An Attitude of Entitlement?

May 25, 2016

Most political observers would agree that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Government recently had a very bad week. While the media coverage of Justin Trudeau has focused on his inadvertent elbow to the chest of NDP MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau, the buildup to that moment has received far less coverage. I think it […]

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MP Ted Falk Announces Jobs for Students in Provencher

May 24, 2016

May 20, 2016 – Steinbach, MB – Today, Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, announced that students in Provencher will have access to summer jobs that will help them gain valuable skills and work experience.   86 organizations in Provencher will be receiving funding totaling $380,624 to hire 105 summer students through the Canada […]

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Stepping up to Help Fort McMurray

May 11, 2016

With the recent outbreak of forest fires, Canadians have once again shown their willingness to help during times of crisis.   In Fort McMurray, where the devastation was most widespread, almost 100,000 people had to be evacuated from their homes, in many cases leaving everything they own to the ravages of the massive fire.   […]

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Studying Physician-Assisted Suicide

May 3, 2016

The topic of physician assisted suicide has dominated the media recently. As you know, the Supreme Court of Canada has found the current Criminal Code prohibition on physician-assisted suicide to be constitutionally invalid and the Liberal Government has drafted a new law, Bill C-14, to address this issue. As the Vice-Chair of the Standing Committee […]

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Hon. Rona Ambrose Visits Provencher

April 28, 2016

April 27, 2016 – Steinbach, MB – The Honourable Rona Ambrose, Leader of the Official Opposition in the House of Commons, along with Provencher Member of Parliament Ted Falk, today toured WS Steel, a local manufacturer located in Steinbach Manitoba. Along with a tour of the facility, Ms. Ambrose was able to get a firsthand […]

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Can We Trust the Numbers?

April 19, 2016

Justin Trudeau’s Liberals campaigned on a promise to be open and transparent.   However, the independent Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) recently released a report questioning the government’s figures and why they hadn’t subjected their analysis to peer review.   The PBO’s report is a scathing review of Trudeau’s first six months in office. It details […]

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MP Falk Outlines the Fairness in Charitable Gifts Act at First Reading

April 11, 2016

For Immediate Release: Falk Outlines the Fairness in Charitable Gifts Act at First Reading April 11, 2016 – Ottawa, ON – Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, outlined his Private Members Bill C-239 – The Fairness in Charitable Gifts Act at first reading in the House of Commons today. Below is the full speech: […]

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New Horizons for Seniors

April 4, 2016

Seniors have spent countless hours contributing to our economy and society. Whether through working or volunteering in our communities, or nurturing their families, seniors ensured that the next generation of Canadians would be even better off than they were. Without a doubt, they have succeeded in leaving a better Canada than the one they raised […]

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Responding to the Budget

March 28, 2016

With the release of the federal budget this past week, many families may be wondering how they will be impacted. First of all, the Liberal government is leaving families on the hook for their $30 billion deficit. The Liberals campaigned on a promise to limit the deficit to $10 billion, signifying another broken promise and […]

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Touring Canada’s Parliament

March 18, 2016

It was an honour to host members from the Oakbank Baptist Church during the week of March 7th in Ottawa. I encourage my constituents to contact my Parliament Hill office for details about arranging a tour in our nation’s capital. Since I spend much of my time in Ottawa, I always appreciate seeing familiar faces […]

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