About our Association

Thunder Bay-Rainy River is a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 2004. It first elected a member in the 2006 Canadian federal election.

It was created in 2003 from parts of Kenora-Rainy River and Thunder Bay-Atikokan ridings.

Get Involved

If you wish to be a board member or otherwise volunteer for your local EDA please contact one of the board members or download the PDF (you should download and save the form to your device before you attempt to fill it out.)

Volunteer Information Sheet (PDF)


Association Candidates

Candidate of Record in the Recent 44th Federal Election, 20 September 2021

Previous Candidates of Record
Adelina Peccia 2021
Linda Rydholm 2019
Maureen Comuzzi-Stehmann 2015, 2011
Richard Neuman 2008
David Leskowski 2006, 2004

Since the amalgamation of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada with the Canadian Alliance Party in 2004.

Latest Local & National News

The Thunder Bay – Rainy River Conservative Association is pleased to give you information and news regarding our local EDA and news related to the Conservative party of Canada. The posts below will give you a chance to stay up to date regarding what matters to you.

Updates from the Association

Watch here for the announcement of the new date for the Annual General Meeting of the Association.

Adelina Pecchia

New Candidate, Adelina Pecchia

Media Release – CPC Candidate – Thunder Bay- Rainy River Adelina Pecchia was born in Italy and grew up in Fort William, Ontario, now Thunder Bay. She is very excited to be representing the home riding of her childhood and youth as the Conservative Candidate for Thunder Bay – Rainy River. She anticipates bringing back a sense of hope that the area has lost under the Liberals.

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Securing Your Future - An Event with Pierre Poilevre

Securing Your Future – An Event with Pierre Poilievre

Dear Fellow Conservative, Please join us for this special event with Pierre Poilievre, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Carleton. Currently he serves as Shadow Minister for Jobs and Industry.  We are co-hosting this cross-Canada event with the EDAs of Calgary – Signal Hill, Kootenay-Columbia, and Kenora.

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Membership Information

Membership is handled by the conservative party of Canada, please visit their website at https://donate.conservative.ca/membership/

NOTE: As of January 1, 2021, the maximum allowable contribution to a registered Canadian political party increases to $1,650 annually. Accordingly, we will now accept donations of this amount through our website. The maximum possible tax credit remains $650.00. For more information about donations and tax credits, please visit the CRA website and Elections Canada.

General Membership Terms and Conditions

* Membership is available to Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada at least 14 years of age, who actively support the founding principles of the Conservative Party of Canada.
* Membership fees are not eligible for a tax receipt.
* Cash, Pre-paid Credit Cards or Business Cards are not accepted.

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