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September 17, 2021

Trudeau must fire candidate charged with sexual assault

Ottawa, ON – The Conservative Party National Campaign today released the following statement on Justin Trudeau’s candidate in Spadina—Fort York: “Last night, media reported that Justin Trudeau’s candidate in Spadina—Fort York was charged with sexual assault in 2019 – a fact that Justin Trudeau, the Liberal Party of Canada, and...

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September 13, 2021

Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole shares plan to support parents

Ottawa, ON – Today, the Hon. Erin O’Toole, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives, shared his plan to support parents. “The last thing I want new and expecting parents to worry about is their income or how they’re going to pay for essentials like cribs, car seats, and clothes when Justin Trudeau...

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September 12, 2021

Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole announces plan to support grieving parents

Vancouver, BC – Today, the Hon. Erin O’Toole, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives, announced his plan to support parents experiencing the trauma of a miscarriage, stillbirth, or loss of a child. “Every year, thousands of Canadian parents struggle with the loss of a child, but our current benefits system does not...

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September 11, 2021

Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole announces plan for the GTA

Whitby, ON – Today, the Hon. Erin O’Toole, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives, released his plan to improve the lives of Canadians in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Nearly one in five Canadians live in the GTA, but families in these communities are increasingly worried about finding a home they can...

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Réjeanne Caron

Meet The Candidate

Réjeanne Caron is a police officer with Winnipeg Police Service for the past 27 years. Réjeanne is also an active member of the Winnipeg Police union. Throughout Réjeanne’s career, she proudly served the residents of Elmwood Transcona and is honoured to be your Candidate in the upcoming Federal Election.

Réjeanne is an Indigenous woman, a proud mother and a wife. Réjeanne is the daughter of a small business owner and an immigrant mother. 

Réjeanne has served the community with compassion, integrity and honour. Réjeanne’s pristine policing record garnered her recognition from the Mayor of Winnipeg; she also received a Police Exemplary Service Medal from the Governor-General of Canada.

Réjeanne has worked in various operational, detective and specialty units such as the Sex Crimes Unit, Intelligence Unit, Criminal Intelligence Service Manitoba and the Organizational Development and Strategic Division.

Réjeanne worked on one of Winnipeg’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous Woman and Girl homicide cases. She saw firsthand the harsh realities which deeply affected Réjeanne, sparking her advocacy on Indigenous and social matters.

During Réjeanne’s duties, she worked with many people, organizations, not-for-profit organizations, shelters, businesses, and governments. Réjeanne has an in-depth understanding and invaluable experience of complicated social issues such as criminal behaviour, violence, addiction, poverty, mental health, and family violence.

Réjeanne has sat on many boards and committees, including the Winnipeg Safe Cities Initiative, a partnership with the UN Women Safe Cities and Safe Public Spaces Global Initiative to reduce sexual violence against women and girls in public spaces.

Réjeanne proudly participated on a steering committee of 34 community and government leaders to develop a strategy to end gender-based homelessness in Winnipeg. A first of its kind in Canada.

Réjeanne sits on a partnership and collaboration between between Winnipeg Police, WFPS, WRHA and Shared Health to enhance emergency services.

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