On November 14 and 15, residents from across southeastern Manitoba packed community halls to voice their concerns over the decision by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) to reduce the hours ...

  • 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. ...

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

MP Ted Falk Welcomes MP Leona Alleslev to Conservative Team

September 17, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher welcomed MP Leona Alleslev to the Conservative Caucus in Ottawa today. Earlier today, Ms. Alleslev rose in the House of Commons to announce her decision to leave the Liberal Party and join Canada’s ... Full Article


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. There was only one problem – they have no plan. Conservatives brought forward a motion to ... Full Article

An Alarming New Trend

The saga of illegal immigration at Canada’s border continues. Recently, Canada Border Services Agency officials have noticed an alarming new tactic being employed by illegal border crossers. Some illegal migrants who have crossed into Canada are now acting as ‘anchor relatives’ for family ... Full Article

Moving Forward With a Positive Plan

Last week, Conservatives gathered together in beautiful Halifax, Nova Scotia at our Conservative Party Convention. We were there to raise new policy ideas and to focus on how a Conservative government in 2019 could better serve Canadians across the country. We discussed policies that focused on ... Full Article

Connecting with You

For parliamentarians, Parliament’s summer recess is an opportunity to return to our communities and connect directly with the people we represent. Here in southeast Manitoba, there are plenty of events which allow me to touch base with you: community festivals, pancake breakfasts, my ... Full Article

Canada Sitting on the Sidelines

Hundreds of thousands of Canadian jobs rely on international trade – and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is a critically important component of that trade. In fact, 1-in-5 Canadian jobs are created as a result of free trade agreements. But sadly, Canada is sitting on the ... Full Article

Opposition to Carbon Tax Grows

Recently, Canada’s premiers got together in New Brunswick to discuss a number of important files including trade, the economy, and health care. But it was Justin Trudeau’s Liberal carbon tax that stole the show as provincial leaders grappled with the Prime Minister’s threats to impose his ... Full Article