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New Ottawa River Watershed Council Creates Uncertainty

The new Ottawa River Watershed Council the liberal party is proposing is creating uncertainty for property owners in the Ottawa Valley. In addition to affecting property values, people who work at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories in Chalk River have every reason to be concerned for their jobs also. The loss of tens of thousands of jobs […]

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NEWS RELEASE Double Double the Tax for Employees Oct 11 2017

Double Double the Tax for Employees

Liberal Tax on Employee Rewards Targets Working Class I am writing today to confirm my determination to oppose tax hikes imposed by the Trudeau government on employees who are rewarded with employee discounts. One of the ways employers are able to reward employees in the retail and food service industries is by offering discounts for […]

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NEWS RELEASE Tax Town Hall Draws Large Crowd Sept 29 2017

Tax Town Hall Draws Large Crowd

Thank you to the many constituents who attended a packed meeting at the Cobden Agricultural Hall to voice their opposition to the plan by the Federal Government to raise taxes on farmers, small business, as well as a variety of professionals like engineers, doctors, dentists, building contractors, plumbers, electricians, to name a few trades. What […]

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Farmers Take a Beating from Trudeau Liberals

It has been a rough year for agricultural producers. Carbon taxes have seen energy prices soar. High rainfall in Eastern Ontario has delayed planting, and rotted crops. Our largest trading partner has demanded an end to supply managed sectors. Yet the Trudeau government thinks our farmers can handle a few more punches. Without waiting to […]

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NEWS RELEASE Trudeau Liberals Putting Small Business Jobs at Risk MP Cheryl Gallant August 16 2017

Trudeau Liberals Putting Small Business Jobs at Risk

  Last year it was campgrounds, this year it is doctors and small businesses in general. The Trudeau Liberals are willing to risk killing jobs, especially scarce in rural Canada. Can small businesses survive the impact of a 93 percent tax, without cutting jobs? That is the combined tax rate estimated by Armstrong Economics. July […]

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Forestry Workers Casualties of Trudeau Climate War

Forestry workers deserve honesty from government. The Liberals do not support the working forest and the approximately 370,000 direct and indirect jobs the forestry sector generates in Canada. Rather than misleading forestry workers, Trudeau should tell the truth on where his party stands when it comes to forestry jobs. Action speaks louder than words. All […]

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MP Cheryl Gallant Joins Softwood Lumber Taskforce

Known for expressing concern for the thousands of Riding jobs at stake in forestry, I have been asked to join the Conservative Opposition Softwood Lumber Taskforce to hold the Trudeau Liberals to account for solving the softwood lumber trade dispute with the United States. The failure to strike a new softwood lumber agreement with the […]

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Cheryl Gallant Attended the 60th General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency, This Is What She Learned

Vienna, Austria – Cheryl Gallant, MP Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, recently was part of the Canadian Delegation at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Congress. This year marks the 60th general conference held by the international agency under the theme “Atoms for Peace and Development.” The Agency has made a unique contribution to international peace and security through […]

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NEWS RELEASE MP Cheryl Gallant Introduces Private Member's Bill to Protect Jobs 2016

MP Cheryl Gallant Re-Introduces Private Members Legislation to Protect Jobs

I am pleased to confirm the re-introduction of Bill C-278, An Act to Amend the Lobbying Act (reporting obligations), to be read as the Foreign Lobbying Transparency Act. I introduced this legislation to protect local jobs. Thousands of Canadians rely on the working forest for their livelihoods. Canadians should be shocked to learn that for […]

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MP Cheryl Gallant Hosts Environmental Presentation

MP Cheryl Gallant Hosts Environmental Presentation

I was pleased to host Dr. Peter Ottensmeyer, (Professor Emeritus, Department of Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto), and Dr. John Hilborn, (PhD Nuclear Physics, McGill University, Reactor Physicist, AECL, 1954-1991) for a presentation on Parliament Hill about the benefits of re-cycling used fuel from Canadian nuclear electricity power reactors. Parliamentarians were surprised to learn that […]

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