• Stop Playing Games, Prime Minister

    To anyone who has been watching closely, it has been clear for months that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is itching for an election. He just doesn’t want to be the one to call it. In recent ...

  • Trudeau Hikes Carbon Tax 566%

    In the midst of fumbling a national crisis, inundated with scandal and responsible for the downward trajectory of Canada’s economy, the Trudeau Liberals are falling back on what they do best: ...

  • 2020: A Year in Review

    It’s been quite a year in Ottawa. Obviously, COVID-19 was the big story of the year, but there were other things happening in 2020 as well. In February, I had the honour of being appointed to ...


Stop Playing Games, Prime Minister

To anyone who has been watching closely, it has been clear for months that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is itching for an election. He just doesn’t want to be the one to call it. In recent months, Justin Trudeau has orchestrated more than half a dozen “confidence vote” opportunities for ... Full Article

Trudeau Hikes Carbon Tax 566%

In the midst of fumbling a national crisis, inundated with scandal and responsible for the downward trajectory of Canada’s economy, the Trudeau Liberals are falling back on what they do best: raising your taxes. Despite the unprecedented circumstances, and the financial pinch felt acutely by ... Full Article

2020: A Year in Review

It’s been quite a year in Ottawa. Obviously, COVID-19 was the big story of the year, but there were other things happening in 2020 as well. In February, I had the honour of being appointed to the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians. This committee reviews the ... Full Article

The Year That Was

2020 has been quite a year. A year unlike any in recent memory. COVID-19 has touched all of us in one way or another. Some have lost family members. Others have lost jobs or businesses. All have lost the sense of peace and security that comes from the normalcy of everyday life. In some ways ... Full Article

Canada Summer Jobs Program Opens for Applications

Steinbach, MB – Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, today highlighted the launch of the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) 2021 employer application process. The Canada Summer Jobs program helps to create work opportunities for youth between the ages of 15 and 30 to develop and improve their ... Full Article

Communist China Is Not Our Friend

Last week marked a grim anniversary. It was two years ago that Chinese authorities arbitrarily detained two Canadians, Michael Spavor and Micheal Kovrig, in retaliation for Canada’s arrest of Meng Wanzhou. Meng’s father is the founder of Chinese telecom giant Huawei. She was arrested in ... Full Article

Pornhub Should be Prosecuted

Recently, I cosigned a letter with other concerned MP’s (from all parties) and Senators calling on the Liberal Government to take action against Pornhub, the world’s largest website creating and distributing pornography. Over the past two years, Pornhub has attracted international attention ... Full Article

Fall Economic Report Offers Canadians Little Hope and No Plan

On Monday, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland presented her government’s fall economic update. Canada has been operating without a budget for the longest period in our nation’s history. This update was supposed to be roadmap to guide the government as it moved into ... Full Article

Falk Stands Up for Border Communities’ Health Care

Ottawa, ON – Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, pressed the Liberal government in Question Period today to remove the barrier preventing residents of the RM of Piney and Buffalo Point First Nation from attending their necessary medical appointments in the United States. In order ... Full Article

Government Failing Canadians

It’s been eleven months since we first heard of the spread of the coronavirus. Rather than take proactive steps, the Liberal government ignored early warnings and failed to plan ahead. As a result, Canadians have endured eight months of restrictions, fear and uncertainty. My Conservative ... Full Article