• Changes to Border Crossing Hours

    It was announced this week that the Trudeau Government and Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will be changing the hours of operation for three ports of entry in Southeastern Manitoba. These ...

  • An Unprecedented Intrusion into the Private Lives of Canadians

    When it comes to their personal information, Canadians believe that their government has a duty to protect that information as well as respect the privacy of their personal financial lives. ...

  • Liberals Soft on Terrorism

    A high-profile Canadian member of ISIS has been arrested by Syrian forces while attempting to return to Canada. Mohammed Ali left Canada to join ISIS in 2014. Aside from serving as a sniper, he ...


Changes to Border Crossing Hours

It was announced this week that the Trudeau Government and Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will be changing the hours of operation for three ports of entry in Southeastern Manitoba. These border crossings are located at Tolstoi, South Junction and Piney. Currently the Tolstoi crossing is ... Full Article

An Unprecedented Intrusion into the Private Lives of Canadians

When it comes to their personal information, Canadians believe that their government has a duty to protect that information as well as respect the privacy of their personal financial lives. That’s why this week’s news that the Canadian Government is snooping on the financial transactions of ... Full Article

Liberals Soft on Terrorism

A high-profile Canadian member of ISIS has been arrested by Syrian forces while attempting to return to Canada. Mohammed Ali left Canada to join ISIS in 2014. Aside from serving as a sniper, he also engaged in propaganda, using social media to encourage others to join ISIS and conduct terrorist ... Full Article

Trudeau’s Rush Toward Legalization of Marijuana

This week, marijuana was legalized in Canada. As Conservatives, we have serious concerns about the consequences of Justin Trudeau’s failed approach on this issue. In a rush to meet his self-imposed political deadline, Justin Trudeau has failed to adequately address the many concerns of ... Full Article

Losing Ground on Trade

On Sunday September 30, Canada and the United States agreed on the terms of a new trade deal – The U.S. – Mexico – Canada Agreement (USMCA). This agreement will replace the former North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Two years ago, Justin Trudeau stated that he was “more ... Full Article

EXPANDED CELL SERVICE FOR SOUTHEAST MANITOBA

As everyone who lives in rural Canada knows, there are many gaps in cellular service – and southeastern Manitoba is certainly no exception. Many of you have contacted my office over the past few years regarding this issue and I have made the expansion of cellular services for southeast ... Full Article

THREE NEW CELL TOWERS ANNOUNCED FOR PROVENCHER

As everyone who lives in rural Canada knows, there are many gaps in cellular service – and southeastern Manitoba is certainly no exception. Many of my constituents here in Provencher have contacted my office over the past few years regarding this issue and I have made the expansion of ... Full Article

MP Ted Falk Stands Up for Law-Abiding Firearms Owners

Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, voted against Bill C-71, An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms, at 3rd reading tonight in the House of Commons. The Liberal government introduced Bill C-71 in March, stating that this legislation was necessary in ... Full Article

Parliament Resumes – With An Unexpected Twist

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. However, this new session of Parliament came with a very unexpected twist. Liberal Member of Parliament, Leona ... Full Article