2018 Budget Fails Provencher Residents

The Trudeau Liberals’ recent budget is a failure to deliver for Canadian families. Instead of getting their (out of control) spending under control, they plan to borrow even more money from hardworking Canadians – adding billions more to the ... Full Article

Style Over Substance and Terrorists Too

What’s a sure-fire way to offend your hosts on a State visit? Invite a terrorist to dinner. There’s been a lot of talk this week about Justin Trudeau’s many wardrobe changes on his trip to India; his full slate of fun tourist ... Full Article

Trudeau turning his back on Veterans

At a recent town hall meeting in Edmonton, a veteran asked the Prime Minister why the government was fighting veterans in court, despite promising not to do so during the election campaign. The Prime Minister told the former soldier, who lost ... Full Article

Ten Days to Conform to Trudeau’s Values Test

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees freedom of conscience, religion, thought, belief, opinion, and expression. These rights are afforded to all of us in the Canadian family and governments have a duty to ensure that they ... Full Article

Trudeau’s Bullying Tactics on Full Display

If you had told me a year ago that accessing government funding to hire a summer student would be politicized by the Liberal government, I might have been intrigued but I wouldn’t have believed you. Sadly, Justin Trudeau has managed to make a ... Full Article

Where Will It End?

The Liberal government has introduced a troubling new eligibility requirement for organizations looking to take advantage of the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program. The CSJ program provides funding to assist employers, including not-for-profit ... Full Article

Christmas Greetings

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 ... Full Article


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. We have much to be thankful for as Canadians including the blessings of ... Full Article

Why is condemning ISIS so hard for the Liberals?

Last night, the Liberals and NDP voted AGAINST the following Conservative motion regarding ISIS fighters returning to Canada: That the House: (a) Condemn the horrific acts committed by ISIS; (b) Acknowledge that individuals who joined ISIS ... Full Article