What’s in a name?

What is the most important word in the English language? I recently asked this question at our staff Christmas party. The answers were interesting. Words like “please”, “love”, and “sorry” were all suggested. The answer, at least ... Full Article

Throne Speech Fails to Unify

After six weeks of Justin Trudeau’s post-election vacation and so-called consultations, Canadians expected to see a government that had learned from its mistakes. A government that would work to heal regional divides. To strengthen our ... Full Article

Higher Carbon Tax on the Way

The Liberals are back in power. That means higher taxes and less money in your pocket. Justin Trudeau and the Liberals have spent the last four years making life less affordable for Canadians and, sadly, I see no signs that they plan to change ... Full Article

Rural Canadians Not a Priority for Justin Trudeau

Last Thursday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his new Cabinet. It is clear from the many familiar faces, as far as Justin Trudeau is concerned, it’s business as usual. In last month’s Federal Election, Justin Trudeau lost more than a ... Full Article

Steinbach: The Cleanest City in North America

I am pleased and proud to congratulate the city of Steinbach on retaining its title as the “cleanest city in North America.” According to the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association: “Steinbach… has cut its beverage ... Full Article

Ted Falk Sworn In As Provencher MP

Ottawa, ON – Ted Falk was sworn in as the Member of Parliament for Provencher in Canada’s 43rd Parliament today. Falk was joined by his wife Irene for the short ceremony on Parliament Hill. Falk was first elected Provencher’s Member of ... Full Article

Getting Down to Business

With the federal election now firmly behind us, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that the House of Commons will reconvene on December 5. As Members of Parliament – both returning and newly elected – arrive in Ottawa, one of the ... Full Article

Honouring Our Veterans

On Monday we observe Remembrance Day in Canada. A day when Canadians gather to remember, reflect on, and express our gratitude to those who have worn the uniform of Canada. From the Boer War, through World War I and II, through Korea, Bosnia and ... Full Article

Get Ready for a Higher Carbon Tax

Justin Trudeau pretends he has a plan for the environment and that his Carbon Tax will achieve Canada’s emissions reductions targets under the Paris Accord. But now his own government’s figures confirm that isn’t true. Last week, the ... Full Article