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November 16, 2016

Trudeau must get results for Canadians

His priorities should be: protecting NAFTA, Keystone approval, and a softwood lumber deal. No matter who is elected to the White House every four years, whether Republican or Democrat, the government of Canada has only one job: to defend Canada’s interests. Click here for more.

November 01, 2016

Saskatoon CPC Leadership Debate on November 9th

      Saskatoon Leadership Debate Delta Bessborough, Adam Ballroom November 9, 2016 6:00 PM (CST)$20.00/person Buy Tickets Hotel Information The Conservative Party has made special arrangements with the Delta Bessborough to provide debate guests with the lowest rate possible of $156 plus tax per night (must book by October...

October 30, 2016

Liberal Government has failed Prince Albert Corrections Workers

The Phoenix pay system debacle is affecting public servants across the country.  And our riding of Prince Albert is not immune. I stand in solidarity with protesting Corrections workers who have yet to be paid as a result of the Liberal government’s mishandling of the implementation of this new system. ...

October 22, 2016

Canada Needs to Act with Conviction on the World Stage

A characteristic of the Justin Trudeau government is that it tries to be all things to all people. While this may create opportunities for abundant announcements and photo-ops, eventually people will start to look back at this Liberal government’s record and they’ll have to really think hard about what it...

October 15, 2016

Liberal Government has failed forestry families

Justin Trudeau and his Liberals are continuing to show that they are out of touch with regular working-class Canadians.  Their failure to negotiate a new softwood lumber agreement is just another example and is a direct slight to forestry families here in Saskatchewan and those across the country who rely...

October 08, 2016

We can fight climate change without increasing taxes

On Monday, Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government announced a new tax on Canadian families and businesses that will have serious implications on your wallet for years to come.  The tax that Justin Trudeau announced is a “floor price” on carbon pollution of $10 a tonne in 2018, rising to...