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Georgia Stewart - Candidate Profile
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St. John's South—Mount PearlGeorgia Stewart
Georgia Faith Stewart is proud to step up and provide the residents of St. John’s South – Mount Pearl the ability to vote for People’s Party of Canada.
As a mother of two daughters, Georgia is serious about doing what she can to ensure that Canada has government leadership that honours the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and puts the needs of Canadians first.
Georgia and her family reside in Mount Pearl and live a typical Newfoundland family lifestyle. Her spouse, Matt, is a rotational worker and Georgia has worked in her family business for over 10 years.
No stranger to the effects this past 18 months has had to local business or children’s wellbeing, she believes the damage that has been done need a new approach from the reckless money printing and spending that Canadians are now responsible for.
Georgia is particularly excited about the PPC’s platform with regards to entrepreneurial and small business support, improvements to healthcare, growthto the oil and gas industry, implementation of solutions to improve our environment, and the dedication to indigenous communities, that should have seen significantly improved living conditions and clean drinking water, as promised by the current government years ago.
Freedom of Expression and the guarding of our rights including mandantory vaccines and vaccine passports is the only option to maintain this True North Strong and Free!
Contact Georgia: [email protected]
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