• Well Done Manitoba

    Last Thursday, Premier Brian Pallister announced phase two of Manitoba’s re-opening plan. I applaud the provincial government’s movement toward a resumption of normalcy. While the situation ...

  • Falk Troubled by Suspension of Full Parliamentary Sittings

    Steinbach, MB – Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, today shared concerns with the decision to suspend full parliamentary sittings until September. “The Liberal government has shut ...

  • COVID-19: Resources for Impacted Canadians

    Manitoba declared a State of Emergency on March 20, 2020. Find answers to frequently asked questions here. The Government of Manitoba announced a phased approach to restore safe services in the ...


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, closed borders, significantly restricted freedoms and ... 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 times. The Benefit is available for workers who have ... Full Article

Supporting Canadians Through COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed our daily lives in significant ways these last few weeks. The pace of change has been swift and it’s not easy to keep up with the ever-changing details. In order to provide you with a one-stop shop for COVID-19 information, my office has put together a resource library ... Full Article

Coronavirus Update 2

Despite the fluidity of the COVID-19 situation, rest assured my staff, colleagues and I are working hard to support the needs of Canadians and facilitate relief during these unprecedented times. The following are some of the important measures announced so far. Financial Supports: The ... Full Article

Coronavirus Update

My thoughts and prayers go out to the hundreds of Canadian families affected by the coronavirus. Rest assured that all parties and all levels of government are working together to support affected Canadians and help prevent further spread of the virus. The Public Health Agency of Canada ... Full Article

OFFICE UPDATE

The Public Health Agency of Canada continues to assess the public health risk associated with COVID-19 as low for the general population in Canada, but that could change rapidly. It is important to follow the advice of health care professionals and public health agencies to contain the spread ... Full Article

Liberals Seek Legalization of Hard Drugs

A Liberal Member of Parliament has introduced a private member’s bill to legalize the possession of hard drugs, including heroin, crack cocaine, and meth. This is extremely troubling as Canadians know these drugs are very dangerous and do lasting damage to people who use them. However, this ... Full Article

Protecting Farms and Livestock

Canadian farmers grow and raise quality food for all of us, but some farmers have seen the health of their animals and Canada’s food supply put at risk by activist groups. That’s why I’ve seconded Bill C-205, An Act to amend the Health of Animals Act—a private member’s bill put ... Full Article

Canadian Canola Exports to China Remain Banned One Year Later

Steinbach, MB – Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, is marking the one-year anniversary of China banning Canadian canola imports by calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to stand up for our farmers. “An entire year has gone by since China began blocking imports of Canadian ... Full Article

MP Falk Seconds Bill to Protect Farm Biosecurity and Animal Health

Steinbach, MB – Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, has seconded Bill C-205, An Act to amend the Health of Animals Act. Introduced by Conservative MP John Barlow, the Bill helps protect biosecurity for farms by amending the Health of Animals Act to make it a serious offence to ... Full Article