• Trucker Protest

    As I have said before my stance on the issue has not changed. I continue to support their right to peacefully protest. I encourage the truckers that remain in the streets of Ottawa and throughout ...


    Yesterday I was re-elected as Chair of the Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates. This will be my second term serving as Chair as I was first elected to the position in the ...


    Yet again, Justin Trudeau’s latest Speech from the Throne has failed to show any support for Western Canadians, especially those in rural communities. He claims that ‘no worker or region will ...

Year In Review

Dear friends, As 2020 draws to a close, I would like to take some time to reflect on the year that has passed, and my what a year it has been! First, I would like to thank my constituents for their resilience in the face of all the uncertainty that 2020 brought us. This last […] Full Article

Too many Canadians left behind in Trudeau’s Throne Speech

Kids are back at school and businesses that survived the first wave of the pandemic are back in the swing of things as best they can be here in Souris-Moose Mountain. But residents keep telling me they’re worried about their health, their loved ones, their jobs, and how they are going to pay ... Full Article

Federal government is responding to the COVID-19 crisis

As residents in Souris-Moose Mountain continue to worry about their health, the health of their loved ones, and how they’re going to pay their bills, I’m proud that my Conservative colleagues and I have been using our strengthened Opposition to focus on putting more money into Canadians’ ... Full Article

Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)

As many of you know, Parliament has now passed Bill C-13, the emergency legislation that provides support for Canadians affected by COVID-19. Despite some delays and challenges, we were able to reach a consensus to be able to help those in need. The program that was announced as a result of ... Full Article

COVID-19 – What You Need to Know

What You Need to Know: COVID-19 Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. The Prime Minister announced the government’s initial support for Canadians and businesses affected by COVID-19, including a $1-billion fund to support provinces and territories in the ... Full Article

Loan deadline for farmers fast approaching

Grain farmers across Souris-Moose Mountain are facing a dire situation. A number of hardships beyond their control have created an urgent cash-flow crisis – from last year’s difficult harvest season, to trade disputes with China, to the Trudeau Liberal Carbon Tax, to an early snowfall. On ... Full Article

Rail for Farmers

Justin Trudeau’s weak response to the Wet’suwet’en Blockades, a national crisis, lacked two key things: a clear denunciation that the actions of these radical activists are illegal, and some kind of an action plan that would put an end to the illegal blockages and get our economy back on ... Full Article

Wet’suwet’en Blockades

    Everyone in Canada has the right to freedom of speech and the freedom to protest – regardless of how much we agree or disagree with their message. What they do not have the right to do is shut down our railways and ports, block everyday, honest Canadians getting to and from ... Full Article

Liberals must lower taxes and cut red tape for small businesses

Over the past four years, Justin Trudeau’s policies have made it harder for entrepreneurs to get ahead and driven investment out of Canada. The Prime Minister attacked small business owners and called them tax cheats. Meanwhile, the Liberal government hiked payroll taxes, tried to tax ... Full Article