• Canada on the World Stage

    On December 1st, 2018, Canadian police arrested Meng Wanzhou at the Vancouver airport. They did so on the request of U.S. authorities, who are seeking her extradition on fraud allegations. Meng ...

  • 2018: A Year in Review

    Another year has come and gone in Canada’s Parliament. 2018 marked another year of Liberal failures both at home and abroad. In January, we celebrated the start of a new year but it was still ...

  • A Wonderful Time of the Year

    Another year and another session of Parliament has come to a close. I am happy to be in the riding for the Holidays and proud of the work that our Conservative Caucus did in 2018. We were ...

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

Emergency Meetings Held on Border Crisis

On Tuesday, the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration held emergency meetings to review the Trudeau government’s response to the tens of thousands of illegal migrants crossing into Canada from the United States. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, Border Security Minister Bill ... Full Article

Are you “Un-Canadian”?

“A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian.” Those were the words of Justin Trudeau explaining – if you can call it that – why he believed that terrorists should be able to keep their Canadian citizenship. Yet Trudeau’s immigration minister had no trouble labelling Ontario’s provincial ... Full Article

Compassion for Grieving Families

Earlier this spring I wrote about Motion 110 which seeks to help parents whose children pass away at a very early age. I’m pleased to say that there is some good news on this front. To review, here’s a brief summary of the motion. For parents, the birth of their child is a wonderful, ... Full Article

Falk Responds to Liberal Cabinet Shuffle

July 18, 2018 – Steinbach, MB Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled his cabinet, reassigning five cabinet members and creating an additional five positions. The shuffle included major shakeups in international trade, natural resources, and small business, and saw new roles created for ... Full Article

Conservatives Defend Local Jobs

Recently, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer announced the launch of the Defend Local Jobs tour. Over the summer, Conservative Members of Parliament will be meeting with workers, businesses, and local labour groups across the country to determine how best to respond to the threat to our economy ... Full Article