Style over Substance

In his recent revealing interview, former Finance Minister Bill Morneau confirmed what most Canadians already recognize: that Justin Trudeau’s style over substance approach is not merely our perception but is, in fact, the order of the day. In ... Full Article

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year, Provencher! The beauty of a New Year is a fresh start and fresh possibilities. I believe Canadians are coming out of a long cold dark winter. 2023 is here, and I’m optimistic this year will bring signs of Spring—the hope ... Full Article

2022 A Year in Review Part II: July to December

July began where June had left off, with Canadians across the political spectrum furious at being unable to access basic government services. Ideology aside, the Trudeau Liberals were failing to perform the most basic functions of government. ... Full Article

A Year in Review, Part I (January to June)

2022 has been a year many of us would rather forget than relive. However, given the magnitude of what has happened, and the far-reaching implications thereof, it’s important to keep these issues at the forefront of our memory and national ... Full Article

Working together to ban organ harvesting

Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to speak in favour of Bill S-223, An Act to amend the Criminal Code, and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (trafficking in human organs). This bill seeks to create new offences under the Criminal ... Full Article

Canadian Tax Dollars Should Benefit Canadians

It’s been another expensive week for Canadians. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been busy, jet-setting all over the globe, dolling out dollars to a variety of international causes. First, was a stop in Cambodia where Trudeau dropped $333 ... Full Article

ArriveCAN App Still Haunts Canadians

Since its inception almost two years ago, I have been a vocal proponent of scrapping the ArriveCAN app and its mandatory use. Fellow Conservative MPs and my office heard many stories of constituents being told to unnecessarily quarantine by the ... Full Article