Hero Soap Company – Andrew Scheer
We established Hero Soap Company due to the lack of soap options available that are not loaded with chemicals &/or fragrances.
Our soaps contain natural ingredients, are handcrafted, & infused with the finest essential oils for a true clean. We believe that the United States of America is the greatest country in the world, & the only place where you are free to pursue your dreams. These freedoms are protected by the men & women of the armed services, police & fire rescue.
We strive to create a brand that pays homage to the values that our country was founded on by our forefathers. With a Veteran of the United States Air Force as one of the owners, we understand the dedication & sacrifice that each family makes to serve their country.
A portion of Hero Soap Company sales will be donated to charities that help veterans, police, & fire rescue. We want to thank you for helping us help our first line responders and veterans.
The true heroes.
“We kept our party united and strong,” he said. “We knocked the Liberals down to a minority. We increased seats all over this country.”
This was the most difficult decision I have ever had to make. I have announced my intention to step down as the Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada once a new Leader is elected.
“Our Conservative team is always stronger when we are united. When fiscal conservatives, red Tories, social conservatives, libertarians, Quebec nationalists and conservatives in rural and urban Canada in the east and west come together, great things happen,” he said.
B.C. cracks down on predatory payday loan companies
he B.C. government is cracking down on predatory payday lenders, banning businesses from garnishing a borrower’s wages and limiting the fees that can be charged on high-cost loans.
Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said changes to the Business Practices and Consumer Protection Act introduced Tuesday aim to better protect people who, in relying on a high-cost loan, can find themselves in an endless cycle of debt, plunging them further into poverty.
Committee recommends Toronto city council not grant licences to new payday loan stores
Payday loan stores are usually located in low-income areas like Weston Road and Lawrence, where residents in dire financial situations see them as an attractive option but then find themselves locked in a cycle of debt as they go from lender to lender, the committee argued.
“These are in areas where residents are very vulnerable,” said Ward 5 Councillor Frances Nunziata. “We have to control them.”
A spokesperson for the payday loans industry told the Toronto Star that payday loan stores are licensed and regulated. And if licences aren’t granted to new shops, it will only result in illegal and unlicensed stores cropping up in order to meet the demand.Share on Facebook Tweet about this