• Vaccine Mandates & New Travel Restrictions Go Too Far

    This week, Justin Trudeau’s new travel restrictions go into effect. Anyone boarding an airplane, train or ferry in Canada must be fully vaccinated. I believe this latest restriction is a ...

  • Citizens Can Still Make a Difference

    I’d like to use my column, this week, to commend the hard work of a small group of Provencher residents who reached out to me regarding the critical need for access to Trikafta in Canada for ...

  • Statement on the New Liberal Cabinet

    Steinbach, MB – Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, issued the following statement on the new Liberal cabinet: “Now more than ever, Canadians need a federal government focused on ...


Inflation the Chief Concern for Parliament this Fall

This week, Parliament returns for its fall sitting. There is a lot of work to do, and, once again, the Prime Minister is missing in action. Liberal inflation has food prices at a 40-year high, gas prices remain prohibitive for many, and too many Canadians cannot afford a home. Canadian families ... Full Article

The End of an Era/New Beginnings

The End of an Era It was with heavy hearts and deep sorrow that Canadians took in the news that our Head of State, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, had died. Most of us have not lived a day of our lives in which Elizabeth was not Queen. In these uncertain and tumultuous times in […] Full Article

Those who live in glass houses…

Last week, while he was in Winnipeg, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau threw out the accusation that: “What the Premier and others across the country don’t seem to be honest about with Canadians is in the places like Manitoba, where the federal price on pollution applies, average ... Full Article

Canada’s Window to Defend the Arctic is Closing

Last week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NATO head Jens Stoltenberg toured Canada’s Arctic. While he was careful not to criticize Canada, the message from Stoltenberg was clear: Canada needs to meet its NATO commitments, especially in the far North. The Trudeau Liberals have been in power ... Full Article

Scrap the App

This is not the first time I have written on this subject. I hope it will be the last, given the growing calls for Ottawa to scrap the ArriveCan app. As one columnist articulated it this week: “The app has long been nonsensical and outdated, but it’s now also a constitutional menace and ... Full Article

It’s Time to Get Back to Work

Let’s be honest: Wherever one sits on the political spectrum, I think all Canadians can agree our government is broken. The Trudeau Liberals have allowed Canada’s public service sector to deteriorate to the point where it cannot provide the most basic government services in a timely manner. ... Full Article

Justin Trudeau needs a vacation from his vacation

Justin Trudeau is on vacation—again. The Prime Minister and his family are off to Costa Rica for two weeks. I do not begrudge the Prime Minister a vacation. His is a demanding job and like everyone else, he should be entitled to a holiday. That said, at a time when rampant inflation has many ... Full Article

Agriculture Must be a Priority

It should come as no surprise to anyone that the current government has demonstrated very little interest in Canada’s agriculture sector. When I talk to farmers, there is a consistent refrain: This Liberal Government has made life more expensive and made it more difficult for Canadian farmers ... Full Article

Focus on Canadians, Prime Minister—Not Yourself

Recent months have shown the utter incompetence of this Liberal Government. Sadly, rather than focus on Canadians, Justin Trudeau is (once again) focused on himself. Rumors about a potential fall election are swirling. The Prime Minister is sporting a new haircut—usually a telltale sign ... Full Article