• 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 ...

Enabling Accessibility

The riding of Provencher is a great place to live. It is my honour to represent you as your Member of Parliament and to serve this community. Working in politics is challenging and often negative and divisive. That’s why it is so encouraging when a common-sense program comes along that ... Full Article

How Much Damage Will Phoenix Do Before It Rises From The Ashes?

Could your family survive not getting paid for months on end? How about a year? That is what is happening to tens of thousands of Canadian families under the Trudeau Liberals. In 2009 our previous Conservative Government began the careful process of developing a new system to pay public ... Full Article

Another Liberal Struggles with the Truth

In a speech last week, Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan claimed that he was the architect of Operation Medusa, a combat mission which removed 1,500 Taliban fighters off the battlefield in Afghanistan. The problem with his statement – it was simply not true. According to the chief of ... Full Article

Common Sense on Firearms

The Liberals like to make big promises but too often they fail to follow through—or just plain fail. The Conservative Party has a strong record of proposing common sense legislation that makes sense to Canadians. While the Liberals spend much of their time pandering to special interests, ... Full Article

Trudeau’s Inaction Hurts Canada

It’s difficult to know which is worse for Canada: A US President focused solely on HIS country or a Canadian Prime Minister focused solely on HIMself. On April 25th the U.S. Department of Commerce imposed duties as high as 24 per cent on Canadian softwood lumber imports: putting almost ... Full Article

Just How ‘High’ Are The Liberals?

Last Thursday the Liberal Government unrolled a key plank of their election platform: the legalization of marijuana. But with so many critical questions unanswered, we need to ask: Just how ‘high’ are the Liberals that they think this is a good idea? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he ... Full Article

Statement from MP Ted Falk

Recently a female CBSA agent was assaulted by a male asylum seeker at the Emerson border crossing. Thankfully, she was not seriously injured. Police officers and border agents understand that the nature of their work can put them in harm’s way but this incident could have been avoided had ... Full Article

Easter Video

With Easter just a little over a week away, I thought this message of hope should be heard in the House of Commons. Full Article

Justin Trudeau’s One Day Work Week

Three weeks ago, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government quietly released a discussion paper on possible changes that would largely strip the opposition of its power to hold the Prime Minister and his government accountable. Some of the potential changes include restricting the ways opposition ... Full Article