Vancouver, BC – The Hon. Andrew Scheer, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives and of the Official Opposition, today issued the following statement regarding Justin Trudeau’s ‘vision’ for the future of Canada’s natural resources presented by Liberal Minister Amarjeet Sohi this morning in Calgary: “For four years Justin Trudeau has attacked Canadian...Keep Reading
Andrew Scheer is committed to reaching out to voters across Canada. This summer, he will be traveling the entire country -- spreading our positive conservative message across this country. Watch him talk about our beautiful country.
Under a new Conservative government led by Andrew Scheer, Canadian homeowners will be eligible for the new Green Homes Tax Credit to make energy efficient home improvements affordable.Keep Reading
Yesterday @AndrewScheer put forward the most comprehensive environment plan ever put forward by a political party in Canada. http://cpcp.cc/M2nAk1
Arnold Viersen, Member of Parliament for Peace River – Westlock joined colleagues to highlight Justin Trudeau’s failure to tackle the issue of rural crime in Alberta. In March of 2018, Conservative Member of Parliament Shannon Stubbs put forward a motion to study the issue of rural crime in Canada and...Keep Reading
Episode 2 profiles Angelo Esposito, Canadian hockey player and 2009 World Juniors champion. Angelo is running in the Quebec riding of Alfred-Pellan in the 2019 federal election.
We're less than 200 days until Canadians can turn the page on the disastrous Justin Trudeau government. A Conservative Government will put people first, not powerful corporations or insiders.
The last few months have been a dramatic time for Justin Trudeau's government -- but the analysis has been too narrowly focused on how this scandal will impact Trudeau's re-election campaign. Andrew Scheer is running to be the Prime Minister of Canada because this country deserves better than Trudeau's nonsense....
China has banned Canadian canola -- putting farmers at risk. This comes down to the way Justin Trudeau has managed foreign relations during his time in office. The verdict is not good. Candice Bergen explains more.
Recently, the Chinese government canceled the canola import permit for one of Canada's largest grain processors, Winnipeg-based Richardson International, citing insect infestation concerns. This cancellation weighs heavily on the minds of the many canola farmers across our riding of Peace River – Westlock. Conservatives know that the issue at hand...Keep Reading