This week, after a busy summer spent with constituents from across Provencher, it was time to get back to Ottawa to continue the work of keeping the Liberal Government accountable.
There are treasures to be found among possessions and antiques we inherit. Although many items owned by my parents (Annie and Almon Reimer) went to the local MCC Thrift Store, the things built by my dad and the antiques were shared among us.
Acupuncture has been around for centuries and recently has been one of the most used alternative therapies in the western world.
Government regulations can provide important rules and protections for a variety of issues that impact Manitobans. However, over time and without review, they can also become redundant, unnecessary or inhibitors to growth.
Last week I announced that our government is investing over $54 million in school infrastructure projects across Manitoba to support upgrades and maintenance of our schools.
Most of us have been following the controversy surrounding the proposed Trans-Mountain Pipeline which is to carry crude oil and dibit from the Athabasca region of Northern Alberta to ocean ports in Burnaby and Vancouver.
I have followed the abortion debate since the 1980s. After investigating the issue, I became pro-life, while acknowledging that there may be truly difficult circumstances in which an abortion might be justified.
About 15 years ago, in the wake of a burnout in the context of church ministry, I started to pay attention to the world around me.
Last week, I was called to Ottawa for an emergency meeting of the Standing Committee on Natural Resources to discuss the Liberal Government’s plan to resurrect the Trans Mountain Pipeline project.