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Double Standard Unfairly Benefits Asylum Seekers

Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday that he was extending the closure of the US border for another month. In our riding of Provencher, as with many ridings, our border communities are inextricably linked with those on the US side. People cross the ... Full Article

Time to Re-Open

It’s been a month since I wrote asking what Justin Trudeau’s plan was for getting things back to normal. One month later, no such plan has materialized. While certain measures will likely need to remain in effect for some time, a growing ... Full Article

Law-Abiding Firearms Owners Deserve More Respect

On May 1, Justin Trudeau blindsided Canadian firearms owners by announcing a ban of more than 1,500 models and variants of “assault-style” firearms. The ban is effective immediately and means that these newly prohibited firearms cannot be ... Full Article

Liberal Firearms Ban Q&A

On May 1, the Trudeau Liberals announced a ban of more than 1,500 models and variants of “assault-style” firearms. My office has received considerable feedback from across our region expressing concern and frustration with this announcement. ... Full Article

Thank You Provencher

As the number of new COVID-19 cases appears to be on the decline, Canadians are hopeful that we will soon be able to start down the path toward a return to normalcy. The coronavirus has changed the day-to-day lives of Provencher residents in ... Full Article

Businesses Still Waiting

Despite recent attempts by the Liberal government to stifle the voice of Canada’s Official Opposition, Canada’s Conservatives are working hard to hold the government accountable during these trying times. We are striving to work with the ... Full Article

What’s the Plan?

Now that we are beginning to see a decline in the number of new COVID-19 cases, the question foremost in the minds of many Canadians is when can life get back to normal? What’s the plan? Sure, the Government has spent billions of dollars, ... Full Article

Supporting Workers Impacted by COVID-19

If you have stopped working because of COVID-19, the new Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) may be for you. Through the CERB, eligible individuals can receive $500 a week for up to 16 weeks to help you stay afloat during these difficult ... Full Article