Calling on the Government to Reverse the Transfer of Tori Stafford's Killer to a Healing Lodge

Improving Accessibility for Canadians with Disabilities

Liberals Putting a Murderer Ahead of Veterans

You Just Bought a Pipeline

When Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister, three major energy companies had pipeline projects in the works – Northern Gateway, Energy East and Trans Mountain – they were prepared to build in Canada.  Now thanks to Liberal policies and decisions we have none that are ready to go forward.

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All are welcome to attend Townhall on Border Crossers

As you’ve seen in the news, the issue of how the Liberal government is handling the influx of the 30,000 people who have walked across the border to claim asylum, continues to be a major public policy issue.

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Standing Up for Law-Abiding Firearms Owners

Call for Proposals to Improve Accessibility

Local community groups, municipalities, and small businesses in Westman are encouraged to submit proposals through the Enabling Accessibility Fund for projects that will help improve accessibility in community facilities for people with disabilities. The deadline for submitting proposals is July 26, 2018.

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Parliament of Canada Pays Tribute to Ed Anderson

Speaking Out Against Liberal Gun Legislation

Recently, John and Matthew Hipwell of Wolverine Supplies, located in Virden, appeared as expert witnesses before Parliament's Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security. The Committee is currently studying Bill C-71, the Liberals new gun legislation that has been widely criticized for doing nothing to take guns out of the hands of criminals and for unfairly targeting law-abiding firearms owners.

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Funding Announced for Upgrades to Boissevain-Morton Civic Centre

Federal funding was announced for the Municipality of Boissevain-Morton to make improvements to the Civic Centre located on South Railway Street. The Municipality is receiving the funding through the Government of Canada’s Enabling Accessibility Fund to construct a new accessible washroom on the main floor of the facility.  This will ensure that all members of the public can use it, particularly those with mobility issues or those who have a disability.

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