2018 is here. It is my great honour and privilege to continue to serve the residents of Provencher as your Member of Parliament, both in Ottawa but also here in our riding.
The Liberal government has introduced a troubling new eligibility requirement for organizations looking to take advantage of the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program.
As we look back on 2017, there is no doubt that this past year had its share of challenges. But in this column, I don’t want to simply focus on the challenges remaining, rather, I would like to take a moment to look back and celebrate a few of the victories from this past year.
The House of Commons concluded its Fall session on Wednesday, December 13th and with the parliamentary recess now underway, I am thankful to be spending more time with family and in communities across southeast Manitoba meeting with constituents.
As we approach the end of 2017, the year in which Canada turned 150, I find myself thinking about where we are as a country; where we have come from and where we are going.
Recently, the Liberals and NDP voted AGAINST the following Conservative motion regarding ISIS fighters returning to Canada:
It should go without saying that the Government of Canada has a responsibility to keep Canadians safe from those who wish to do us harm. But this week, the Liberals have shown once again just how dangerous their thinking is when it comes to terrorism.
As you may have heard, recently, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) has proposed changes to the hours of operation of two Minnesota ports of entry; Roseau (South Junction, MB) and Lancaster (Tolstoi, MB).
I frequently hear from constituents who tell me that with Justin Trudeau and his Liberal majority at the helm, sometimes it seems like there’s no good news coming out of Ottawa.