• Update from Dr. Robert Kitchen, MP

    Dear Constituents, With the House back in session, the last couple of weeks have been busy. I participated in the emergency debates that were held on the cancellation of Keystone XL, as well as ...

  • Statement on Mandatory Hotel Quarantine

      Last week, the Liberal government announced new travel restrictions including: a suspension of all flights by major Canadian airlines to all Caribbean destinations and Mexico, only ...

  • Cancellation of Keystone XL

    During these challenging times, it is extremely disappointing to see both federal and municipal governments turn their collective backs on the those employed in our energy sector, and especially ...


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

2019 Year In Review

As 2019 draws to a close, I would like to thank all of my constituents in Souris – Moose Mountain for putting your faith in me as your Member of Parliament. This past year was a whirlwind with the election, and I am looking forward to 2020 where myself and my Conservative colleagues will ... Full Article

MP’S FAST AND BARLOW VISIT ESTEVAN

May 23, 2019 Estevan – Today, Dr. Robert Kitchen, Member of Parliament for Souris – Moose Mountain, welcomed the Honourable Ed Fast, P.C., M.P., Shadow Minister for Environment and Climate Change, and John Barlow, M.P., Shadow Minister for Employment, Workplace Development and Labour, ... Full Article

Elected Vice-Chair

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 (Ottawa, ON) Dr. Robert Kitchen, Member of Parliament for Souris-Moose Mountain, was elected as Vice-Chair of the newly formed Subcommittee on Sports-Related Concussions in Canada of the Standing Committee on Health. The Subcommittee will develop recommendations on ... Full Article

Battle of Vimy Ridge, 101st Anniversary

The Battle of Vimy Ridge was a defining moment for our Canadian troops. Our soldiers fought courageously so that we at home could continue to enjoy the peace, safety and security of our wonderful country. Many of our soldiers, including 422 from Saskatchewan, made the ultimate sacrifice, and ... Full Article

Liberal Firearms Legislation Fails Law-Abiding Gun Owners

Yesterday, the Liberals introduced Bill C-71, An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms. This legislation does nothing to address violence in urban and rural communities, and introduces a wasteful and ineffective firearms registry. This is simply the long-gun registry ... Full Article