...to everyone who has supported me in the past and I look forward to earning the support of others in the future.
When asked why I chose to get involved in politics, I often say "because I know what happens when you don’t get involved!". When I was a little girl my family and I fled Poland by escaping under cover of darkness through East Germany and ultimately made it here to Canada, the single greatest country on earth. We were effected by those that chose to be involved in politics… in the most negative way.
I feel that politics is like the only restaurant in town and it is being run by a bunch of cooks with little or no cooking skills. These cooks then tell you that you have to choose something on the menu. However, you already know that every recipe is tired, out dated and because the owners of this restaurant know that there is no competition…they can serve you anything they want, made with the worst ingredients and charge you whatever they want. Unfortunately, you will accept it, over pay for your substandard meal and worst of all, come back and do it all over again in the near future.
Now there is a new restaurant in town and it’s the Trillium Party of Ontario. FRESH IDEAS, new CARING COOKS and a willingness to serve the folks paying the bill WHAT THEY WANT.
I am urging everyone to help out in some way, volunteer, donate or simply spread the word.
If we can make a dent in the expected votes that the "Big Three" parties are so used to getting, I promise you this… You will see significant platform changes in the next Provincial General Election.
JOIN US TO GET INVOLVED!!!
Social Activist of the Year
Mississsauga Mayor, Bonnie Crombie (right), is presenting Ania (left) with the Activist of the Year Award from the Polish Chamber of Commerce. It is an honour Ania is very proud of. "I believe if you don't speak out and try to fix a problem...you're part of the problem" - Ania Krosinska
Chinese Fundraiser in Aid of Alberta Wildfire
Ania (left) and Bob Yaciuk (right) helping out at the Chinese Cultural Centre Fundraiser for Fort McMurray. A special "way to go" to Kai Tao from the Red Cross for putting the evening together. We raised over $130,000!
Help by Volunteering to Canvass
The hardest part of campaigning is getting your message out there. Canvassing is the best way to do it.
My daughter Kaleena is absolutely the most tireless of all the volunteers... A real inspiration!