• The New NAFTA Must Do Right by Canadians

    When Parliament reconvenes next week, parliamentarians will have the chance to review the new NAFTA agreement. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that his government will table NAFTA ...

  • Assisted Suicide a Slippery Slope

    Back in 2016, the Trudeau Liberals introduced and ultimately passed Bill C-14, legalizing medical assistance in dying (MAID) i.e. assisted suicide, in Canada. In September of last year, a Quebec ...

  • Statement by MP Ted Falk on the Ukraine International Airlines Crash

    Steinbach, MB – Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, released the following statement today regarding the Ukraine International Airlines crash: “It was heartbreaking this morning to ...

Trudeau Seeks to Silence

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has received a letter from Justin Trudeau’s lawyer, threatening him with a lawsuit over his criticisms of Trudeau’s conduct in the SNC-Lavalin affair. This lawsuit threat is just the latest in Justin Trudeau’s campaign to silence his critics, both in the ... Full Article

Andrew Scheer Will Scrap the Carbon Tax

On Monday, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Carbon Tax kicked in across Manitoba. The price of gas rose 4.6 cents per litre, with most stations now charging over $1.20 at the pump. Soon, Justin Trudeau’s Carbon Tax will begin to hit consumers elsewhere, increasing the cost of groceries, home ... Full Article

SNC-Lavalin Scandal Continues to Grow

It’s been quite a month in Ottawa. And as the Trudeau Liberals unveiled their final budget before this fall’s federal election, the SNC Lavalin scandal remained front and center. The Liberals tried to use this budget to turn the page on what has been a very difficult time for them. Prime ... Full Article

Conservatives Stand with Canadian Farmers

Justin Trudeau’s relationship with China has been deteriorating and Canadian farmers are paying the price. Earlier this month, Chinese authorities cancelled the sale license for Winnipeg-based Richardson International, a major Canadian canola distributor. The Chinese claimed that the decision ... Full Article

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 allegedly lied to American financial institutions as part of a scheme where Huawei used a shell ... Full Article

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 the same old Justin Trudeau. The PM embarked on a cross Canada town hall tour to try to repair some ... Full Article

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 successful in holding the Liberals to account on many fronts including the modification of the ... Full Article

Values Test Is Still There

It was almost exactly one year ago that my office first discovered the Liberal’s proposed changes to the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program. You may recall that the Trudeau Liberals added an attestation last year to CSJ applications demanding that applicants adhere to Liberal Party values in ... Full Article

Conservative Plan for a Safer Canada

Conservatives believe that a government’s responsibility to protect its citizens is its most important obligation. That’s why we have put together our “Plan for A Safer Canada”. The first pillar entitled “Cracking Down on Gangs”, includes new policy measures to combat gang crime and ... Full Article


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 of operation at three ports of entry in Provencher. The local residents shared how the earlier ... Full Article