• 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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, ...

We Need a Plan to Open the Canada-US Border

There are growing calls from across the political spectrum for Prime Minster Justin Trudeau to open the Canada-US border. The border has been closed to travelers since March of last year. I have witnessed firsthand how the heavy-handed (often haphazard) measures put in place by the Liberal ... Full Article

Conservative Environment Bill Passes 3rd Reading

Ottawa, ON – Yesterday, MP Ted Falk voted in favour of a bill to ban the export of Canada’s plastic waste to foreign countries. Introduced by Conservative MP Scot Davidson, Bill C-204 proposes to amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 to prohibit the export of certain types ... Full Article

Winnipeg To Wuhan

Last week, during Question Period, Prime Minster Justin Trudeau and members of his Cabinet were repeatedly asked questions about collaboration between the National Microbiology Laboratory (NML) in Winnipeg and scientists linked to China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA). The NML is a level 4 ... Full Article

988: Common-sense, Common Ground Legislation

Earlier this month, I was pleased to co-second Bill C-294. Bill C-294 An Act to amend the Telecommunications Act (suicide prevention) is the passion project of my Conservative Colleague MP Todd Doherty. Todd lost a dear friend to suicide when he was a teenager and the experience impacted him ... Full Article

Update on Liberal Bill to Regulate Social Media

Many of you have already heard of Bill C-10, the Liberal government’s bill granting powers to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to regulate social media content. Lots of you reached out to express concerns about the implications of this bill on freedom of ... Full Article

Commonsense Legislation Would Protect Canada’s Waterways

Nine hundred billion litres. That’s how much raw sewage was dumped into Canada’s waterways over a five-year period. To put that into perspective, that’s the equivalent of filling 355,000 Olympic-size swimming pools with sewage. That’s why, earlier this week, I was pleased to speak in ... Full Article