Yvonne’s priorities lie with the concerns of her constituents, and in Don Valley West it is vital that the community feels heard and represented. This is why Yvonne’s goals are simple: improve public safety by supporting the Toronto Police Service and giving them the resources they need to protect the community, empowering the community through sustainable economic growth, encouraging small business owners to follow their dreams, and facilitate beneficial trade with foreign markets that will put Ontario, and Toronto, in an enviable position for the future.
Yvonne’s recent thought leadership and media commentary can be found here:
In the Toronto Sun, Yvonne shares her thoughts on why the Conservative Party acted with integrity and strength by disqualifying Patrick Brown from its leadership race.
At a time of prolonged and worsening economic uncertainty, small and medium businesses in Canada again find themselves in the eye of the storm. As the owner of a small business, it’s not only the palpable labour shortage, rising inflation or stock market declines making me uneasy; our federal government’s overt lack of focus on economic growth has put businesses in a place of peril.
Next month I am honoured to be representing Canada, as the owner of a small business, at the platinum jubilee celebrations of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Canada’s participation in this event showcases the unique relationship we have with our British cousins.
Yet despite my excitement and gratitude for being invited to help celebrate such a significant historical moment I cannot help but be reminded of a long-standing disappointment: the failure of our two countries to translate our relationship into a mutually beneficial free trade agreement….
Yvonne recently did an interview on The Arlene Bynon Show, where they discussed her article in the Financial Post about promoting trade with the UK in the wake of the war in Ukraine. Notably: