I would like to thank my Parliamentary colleagues for electing me to the position of Chair, of the Canada-North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Parliamentary Association. Their vote of confidence in my ability to represent Canadian interests in an important forum like NATO is truly humbling. The NATO Parliamentary Assembly was established in 1955 to […]
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A big thank-you and Merry Christmas to all of Santa’s helpers throughout our Riding. In what has become a holiday tradition among Conservative supporters, I helped distribute food bank donations made possible by their generosity, to area food banks. Every year the spirit of Christmas motivates volunteers in each of our communities to reach out […]
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October 25, 2011 I am pleased to announce of the Government of Canada is now offering new funding to help communities protect seniors from elder abuse, through the New Horizons for Seniors Program. Starting on October 17th, the government began accepting new applications for elder abuse prevention programs under the New Horizons for Seniors Program. […]
On Tuesday, the Harper Government introduced legislation to scrap the wasteful and ineffective long-gun registry.
On Tuesday, Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, introduced the Keeping Canada’s Economy & Jobs Growing Act.
On Tuesday, Peter MacKay, Minister of National Defence, announced that the Government of Canada has re-adopted the traditional names of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) as the Royal Canadian Navy, the Royal Canadian Air Force, and the Canadian Army.
Canada is a welcoming country. Our immigration system is famous for accepting those who, in turn, help our nation.
From drive-by shootings, to gang violence, to random assault; the friends and family of victims of crime understand first-hand how the protection of Canadians requires constant vigilance. We cannot afford to take the security of law-abiding families for granted.