2016 Recipients of the Student History Award

October 20, 2016 Guest Speaker: Dr. Barry Kay, Political Science Department, WLU

October 20, 2016 Guest Speaker: Dr. Barry Kay, Political Science Department, WLU

Patrick Brown and Larry Wettlaufer 40th Anniversary Gala

March 15, 2018 Local nominated PC candidates panel: Amy Fee, Michael Harris and Mary Henein Thorn


Come hear the local nominated PC candidates, Amy Fee in Kitchener South - Hespeler, Michael Harris, MPP for Kitchener Conestoga and Mary Henein Thorn in Kitchener Centre, as the expected June 7, 2018 provincial election fast approaches!

Amy Fee, Kitchener South - Hespeler

Amy is a current School Board Trustee representing Kitchener-Wilmot with the Waterloo Catholic District School Board.  In addition, Amy serves as the Board Chair for Bridges To Belonging Waterloo Region, an organization supporting people with disabilities by helping them to plan the life THEY want in our community.

Prior to her current roles, Amy worked as a Broadcast News Anchor and Sports Reporter in various cities across Canada.  She and her husband Craig reside in Kitchener’s Doon neighbourhood with their four extremely loud children and two dogs.


Michael Harris, MPP for Kitchener Conestoga

First elected to the Ontario Legislature on October 6th, 2011, with a successful re-election on June 12th, 2014, Michael has been a tireless advocate for the constituents of Kitchener- Conestoga.  Michael has served in a series of roles in the Official Opposition including PC Party Vice Chair of Community Outreach, and PC Environment Critic. Michael now serves as PC Transportation and Research and Innovation Critic holding government to its deadlines and budget targets while ensuring taxpayer investments promote economic productivity and enhance quality of life.

Michael is a proud graduate of Conestoga College, The University of Guelph  Business Management Program and the Leadership Waterloo Region program.  In October 2017 he graduated from Guelph University with a Masters in Leadership from the school of Business Economics.  Prior to his election, Michael was a business development manager at Honeywell.  Michael currently resides in Kitchener’s Doon South with his wife Sarah, 4 children and their dog.  Michael maintains his strong roots within the community in various capacities, as a community volunteer and avid advocate for community issues at Queen’s Park.

Mary Henein Thorn

With roots in the Egyptian Coptic Orthodox community, Mary has been especially dedicated to initiatives that embrace this city's diversity.  She has volunteered with numerous organizations that help our community’s most vulnerable members, including the House of Friendship, MS Society, Immigration Partnership, Zonta International, and is a past board member of Confederation Club.

Mary was a constituency agent for MPP Michael Harris, and served as special assistant for Hon. Diane Finley, federal Minister responsible for Southwestern Ontario and Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development.  Mary is a proud 35 year resident of Kitchener Centre, where she resides with husband Paul and teen aged son.

Luncheon Date: Thursday March 15, 2018

Registration: 11:30a.m. to 12noon

Luncheon: 12noon to 1:30p.m.

Crowne Plaza Hotel, 105 King Street East, at Benton Street, Kitchener, ON

To reserve a seat, call: Jamie Hill at 519-747-3014 or Email: sandy_jamiehill@hotmail.com

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Reserve your tickets by noon Monday March 12

Members $30/Non-Members $45

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**Parking is free for luncheon guests. Please provide your parking stub to our registration table**


2017 Student History Awards winners

A heart felt congratulations to our 2017 Recipients of the Confederation Club Student History Award.

Awards presented by Steven Paikin of TVO, President Jeanne Foster and Awards Chair Lavinica Strauss.