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About Kilbride

Kilbride specializes in the rail freight and energy sectors, acquiring land, procuring consents, and delivering the project on time and budget. The company energy and rail infrastructure. It is based in London, United Kingdom.

Kilbride Headquarters Location

7/10 Chandos Street 4th Floor

London, England, W1G 9DQ,

United Kingdom

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'Talented, passionate and principled': Canadian Party of Quebec names new candidates

Aug 2, 2022

Leader Colin Standish said the party hopes to amass 125 candidates, but that it's focusing on three core regions for now: Greater Montreal, the Eastern Townships and western Quebec. Author of the article: Article content The Canadian Party of Quebec has revealed a second slate of candidates ahead of the provincial election in October, this time for ridings in Montreal and Montérégie. Advertisement 2 Article content Try refreshing your browser, or 'Talented, passionate and principled': Canadian Party of Quebec names new candidates Back to video Three candidates as well as a new party president were introduced by leader Colin Standish during a news conference at Place du Canada on Tuesday, adding to five candidates revealed last month , including Standish himself in the riding of Westmount—Saint-Louis. “We’re building a very solid team to build a better Quebec,” Standish said Tuesday. “Talented, passionate and principled Quebecers from all walks of life have come forward to stand as candidates with the Canadian Party of Quebec.” The party, which officially launched at the end of June , promotes itself as being dedicated to minority, linguistic and Indigenous rights, as well as religious freedom, bilingualism and national unity. Candidates announced Tuesday include Scott Kilbride in Verdun, David Hamelin-Schuilenburg in Vaudreuil and Donna Pinel in La Pinière. In addition to Standish, they join candidates Jean Marier in Nelligan, Jean Lalonde in Argenteuil, Danilo Velasquez in Gatineau and Marc Goguen in Labelle. Advertisement 3 Article content Kilbride, a computer technician and network administrator at Selwyn House School, attributed his decision to join the party to the Liberals not taking a stronger stance against Bill 96 . (Liberal Leader Dominique Anglade has said she will alter but not repeal Bill 96 if the Liberals form the government, and the new rules imposing more French courses in English CEGEPs would also stay.) “They’re failing this city; they’re failing this province,” Kilbride said. Kilbride described running in the “very Liberal” riding of Verdun as an uphill battle, but said he’s ready. “I’m going to be knocking on every door, I’m going to be talking to everybody,” he said. “And the consensus so far is when I walk up and I go, ‘I’m part of the Canadian Party of Quebec and I’m against Bill 96,’ they go, ‘Where do I sign?’ ” Advertisement 4 Article content Hamelin-Schuilenburg is a communications officer for emergency services operations in Quebec. He has a background in politics, having held office and worked on Barack Obama’s campaigns in Pennsylvania. He said he chose to join the party because it has “the most shared values.” Hamelin-Schuilenburg described disrespect and broken promises by the Coalition Avenir Québec government as key issues for him, particularly related to Bill 96. “Bill 96 speaks for itself in the fact that it disrespects all the contributions anglophones and allophones made over decades to the prosperity of Quebec, which even François Legault acknowledged in his National Assembly inaugural speech,” Hamelin-Schuilenburg said. Advertisement 5 Article content He drew parallels between the passing of the controversial bill — described by many groups as an infringement on rights — and governments in authoritarian countries. “When they pull manoeuvres like this, Canadians and Quebecers are usually the first to stand up and protest,” Hamelin-Schuilenburg said. Donna Pinel is the Canadian Party of Quebec’s candidate for La Pinière. Photo by Allen McInnis /Montreal Gazette Pinel, a former commissioner on the Riverside School Board who now works as an office manager, said she couldn’t pass up the opportunity to join the party. “It’s nice to finally feel like I have a political option — a party that shares my values and my beliefs, and something that I can be proud to be a part of,” she said. Pinel added that many people she has spoken to so far have said they plan to vote for the Canadian Party of Quebec already. Advertisement 6 Article content “We’ll see how it turns out, and people will speak, in the end, with their vote,” she said. The new party president is Liz Campbell, who was described by Standish as “passionate about bilingualism.” Campbell has a background in human resources and has taught management at McGill University, and is replacing founding president Patrick Quinn, who will be heading to law school in the fall. Standish said the party hopes to amass 125 candidates ahead of the election, but that it’s focusing on three core regions for now: Greater Montreal, the Eastern Townships and western Quebec. “The Canadian Party is confident that we’re going to win seats and we’re going to be a voice for the voiceless in the National Assembly,” Standish said. “We’ll stand up for human rights, for civil liberties and the Canadian Constitution while opposing firmly Bill 21, Bill 40 and Bill 96, that illegitimately and unconstitutionally restructure our country and are detrimental to the future of all Quebecers and all Canadians.” With files from the Montreal Gazette’s Jesse Feith. Share this Story: 'Talented, passionate and principled': Canadian Party of Quebec names new candidates

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    Kilbride's headquarters is located at 7/10 Chandos Street, London.

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