• 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 ...

  • 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 ...


    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 ...

40 Hours in Pyongyang

The family of Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim and all Canadians are celebrating his safe return to Canada last week. The efforts of the Canadian Government on behalf of Pastor Lim, to free him from North Korea, have been laudable. Canadian Pastor Lim was arrested in North Korea two years ago on charges of ... Full Article

Illegal Migrants Crisis Worsens

Reports are coming in that the number of migrants crossing illegally into Canada “exploded” last week. August 2 alone saw 600 individuals illegally enter into Quebec. At first it was just a trickle of illegal migrants crossing into Canada every week. Then it rose to dozens. Then ... Full Article

What would it take to earn $10.5 Million?

Last month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a $10.5 million secret payment to convicted terrorist Omar Khadr, and issued an apology saying Omar Khadr’s rights had to be defended. Mr. Khadr pleaded guilty in 2012 to killing U.S. Delta Forces Sergeant Christopher Speer, so he could be moved ... Full Article

Canada’s Suffering Energy Sector

Last week, Petronas announced that they will not proceed with their $36 Billon investment in their Pacific Northwest LNG project – a major blow as this project would have created hundreds of long-term, stable jobs and economic growth in Canada. This worrying trend whereby companies are ... Full Article

Reducing Poverty in Canada

From October 2016 to May 2017, the House of Commons’ Human Resources Committee studied strategies to reduce poverty in Canada. Unfortunately, while their final report contains some valuable information (and some good recommendations) when it comes to the conditions of Canadians in poverty, ... Full Article

Removing Protection of Religious Freedom

Conservatives are disturbed that the Liberal Government is proposing to repeal section 176 of the Criminal Code that gives specific protections to individuals to practice their religion – regardless of what that religion may be – without fear of interference and obstruction. The Liberal ... Full Article

Trudeau Liberals Make Omar Khadr Rich

Omar Khadr confessed to murdering US Army medic Christopher Speer. Now the Trudeau Liberals have apologized to Khadr and secretly gave him an alleged $10.5 million dollars, making him a very rich man. Khadr was born in Toronto but spent his early years moving back and forth between Canada and ... Full Article

Looking Back, Looking Forward

The House of Commons breathed a collective sigh of relief as the spring parliamentary session concluded on June 21, 2017. With the summer recess now underway, I’m thankful to be spending more time in communities across southeast Manitoba meeting with constituents both formally and informally. ... Full Article

Canada’s 150th Anniversary

150 years ago, our forefathers wrestled with the question “How will we describe this vast new Canada of ours?” The term “Kingdom of Canada” was suggested, but that didn’t quite fit. Then, during one of his daily Bible readings, Samuel Tilley–one of the Fathers of ... Full Article

Chinese Takeover of Canadian Technology

Governments around the world are very cautious when Chinese companies seek to take over western technology companies. The one exception seems to be the Canadian Government under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. With little or no scrutiny, the Liberal government is allowing the sale of ... Full Article