News


Justin Trudeau Praises Fidel Castro

November 29, 2016

This past Friday, Cuba’s long serving dictator, Fidel Castro, passed away. While it is customary and appropriate for the Prime Minister of Canada to make an official statement on the passing of a world leader, many around the world were surprised by Justin Trudeau’s gushing praise of Mr. Castro and his oppressive regime. Mr. Trudeau […]


Read More

Prime Minister Trudeau Needs To Hear From You

November 21, 2016

The Liberal Government’s 2016 budget was a setback for small businesses in Canada.  They broke a key promise and kept the small business tax rate at 10.5%, instead of lowering it to the scheduled 9%.  They also ended the Hiring Credit for Small Business. At the time of the budget’s release, Dan Kelly, President of […]


Read More

Honouring our Veterans

November 7, 2016

I encourage all residents to join me in honouring and commemorating the courage, service and sacrifice of Canada’s Veterans this Veterans’ Week. Running from November 5-11, it’s a time to remember the bravery of the members of the Canadian Armed Forces during the many battles that helped shape our country and world into what we […]


Read More

Fall Economic Update

November 2, 2016

“Earlier today, Liberal Finance Minister Bill Morneau presented an update on the economy and the government’s finances for the next five years. He announced that forecasts for GDP growth have been downgraded and unveiled new spending and policy initiatives related to infrastructure, immigration programs and foreign investment attraction. During the last federal election campaign, Justin […]


Read More

Standing Up for Canadian Seniors

November 1, 2016

As the Member of Parliament for Provencher, I see first-hand how our seniors continue to help build our country and shape our society. They bring a wealth of knowledge ready to be passed down to the next generation and are often key leaders and volunteers in their communities. In Ottawa recently, Canadian seniors groups have […]


Read More

Liberals “Celebrate” One Year Anniversary: Canadians Concerned

October 28, 2016

Last week marked the one-year anniversary since the election of the Liberal government led by Justin Trudeau. It’s been a very expensive year for Canadian taxpayers to say the least. Their record is one of economic mismanagement, higher taxes and entitlement. Justin Trudeau began breaking promises almost immediately after taking office when he blew through […]


Read More

Standing Up For Small Businesses

October 21, 2016

October 15th-19th is Small Business Week in Canada. It is an annual celebration of the contribution small businesses make to our economies and our communities. It’s certainly not an exaggeration to call small business the backbone of our Canadian economy as over 8 million people are employed by small businesses across the country. It was […]


Read More

Statement by MP Ted Falk on Carbon Pricing

October 6, 2016

Statement by MP Ted Falk on Carbon Pricing “Yesterday, Justin Trudeau announced that the federal government will impose a “floor price” on carbon pollution of $10 a tonne in 2018, rising to $50 a tonne by 2022. While provinces and territories can choose between a carbon price or a cap-and-trade system, failure to implement a system […]


Read More

A National Conversation on Abortion

October 6, 2016

This past Saturday, I participated in the We Need a Law flag display at A.D. Penner Park in Steinbach. The 100,000 pink and blue flags that were planted on the hill at A.D. Penner Park were a powerful representation of the 100,000 innocent lives that are lost to abortion across Canada every year. Many Canadians […]


Read More

News Release – Ted Falk, MP – We Need a Law

October 3, 2016

October 1, 2016 Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, today participated in the We Need a Law flag demonstration at A.D. Penner Park in Steinbach. Canada is the only democracy in the world without some type of legislation protecting children in the womb. We Need a Law is working to build support from across […]


Read More