Bill Burrows

Bill Burrows for MP, Beaches-East York

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Bill Burrows

Bill Burrows is a successful entrepreneur and passionate community advocate committed to the betterment of Beaches—East York, and to being a strong voice for the issues that matter most to its residents.

As a young immigrant to Canada of Greek-Irish ancestry, Bill embraced the values of hard work, perseverance and love of community instilled in him by his parents.

Bill founded his first successful technology company while still in his mid-20s. With offices in Toronto and Silicon Valley, California, this company employed 20 people. Currently, he is a consultant and champion of innovation for high-tech and electronics manufacturing industries in Canada.

Bill and his wife Elizabeth have called Beaches-East York home for 18 years, and have raised their family here. Bill has been a constant champion for his community, serving as president of the Beaches—East York Conservative Riding Association as well as Kew Beach Daycare. He is a board member of the Flemingdon Health Centre, and was a co-founder and former president of the Kew Beach Neighborhood Association.

He remains passionate about infrastructure renewal, the availability of quality job opportunities through a thriving private sector, and tax relief for working and middle class families.

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Supporting Canada’s Mining Sector

Responsible resource development creates jobs, fuels growth and promotes prosperity across the country. The mining sector is particularly critical to Canada’s economy with over 380,000 Canadians employed in mining and thousands more employed indirectly. Since 2006, our government has helped to support mining exploration, investment and jobs through the Mineral Exploration Tax Credit. We announced […]

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Expanding Broadband to Rural Communities

In today’s digital economy, access to the internet is essential to create jobs, realize economic opportunities and connect Canadians to online services. While Canada is one of the most connected nations in the world, critical gaps in broadband access still exist, particularly in rural and remote areas of the country. Rural Canadians expect and deserve […]

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Tax Relief For Service Club Members

A re-elected Conservative government will build on our record of supporting charitable giving and voluntarism by providing tax relief for service club memberships via the Charitable Donations Tax Credit. This new policy will help hundreds of thousands of service club members carry out important work in their communities. Only our party will continue to encourage […]

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Making Adoption More Affordable

There is no higher calling than raising a child – and no greater reward. A re-elected Conservative government will help Canadian parents who adopt children by significantly increasing the value of the Adoption Expense Tax Credit, raising the maximum amount to $20,000 and making it fully refundable. Every year, thousands of Canadian families are transformed […]

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Beaches-East York

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Victoria Park Avenue with Sunrise Avenue; thence westerly along Sunrise Avenue and its production to the Don River East Branch; thence generally southwesterly along said river to Taylor Creek; thence generally easterly along said creek to the northeasterly production of Coxwell Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said production and Coxwell Boulevard to Coxwell Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Lake Shore Boulevard East; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 210° to Ashbridge’s Bay; then generally southerly along said bay to its southerly extremity; thence due south to the southerly limit of the City of Toronto; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to the southerly production of Victoria Park Avenue; thence northerly along said production and Victoria Park Avenue to the point of commencement.

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