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GALLANT URGES LAW TO HELP PLAN 2014 FLOOD VICTIMS

Upper Ottawa Valley – Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MP Cheryl Gallant recently introduced legislation, Bill C-222, to amend the federal Expropriation Act to allow for compensation to private property owners flooded by federal government policy PLAN 2014. Unlike the United States, where private property is protected in the American Constitution, in Canada landowners’ rights are found in government […]

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Protecting Private Property Rights

Cheryl Gallant, Member of Parliament for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, is pleased to table private member legislation which seeks to amend the Expropriation Act to advance private property protections for Canadians. “There has been a disturbing trend in Canada towards what is referred to as regulatory, de facto or constructive taking of private property. This happens when Government […]

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Big Banks Abandon Rural Canada

Today, I am calling for federal action to improve competition to Big Banks. With the Big Banks closing down more and more rural bank branches, action is needed to make it easier for banking solutions to fill the smaller markets being abandoned by the Big Banks. Many small communities have neither internet access nor a […]

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Trudeau Fails NATO

Cheryl Gallant, MP is calling on the federal government to stop wasting taxpayer dollars on useless studies and get on with the business of defending Canada’s interests at home and abroad. A real start would be to honour our commitment to NATO by investing the minimum two percent of GDP NATO feels is necessary to […]

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How You Can Help Get Fairness for Flood Victims

This week I wrote the Prime Minister to ask that victims of the recent highwater levels in the Great Lakes and Ottawa River watersheds be fairly compensated by the federal government. For the second time in three years, many communities and businesses in the Ottawa River and Great Lakes watersheds are experiencing flooding due to […]

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Canada Summer Jobs Now Accepting Applications

I am pleased to announce that the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) Program is officially accepting applications for summer 2019. The Canada Summer Jobs program provides employers the chance to create much-needed summer job opportunities for young Canadians, while strengthening our local economies and communities. These summer jobs allow for youth to gain experience, learn new […]

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Report From Parliament

As your Federal Member of Parliament, a regular question I get is “Why is Canada’s deficit so high?” and “Why does this government think it can spend more than it collects in taxes?” These questions are particularly important to Veterans, who are lectured to, by an insensitive Prime Minister, Municipalities, who are waiting on promises […]

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Canada Post Strike Chaos Could Cancel Your Municipal Vote If You Live In Rural Ontario

Ontario municipal elections are set for October 22, 2018. Canada Post workers are in a strike position as of September 26. Last Friday, Chief Administrative Officers (CAOs) from a number of our municipalities sent an urgent email to me because a strike will impact the mail-in ballots. Last night I was told Canada Post said […]

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Why did Trudeau hand a 637% profit to US shareholders?

Canadians, who are used to bad news on the economy, were shocked by a report from Washington that confirmed American shareholders of Texas-based Kinder Morgan made a 637% profit on the sale of the doomed Trans Mountain pipeline to Canadian taxpayers. To quote Aaron Wudrick of the Canadian Taxpayer’s Federation: “It’s hard to think of […]

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