Making Sure Northern Voices are heard in Ottawa – Hajdu
THUNDER BAY – ELECTION 2015 – Patty Hajdu is running for the Liberal Party of Canada in Thunder Bay Superior North. With less than a week left in the election campaign, Hajdu says it is getting hectic, as voters move to make up their minds.
Patty Hajdu has been building consensus to improve the lives of people living Northwestern Ontario for more than 20 years. She is widely known and respected for leading discussions on substance use, harm reduction, housing, and public health. Patty is Executive Director for Shelter House, Thunder Bay’s largest homeless shelter, which provides beds for 77 people and serves 700 meals daily. She manages a staff of 64 union and non-union employees and is responsible for an annual budget of more than $2.4 million.
Patty Hajdu is passionate about what academics call “the social determinants of health” – which simply means having a good job, a good education, access to adequate healthcare, and living in a safe, healthy, and sustainable environment.
Hajdu asks that voters read the Liberal Plan, at www.liberal.ca and make up their minds based on what is a solid plan that will take Canada forward.
Looking, for a second past election day, Hajdu says her priorities as the MP for Thunder Bay Superior North will be taking the message from Thunder Bay forward to the House of Commons.
Right now however the focus is on getting out the vote. The Liberal candidate is confident that her campaign, and volunteers are up to the task.
For more information visit Patty Hajdu website.