Conservative Bill to Exempt Farmers from Carbon Tax Passes Second Reading

Parliament voted in favour of Conservative MP Philip Lawrence’s Private Member’s Bill (Bill C-206) at second reading, which will provide a full exemption on all farm fuels, including natural gas and propane from the Liberal carbon tax. 

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Bill C-234 Will Make Home Security More Affordable for Canadians

Last night in Parliament, I spoke in favour of Bill C-234, which was introduced by my friend and Conservative colleague Randy Hoback, the MP for Prince Albert.
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The Government Must Stop Targeting Law-Abiding Firearm Owners

Westman law abiding firearm owners are not the problem. 

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Bill C-208 Marches Forward

My Private Member's Bill, Bill C-208, passed second reading in Parliament and has now been sent to Finance Committee.

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Cannot End Pandemic Without Vaccines

This week I partook in the emergency debate on the vaccine shortage.

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Bill C-208

Last week my Private Members Bill, Bill C-208 – (transfer of small businesses or family farm or fishing corporation), had its first hour of debate in the House of Commons.

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Appointed to Health Committee

After the Liberal government prorogued Parliament, it resulted in Parliamentary Standing Committees needing to be reformed.

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Restarting Western Canada's Economy

In advance of the Liberal Government's Throne Speech, all three prairie Conservative Caucus Chairs wrote to the Prime Minister to urge him to make the economic recovery of Western Canada a top priority.

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We Need a Fully Functioning Parliament to Resume Immediately

With the return of Parliament, we are demanding that committees get up and running as soon as possible. Unfortunately, this request was denied by the Liberals.

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Liberals Shut Down Parliament

It was less than a week ago that Justin Trudeau said he had full confidence in Bill Morneau. The Prime Minister knew he couldn’t outright fire his Finance Minister for his ethical lapses, because then he would have to throw himself overboard as well.

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