Alberta Senator Doug Black introduced Bill S-245 into the Senate, which provides a reasonable roadmap to move the TransMountain Pipeline forward. This bill would declare the pipeline project to be part of the national interest. Check out my video below to watch my speech in support of his bill, which has now been passed in the Senate and is before the House of Commons.
I look forward to the opportunity to update you on the work of the Conservative Official Opposition in Ottawa, our responses to key issues and bills presented by the government, and our vision for a better Canada.
I also sincerely look forward to hearing your questions, concerns and advice on what I can do to best represent you in Ottawa.
I wanted to share with you some of the work I have been doing over the summer. I strongly believe that one of the reasons why pipeline approvals keep getting delayed and bills such as C-69 move forward are because the Liberal government’s support base in central Canada doesn’t understand the importance of our energy industry to the wellbeing of all of Canada.
Canadian politics has had a troubling start to 2018.
The House of Commons has adjourned for the summer, with the last sitting day on June 21. Some of the most noteworthy pieces of legislation that were debated throughout the month of June are recapped here.
It's been a great Stampede - I have been so pleased to meet with many constituents.
SESQUI, a Canada 150 Signature Initiative, presents the world premiere of the 360° film HORIZON. The film is a revolutionary cinematic journey across Canada, celebrating the people, landscapes, and freedoms that make us proud to call it home. Created and captured with advanced 360° technology and presented in full dome and virtual reality platforms, HORIZON is a sensory and emotional experience for audiences of all ages. You’ll see Canada in ways you’ve never seen it before.
Admission is FREE on Canada Day and Labour Day
As part of the Official Opposition, when we see the federal budget, we are naturally going to look for places to criticize. Budget 2017 doesn’t give me a lot of opportunities to do that – not because the measures it takes aren’t questionable – but instead it refuses to make nearly any choices or take nearly any measures at all.
As your MP I believe that the taxpayer should pay only what the owe. I've recently mailed around my tax guide - which will help you with a list of common deductions that you may qualify for. If you need another copy, or didn't receive the guide, click here to download.
I wanted to take a moment to update you on what happened yesterday in Ottawa. At the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance I asked to undertake a study into Alberta’s economy and current unemployment levels.