Trudeau takes a vacation from reality on your dime, while gouging local businesses to pay for his out of control spending. Watch the latest Weekly90!
This week, on the Weekly 90, - a day in the life of Trudeau - tax payer funded holidays and raising your taxes.
Update on the latest Liberal tax grab, and our #CPC caucus meeting in Winnipeg! Check out the latest Weekly 90.
Hiking taxes on the middle class, and our #CPC caucus prepare for the fall Parliamentary session! Tune in now. https://youtu.be/qLQSaEFrbhM
With September just around the corner, summer is coming to a close. The break from Parliamentary business in Ottawa has been a welcome one as it has given me the opportunity to once again visit a number of communities throughout this huge riding.Keep Reading
The Liberal small business tax, and our new Conservative shadow ministers - check out the latest Weekly 90!
Higher taxes for small business owners and the new faces of the Conservative shadow cabinet.
While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau focused on plans to show up for only one hour a week in the House of Commons, the U.S. Department of Commerce slapped duties as high as 24% on Canadian softwood lumber imports. Now thousands of forestry jobs in Whitecourt, Fox Creek, High Prairie,...Keep Reading
Canadians across Canada are upset and for good reason. With little fanfare, the Liberals quietly tried to ram through changes to the Standing Orders which govern how the House of Commons operates. The Liberals propose to put permanent limits to debate in the House of Commons and Standing Committees. Changes...
December 8, 2016 marked an important date for all Canadians: children, women and men. My Private Member’s Motion M-47 came up for second reading, debate and vote in the House of Commons. In a unanimous show of support amongst parties, M-47 was passed and sent to the Standing Committee on...Keep Reading
The recent announcement that Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project and Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Project were approved is great news for Albertans. With construction slated to begin in 2017, the pipelines are projected to be in service by 2019. These projects promise to generate much needed revenue for the...Keep Reading