It seems like it has become tradition to send the Minister of Finance a number of ideas to be included in the federal budget. In each letter, the importance of fiscal responsibility is stressed as it is widely known the Liberal government immediately broke their campaign promise to only run small deficits and return to a balanced budget in 2019.Read more
It’s starting to feel like the movie Groundhog Day, as once again Parliament is debating a motion about the Prime Minister’s questionable conduct.
I am calling on the Government to put away their buzzwords and naivety and table a plan to get Trans Mountain built.
And to those unemployed energy sector workers sitting at home watching this debate, our Conservative caucus will always have your back.
Check out my speech below.
Last week, I spoke to the House about the Prime Minister's misuse of tax dollars. It is time for the Prime Minister to pay back Taxpayers.
Check out my video below.
I am inviting everyone to any of the six upcoming budget consultation meetings next week across Westman.Read more
This past week I threw my full support behind Bill C-379, which if passed, would amend the Bank Act to allow the use of the words “bank”, “banker” and “banking” by Credit Unions that are provincially regulated.Read more
At committee last week I asked pointed questions during a parliamentary committee to Liberal Ministers on their government’s response to the illegal border crossings by asylum seekers. The Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration invited Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen and Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale to brief Members of Parliament and to make themselves available for questions.Read more
Last week I voted in the House of Commons to extend the consultations on the proposed Liberal tax hikes for businesses and farm families. The Conservative Party introduced the motion to extend the consultation deadline to January 31, 2018; however the Trudeau Liberals refused and defeated the motion.Read more