It’s been eleven months since we first heard of the spread of the coronavirus. Rather than take proactive steps, the Liberal government ignored early warnings and failed to plan ahead.
In recent days my office has been inundated with concerns over a variety of conspiracy theories going around online, related to COVID-19.
On Remembrance Day we take time to reflect on the sacrifices of those who have served in Canada’s military.
Recently, I had the opportunity to rise in the House of Commons and speak to the Liberal Government’s Bill C-7: Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID).
A while back, I asked Provencher residents to send in stories and nominate people as community heroes. People who, despite the current circumstances, have gone above and beyond to serve their community.
Canadians deserve an ethical government. Back in August, Justin Trudeau shut down Parliament to stop the multiple investigations into his unethical behaviour in the WE Scandal.
A new renal (kidney) care center is coming to Steinbach. The announcement came in last week’s Provincial Throne Speech and was applauded as “life changing” by those in our community who suffer from chronic kidney disease.
One of the most common concerns my office hears about is the lack of access and poor quality of broadband internet and cell service infrastructure in parts of our riding.
Last week Prime Minister Justin Trudeau presented his government’s highly anticipated Throne Speech and made a rare televised address to the nation.