This survey takes just 2-3 minutes and is open to all constituents until Friday, September 17, 2021. Responses from outside the Oshawa riding are gratefully received but may not be acknowledged owing to time and the high number of responses.
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Colin Carrie MP
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Lately, I’ve received an increasing number of calls and e-mails about aircraft-related noise from nearby residents — mostly related to flight training and the frequency of ‘touch-and-go’ exercises at the Oshawa Executive Airport.
During my delegation before Oshawa’s Mayor and Councillors at the May 10, 2021 virtual public meeting of the City's Development Services Committee, I stated that all stakeholders must work together to minimize the impact of aircraft-related noise on local residents. We must also ensure that this vital economic, recreational and transportation asset continues to thrive — as a respectful, courteous partner and good neighbour.
While the City of Oshawa operates our airport, federal regulations govern its operation and aircraft movements.
With that in mind, my role as your federal Member of Parliament in Oshawa is to work with residents, businesses, airport management, our City, Transport Canada and the Minister to ensure all views are considered in current local and federal airport discussions.
Though I'm especially interested in hearing from constituents residing within the airport’s radius and/or flightpath — I've heard from hundreds of you over the past few weeks — I also welcome the views of Oshawa residents living north of Taunton Road in the neighbourhoods of Northwood, Cedar Valley, Samac, Winfields and Kedron.
As always, I’m most grateful for your time and contribution.
Update - June 28, 2021: I'm very sorry but there no supplies remaining. My sincere thanks for your spirit and support of Canada Day. Please remember to celebrate safely and responsibly.
Once again, my office has produced a limited number of Canada Day signs which are available to Oshawa constituents free of charge, while supplies last, on a first-come/first-served basis. You may place a sign on the lawn at your home, on the balcony of your apartment or at your business.
To order, please submit this form, ensuring that you include your street address.
I'll personally deliver as many signs as possible during the month of June (contact-free, of course). If I'm unable to attend your home or business, contact-free pick up will be available at my Constituency Office (52 Simcoe St S, Suite 2B in Lord Simcoe Place) during regular business hours (9:30am to 4:40pm Mon-Thurs and 9:30am to 12:00pm on Fri). Simply give us a call before you visit and we'll make sure your sign is ready.
If you're physically challenged, infirm or have circumstances that make it difficult to pick up your sign, please call my office at 905.440.4868 or send a note to me at [email protected].
The fine print: In the event that a federal general election is called while your sign is displayed, you may be required to remove it in accordance with Elections Canada regulations.
Request your sign
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I've just announced two new October dates in my series of Virtual Coffee with Colin events.
These Zoom-based online meetings are a great opportunity to get together with constituents and discuss their concerns with federal issues, programs, policies -- and politics in general.Read more
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If you are experiencing issues with any of the federal government programs listed above, please send us a message and a Constituency Assistant will reach out to arrange a discussion or personal meeting. You can also reach a Constituency Assistant by calling 905.440.4868 or by sending an e-mail to [email protected].Send feedback