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John on Parade

2009 Ladner Pioneer May Days Parade



John Cummins, M.P. with Katimavik participant Carey Lynn Barrett of Delta

John Cummins, M.P. visits with constituent Carey Lynn Barrett of Delta, who is participating in the Katimavik program. For more information on the program, visit www.katimavik.org or call 1-888-525-1503 


John Cummins, M.P. visits Tomekichi Homma Elementary School in Steveston

John Cummins, M.P. visits teacher Don Allison and his Grade 5/6 class at Tomekichi Homma Elementary School in Steveston.


John Cummins, M.P., with Forum for Young Canadians participants

Forum for Young Canadians Dinner on April 13th, 2005 on Parliament Hill. John Cummins, M.P. is pictured with Firat Ataman (on his left-hand side), a student from his constituency who participated in the Forum.


Official Swearing in for 38th Parliament

John Cummins, M.P. with his wife Sue and his daughter Caroline during his official swearing-in ceremony for the 38th Parliament.



Delta Police Pipe Band thank John Cummins

Doug Grant and Colin Abel presented this picture for John Cummins' contributions
and support of the Delta Police Pipe Band on March 31, 2005



Employment Resource Centre Ribbon Cutting

April 16, 2004 - L to R, Bonnie Robbins (staff, South Delta Resource Centre), Laura Dixon (Chair of Delta Youth Services), John Cummins MP, Val Roddick MLA, and Shirley-Ann Hastings (staff, South Delta Resource Centre)



John Cummins MP with Allan Bridges and his Delta Youth Services Internship class.

April 16, 2004



John Cummins with Flash

Photo taken by Flash's companion, Edgar Dunning.



Fishing Industry makes John Cummins
Person of the Year 2003

Phil Eidsvik presents John Cummins with the Person of The Year 2003 Award by the fishing industry at the Pacific Fisheries Dinner-Dance on November 28, 2003.




A Job Well Done

John Cummins presents
a Long Service Award
to Anne Davis of Delta



John Cummins with our communities’ recipients of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medals

Tsawwassen, November 15, 2002. The men and women accorded this honour have made significant contributions to Canada, British Columbia and the communities in the federal constituency of Delta-South Richmond. They are to be congratulated for being selected to receive this prestigious award. The recipients are: Leslie Abramson, Ernie Burnett, Brian Derrah, Edgar Dunning, Norm Dyck, Marjorie Henderson, George Hodgins, John M. Horton, Doug Husband, Lois Jackson, Ted Lorenz, Doug Massey, Dugald J. Morrison, Bud Sakamoto, John Savage, John Thomas, Edward (Ted) Towers, Will Watkins, Dorothy Williams and Errol Wintemute. (more)



June 2002 Millennium Scholarships.

(L to R) Aekta Neel, Clayton Botkin, Roxanna Smallwood, Andrea Painter and Yuting Zhang (not pictured)



Statue honours contributions of all Canadian-Japanese fishermen

September 20, 2002: The Nikkei Fishermen's Committee, along with the Japanese Canadian National Museum, paid tribute to the contributions of all Canadian-Japanese fishermen in an unveiling ceremony of a statue designed by Richmond Jikkei artist, Junichiro Iwase. The statue is a life-sized bronze casting of a Japanese-Canadian fisherman poised to process a fish. It is erected on Steveston's waterfront along cannery row. John Cummins (left) poses with Soichi Shiho, and Gerry Miller in front of the statue.


(L to R) MP's Diane Ablonczy, Carol Skelton, and John Cummins support "Miles for Meagan" with Elisabeth Ross and Martha Hoyt
September 2001 - Parliament Hill

A message of support in the House of Commons
from John Cummins, MP Delta South Richmond

House of Commons - September 18, 2001 - Mr. Speaker, yesterday, while the House was quite rightly considering the course of the nation in the wake of the terrorist attack in the United States, I attended the launching of a bike tour from Ottawa to Toronto called Miles for Megan. The tour is to help raise awareness and funds for the fight against ovarian cancer. Megan Rodger was 18 when she passed away last November because of this disease.

The fundraising tour, organized by Megan's Mom and Dad, will, over eight days, pass through Cornwall, Brockville, Kingston, Trenton, Belleville, Peterborough, Oshawa and Markham, finishing at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto on September 25.

Ovarian cancer is a family disease that attacks our wives, daughters, mothers and sisters, but it can be beaten, as evidenced by my colleague from Saskatoon--Rosetown--Biggar, herself a survivor of ovarian cancer. I ask my colleagues and the residents of these fine Ontario communities to support the Miles for Megan ride and the 2,500 Canadian women this disease will strike this year.

Mr. John Cummins
(Delta--South Richmond, Canadian Alliance)

More information: http://www.idv8.com/milesformeagan/index.html



"Take Me Out To The Ball Game!"

April 8, 2001 - John Cummins speaks at North Delta Baseball Opening Day


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