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REPORT FROM PARLIAMENT New Canadian Fuel Regulations Coming July 16 2021

REPORT FROM PARLIAMENT – New Canadian Fuel Regulations Coming

For Canadian consumers, first responders, farmers, foresters, professional landscape contractors, landscapers, and other small business owners, it’s never been more important to protect your power equipment investments. The Trudeau administration has stated it will move more quickly to “net zero” emissions. What has not been disclosed to Canadians is the price to be paid in […]

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Were Allegations Ignored

Cheryl Gallant, Member of Parliament for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, rose during Question Period today to ask the Defence Minister about contradictory statements made by his Parliamentary Secretary. Cheryl Gallant: After the Prime Minister’s embarrassing comments about whipping out our fighter jets, he shifted from air support to training Iraqi soldiers. Canadian soldiers sent to Iraq reported evidence […]

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 Ottawa, ONTARIO, on 19 April, 2021. 

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How Liberals Enable Trudeau’s Toxic Masculinity

During debate over the Trudeau Government’s cover-up of sexual misconduct allegations within senior military leadership, MP Cheryl Gallant exposed the ways Liberals are perpetuating a culture of toxic masculinity. “The Prime Minister’s toxic masculinity is never going to change unless members of his own caucus and his own party stand up to him,” said Gallant […]

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 Ottawa, ONTARIO, on May 4, 2021. 

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Were War Crimes Allegations Were Ignored?

Ottawa, ON – Cheryl Gallant, Member of Parliament for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, rose during Question Period today to ask the Minister of Defence about media reports Canadian soldiers who reported seeing videos of war crimes, committed by the Iraqi Forces they were tasked to train, were ignored. Cheryl Gallant: Today Media reports state Canadian Forces members saw […]

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Say No To Censorship

I am calling on constituents to make their voices heard before it is too late. The Trudeau Liberals want to control and regulate all video and audio available on the internet. Experts are calling this the most anti-internet government in Canadian history. Bill C-10 is federal legislation to regulate all audio and video content available […]

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Disability Tax Credit Regulations Fall Short

The decision to delay the regulations on the amount third parties can charge to apply for the disability tax credit has personally cost Canadians living with disabilities thousands of dollars. The recent publishing of a cap on fees does not return any of the millions of dollars lost to promoters of the tax credit who […]

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Liberals, NDP, And Bloc Vote Against Private Property Ownership

Ottawa, ON – Cheryl Gallant, Conservative Member of Parliament for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, issued the following statement in response to today’s vote on her Private Member’s Bill, C-222: “I am disappointed that the Liberals, NDP, and Bloc have voted down a modest bill to strengthen the property rights of Canadians. “In a vote on Bill C-222, an […]

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Sick Soldiers Denied Testing

It is a credit to the skills and effectiveness of women and men of the Canadian Armed Forces that they are called upon during emergencies.   As the Member of Parliament for Garrison Petawawa, it is my duty to ensure those serving have all the support they are due.   When Parliament resumes next week, I will […]

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Report from Parliament

With the long-awaited resumption of Parliament, my Private Member’s legislation, Bill C-222, An Act to amend the Expropriation Act (protection of private property),is moving forward in Parliament. Bill C-222, which amends the Expropriation Act, is intended to provide some protections from government taking people’s property without compensation. Given the absence of property rights in the […]

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Trudeau Seeks To Tax and Censor the Internet

Fresh off Justin Trudeau’s limitations of free speech lecture tour, his Minister of Censorship introduced Bill C-10. Bill C-10, An Act to Amend the Broadcasting Act and to make related and consequential amendments to other Acts, is a dangerous new Liberal bill that hands unbridled power to the government. It will to tax music and […]

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