Re-elect Andrew Saxton

For Member of Parliament in North Vancouver

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Andrew Saxton

Andrew Saxton was first elected to the House of Commons in 2008 and was re-elected in 2011. Mr. Saxton was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance in September 2013.

Previously, he was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the President of the Treasury Board in November 2008, and, concurrently, Parliamentary Secretary for Western Economic Diversification following his re-election in May 2011.

Prior to entering federal politics, Mr. Saxton was Chief Executive Officer of King George Financial Corp., a real estate investment firm, and was on the Board of Directors of Canaco Resources, a gold exploration company. Mr. Saxton has worked for Credit Suisse at their Switzerland, New York and Vancouver offices, and for HSBC at their Hong Kong and Singapore offices. He is a former member of the board of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of British Columbia and Yukon.

Mr. Saxton graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a degree in administrative and commercial studies.

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A Cure for the Cut – addressing Upper Levels congestion.

As a North Vancouver commuter, I know that something has to be done about traffic flow on Highway 1, particularly between Mountain Highway and the Second Narrows Bridge. I was proud to recently deliver $46 million in federal infrastructure funds from Ottawa, to build new, modern interchanges and overpasses on the Upper Levels highway, at […]

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Support for Veterans

Prime Minister Harper has taken action to defend the interests of the brave men and women and their families who have served in the Canadian Armed Forces. Stephen Harper believes that through their dedication and commitment, Canadian families continue to live in peace and security in an increasingly insecure world. We have taken decisive and […]

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Tax Relief for Service Club Members

A re-elected Conservative government will build on our record of supporting charitable giving and voluntarism by providing tax relief for service club memberships via the Charitable Donations Tax Credit. This new policy will help hundreds of thousands of service club members carry out important work in their communities. Only our party will continue to encourage […]

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Protecting BC’s Environment

Our Conservative government has taken practical and concrete steps to conserve and enhance our country’s natural environment. Today, August 21, the Prime Minister announced additional actions to protect Pacific salmon and salmon habitat and to safeguard BC’s marine environment. We’ll partner with the Pacific Salmon Foundation to restore estuaries critical to the survival of salmon and preserve the […]

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New Presentation House Gallery and North Vancouver Museum

In July, I was proud to announce our government’s $4.7m contribution towards building a new home on the North Vancouver waterfront for Presentation House Gallery (to be renamed the Polygon Gallery) and the North Vancouver Museum. You can read more about the role these projects play in the revitalization of Lower Lonsdale and the Shipyards site here. Our […]

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Prime Minister Harper Visits North Vancouver

Looking to buy your first home (or know somebody who is)? Today in North Vancouver, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that a re-elected Conservative government will increase the allowable tax-free RRSP withdrawal from $25,000 to $35,000 — a 40% increase for first-time buyers.

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Home Renovation Tax Credit

Prime Minister Harper announced the next phase of our low-tax plan for Canadian families. A Conservative government will introduce a new, permanent Home Renovation Tax Credit that will help Canadians maintain and increase the value of their homes. For most Canadians, the family home is their biggest financial investment and the place where they raise […]

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Strong Economy

This is an election about leadership on the big issues that affect all Canadians: the economy and our country’s security. A national election is not a popularity contest. It’s a genuine choice between practical, serious, real-world experience and a dangerous approach that has failed before and is failing in other countries. While the global economy remains […]

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Universal Child Care Benefit

  Prime Minister Stephen Harper understands the financial pressures that families face and knows that ultimately they are best placed to decide how to spend their hard-earned money   As part of his proven leadership for families, Prime Minister Stephen Harper introduced the Universal Child Care Benefit in 2006 and enhanced it in 2015. All […]

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- Prime Minister Stephen Harper

North Vancouver

The electoral boundaries are changing for the 2015 federal election!

Population growth in areas like B.C. means that we need more Members of Parliament to represent us in Ottawa. The Conservative Government legislated to give us our fair share by adding 6 new seats in B.C.

This means existing boundaries must change and areas like Seymour, Deep Cove, and Blueridge are no longer in the re-distributed riding, while areas like Norgate and Pemberton Heights will be incorporated into the new North Vancouver area.

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Andrew Saxton's Campaign Office

Tel: 604-980-5300
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Please note that during the election campaign period Andrew Saxton’s constituency office remains open and available to help with case management and assisting with government services. Fore more information, please call 604-775-6333