Surrey-White Rock and Langley City-Cloverdale.

GREEN

ROB SCAGEL

COUNTINGHEADS CENSUS METROPOLITAN AREA (CMA)

PARTY

LIBERAL NDP

Jinny Sims New Democratic Party

Born in India, and raised and educated in England, the past president of the BC Teachers Federation has been MP since 2011 and is dedicated to both education and social justice issues.

Harpreet Singh Conservative Party of Canada

Libertarian Party of Canada

Dianne Lynn Watts Conservative Party of Canada

*DISCLAIMER: THIS WEB POLL, CONDUCTED AUG. 28 TO SEPT. 4, REFLECTS OPINIONS OF SITE VISITORS WHO VOLUNTARILY PARTICIPATED. RESULTS MAY NOT REPRESENT THE OPINIONS OF THE PUBLIC AS A WHOLE

The day after you are not elected, what are you going to do for Surrey-White Rock?

PATTIE PETRALA

IND.

27%

45.1 21%

CONSERVATIVE

SOUTH SURREY-WHITE ROCK Larry Colero

Pamela Sangha

Judy Higginbotham

Raised in Surrey, and a keen environmentalist interested in building community, the University of Victoria graduate received a B.A. in political science in 2011.

A 40-year resident of Surrey, she was as a city council member for 25 years, serving on more than 40 committees. She bowed out of municipal politics for a run at federal office in 2008, but returned for a run as an independent candidate for Surrey councillor in 2011.

Pixie Hobby New Democratic Party A Crescent Beach resident for 16 years, she is a lawyer and passionate environmentalist who worked on development and implementation of Canada’s Environmental Assessment Act during her 32 years with the Department of Justice.

Bonnie Hu

A journalist and small business owner in Surrey for over a decade, he is well-known as a political commentator and TV host in Surrey’s ethnic media.

A recent arrival to the Semiahmoo Peninsula, studying for a real estate license, the 2015 business administration graduate of Seneca College in Ontario is inspired to run for office locally by the emergence of young candidates in other Greater Vancouver ridings.

WEASKED

A 23-year resident of South Surrey, Watts served three terms as mayor of Surrey between 2005 and 2015, establishing a record for moulding teams and building relationships with other levels of government and the private sector.

WILL YOU VOTE FOR THE PARTY OR THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE OCT. 19 ELECTION?

SOCIAL VOICES QUESTIONS FOR CANDIDATES

73%

How will you ensure better regular useful communication and engagement with residents when elected?

ARLENE MCGINN What are you prepared to do to support women and women’s issues?

FIVE OTHER CANDIDATES

55% 20% 17% 6%

1.3 -0.3

%

(2011)

26K 83K

MEDIAN AGE IN COMMUNITY ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

MARRIED COUPLES WITH CHILDREN RESIDENTS AGED 15 TO 64

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