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Common Sense on Firearms

April 27, 2017

The Liberals like to make big promises but too often they fail to follow through—or just plain fail. The Conservative Party has a strong record of proposing common sense legislation that makes sense to Canadians. While the Liberals spend much of their time pandering to special interests, Conservative MP’s continue to propose ideas that all ...


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Just How ‘High’ Are The Liberals?

April 20, 2017

Last Thursday the Liberal Government unrolled a key plank of their election platform: the legalization of marijuana. But with so many critical questions unanswered, we need to ask: Just how ‘high’ are the Liberals that they think this is a good idea? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he wants to keep pot out of the ...


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Statement from MP Ted Falk

April 20, 2017

Recently a female CBSA agent was assaulted by a male asylum seeker at the Emerson border crossing. Thankfully, she was not seriously injured. Police officers and border agents understand that the nature of their work can put them in harm’s way but this incident could have been avoided had Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government been doing ...


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Justin Trudeau’s One Day Work Week

April 7, 2017

Three weeks ago, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government quietly released a discussion paper on possible changes that would largely strip the opposition of its power to hold the Prime Minister and his government accountable. Some of the potential changes include restricting the ways opposition parties can hold the government to account at committees, requiring the Prime ...


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Liberal budget is a plan to nickel-and-dime Canadians

March 31, 2017

During the 2015 federal election campaign, the Liberals repeatedly promised they would run deficits no greater than $10-billion a year, and would balance the budget by 2019, in time for the next election. Rising Deficits and Debt: While it comes as no big surprise, Budget 2017 again confirms that the Prime Minister broke his promise. ...


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Justin Trudeau’s mishandling of the illegal migrant situation

March 31, 2017

Canada is a generous and accepting country and our immigration system reflects that. However, we also need to protect the integrity of our border. We must always consider our national security and do our due diligence to make sure we know who is entering our country, where they are entering and why. Several weeks ago, ...


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Liberal budget is a plan to nickel-and-dime Canadians

March 23, 2017

Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, issued the following statement today regarding Budget 2017: “During the 2015 federal election campaign, the Liberals repeatedly promised they would run deficits no greater than $10-billion a year, and would balance the budget by 2019, in time for the next election. While it comes as no big surprise, ...


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In One Ear and Out the Other

March 22, 2017

We all know the Liberals have a spending problem. Just this week further revelations of their financial ineptitude came to light in the arena of public opinion research polling. The Liberals are spending millions of dollars polling Canadians. Now, polling can be a valuable means of seeking input and direction for government but that is ...


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Emerson Steps Up – Trudeau Should Follow Their Lead

March 15, 2017

This past Saturday I once again visited the town of Emerson to talk with constituents who are dealing with the ongoing migrant situation there. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale was also in Emerson to announce $30,000 in funding to help offset some of the costs the municipality has incurred due to this issue. While the ...


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Justice Denied

March 14, 2017

A growing number of judicial vacancies are contributing to an even greater number of serious criminal cases being thrown out of court. This is a crisis that requires swift action from the Liberal Government, but instead we’ve seen months of inaction only serving to worsen the situation. Currently, there are 60 vacancies for federally appointed ...


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