As everyone who lives in rural Canada knows, there are many gaps in cellular service – and southeastern Manitoba is certainly no exception. Many of you have contacted my office over the ...


    As everyone who lives in rural Canada knows, there are many gaps in cellular service – and southeastern Manitoba is certainly no exception. Many of my constituents here in Provencher have ...

  • 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 ...

Terrorists Return

Justin Trudeau’s mask has been slipping lately. Canadians have heard our Prime Minister, time and again, speak of tolerance and diversity. Yet as we’ve seen with his Liberal government’s radical change to the Canada Summer Jobs program, his words and actions don’t line up. If you hold ... Full Article

Conservatives Focus on Families

While Justin Trudeau is working to avoid paying back Canadian taxpayers for his vacation, Conservatives are working hard to ensure you can (afford to) take one. It was approximately one year ago that the news broke of Justin Trudeau’s very luxurious Christmas vacation to the Bahamas. As most ... Full Article

Trudeau’s Bullying Tactics on Full Display

If you had told me a year ago that accessing government funding to hire a summer student would be politicized by the Liberal government, I might have been intrigued but I wouldn’t have believed you. Sadly, Justin Trudeau has managed to make a program meant to help young people find good ... Full Article

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 to assist employers, including not-for-profit organizations, that create summer job opportunities ... Full Article

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 across southeast Manitoba meeting with constituents. As I reflect on some of the key issues from this ... Full Article


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 thankful for as Canadians including the blessings of freedom, peace and abundance. We must be […] Full Article

Why is condemning ISIS so hard for the Liberals?

Last night, the Liberals and NDP voted AGAINST the following Conservative motion regarding ISIS fighters returning to Canada: That the House: (a) Condemn the horrific acts committed by ISIS; (b) Acknowledge that individuals who joined ISIS fighters are complicit in these horrific acts and pose ... Full Article

Liberals Allow ISIS Fighters Back Into Canada

It should go without saying that the Government of Canada has a responsibility to keep Canadians safe from those who wish to do us harm. But this week, the Liberals have shown once again just how dangerous their thinking is when it comes to terrorism. Recently, a spokesperson for Liberal Public ... Full Article

Proposed Changes to Hours at Border Crossings

As you may have heard, recently, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) has proposed changes to the hours of operation of two Minnesota ports of entry; Roseau (South Junction, MB) and Lancaster (Tolstoi, MB). Just a few weeks ago, hundreds of concerned residents from both sides of ... Full Article

A Victory for Religious Freedom

I frequently hear from constituents who tell me that with Justin Trudeau and his Liberal majority at the helm, sometimes it seems like there’s no good news coming out of Ottawa. While I agree it can be discouraging, our Conservative Opposition is extremely effective at keeping the Liberals’ ... Full Article