Krystina Waler

St. Catharines

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October 10, 2019

Andrew Scheer will introduce EI leave benefits for adoptive parents

A new Conservative government will also boost the Adoption Expense Tax Credit Andrew Scheer will make it easier for Canadian families to welcome a new child into their home by introducing EI adoption leave benefits for adoptive parents and boosting the Adoption Expense Tax Credit, David Sweet, the Conservative candidate...

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October 09, 2019

Justin Trudeau cannot be trusted to lower taxes for Canadians

Trudeau has already raised taxes on more than 80% of middle-class families Today Justin Trudeau announced that a re-elected Liberal government will immediately introduce legislation to lower taxes for the middle-class. But just like in 2015, Trudeau is lying. He will not lower taxes for middle-class families, he is not...

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October 09, 2019

A new Conservative government will close the loophole in the Safe Third Country Agreement

Scheer to restore order, fairness, and compassion to Canada’s immigration system A new Conservative government will restore public confidence in Canada’s immigration system by stopping the flow of illegal border crossers from the United States and prioritizing newcomers from the world’s most dangerous countries, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said. “Canadians’...

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October 09, 2019

Trudeau’s not-so-hidden agenda: Legalizing hard drugs

Trudeau refused to rule out legalizing more drugs in TVA debate Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have left the door wide open to legalizing hard drugs in Canada if re-elected. Trudeau refused to rule out the possibility during the TVA debate saying he wouldn’t legalize hard drugs “right now”. Here is what...

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Krystina Waler

Meet The Candidate

Krystina Waler was born and raised in St. Catharines, Ontario. Her grandparents were immigrants who came to Canada to find a better life. Krystina grew up with a sense of responsibility to give back to the country that provided so many opportunities to her family. She began her commitment to service by teaching Sunday school and working in the kitchen at her church, St. George’s, on Facer Street.

After completing high school at Sir Winston Churchill, Krystina continued her studies at Wilfrid Laurier University, receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree (Honours) in Biology.

Krystina’s commitment to service continued in both Peru and Ukraine where she learned the impact one person can have on the lives of children. She also learned that communities grow and improve when children’s lives improve.

Krystina worked in clinical research in Ukraine while continuing her service to orphans and disenfranchised youth. The world, as she knew it, changed in Ukraine when university students and young professionals were gunned down by Russian-backed government forces in the centre of Kyiv and a revolution began.

Canada was one of the first countries to support efforts to establish a real democracy in Ukraine. While helping to organize a soup kitchen out of an apartment in Kyiv, Krystina... Read Bio