Last Thursday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his new Cabinet. It is clear from the many familiar faces, as far as Justin Trudeau is concerned, it’s business as usual.
I am pleased and proud to congratulate the city of Steinbach on retaining its title as the “Cleanest City in North America.”
With the federal election now firmly behind us, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that the House of Commons with reconvene on December 5.
On Monday we observe Remembrance Day in Canada. A day when Canadians gather to remember, reflect on, and express our gratitude to those who have worn the uniform of Canada.
The 43rd Canadian General Election is over. It is such a privilege to serve Provencher and I am thankful and honoured to have been re-elected.
When I visit schools and talk to young Canadians about Canada’s system of government, I am often asked, “what is the difference between Liberals and Conservatives?”
For the last four years, Justin Trudeau and the Liberals have made it harder for Canadians to get ahead.
For more than two years, Justin Trudeau and the Liberals have refused to tell Canadians how much their Carbon Tax will cost them – or just how high it will go.
Justin Trudeau has been found guilty of breaking ethics laws, again. As I mentioned in my post last week, Justin Trudeau was previously found guilty of breaking conflict of interest laws in 2016.