Thanksgiving Reflections

This past weekend Canadians marked another Thanksgiving – a time to reflect on the many things we have to be grateful for. It’s true that both 2020 and 2021 have been very challenging years for us as individuals, for our communities, and for ... Full Article

Foreign Policy Failures

Canada stands at a foreign policy crossroads. Under Justin Trudeau’s watch, our reputation on the world stage has declined to new lows in recent days. This Prime Minister who boldly stated that Canada was “back” has been responsible for ... Full Article

Thank You, Provencher

I was very pleased to be re-elected to a fourth term as Member of Parliament for Provencher. I’d like to thank my team and all our wonderful volunteers for all their hard work, and my family, for always being there for me. Thank you to my ... Full Article

Lack of Federal Leadership Breeds Fear

I have written before, in recent days, of the epidemic of fear that has paralyzed our nation. Some are still afraid of the coronavirus. Some for their vulnerable loved ones. Some are still afraid for their jobs. Some fearful for their business. ... Full Article

Canada’s New Governor General

This week, Mary Simon was sworn in as Canada’s 30th Governor General. Canada’s Governor General represents the Queen—Canada’s Head of State—giving Royal assent for bills to become law and serving as honourary Commander in Chief of our ... Full Article

Justin Trudeau’s Inflation Nation

Many Canadians are too young to remember the high interest rates of the 1980’s. Others remember those days all too well. The days when the price of the average Canadian home was well under $100,000—a dream for many prospective homebuyers ... Full Article

Justin Trudeau’s War on Family Businesses

The House of Commons has adjourned for summer, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues to show his contempt for Parliament—and by extension, hardworking, taxpaying Canadians. Two weeks ago, I wrote about some of the common-sense ... Full Article