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Give The Defence Minister A Dishonourable Discharge

Ottawa, ON – Today in Question Period, MP Cheryl Gallant called on Prime Minister Trudeau to do the honourable thing and fire his Minister of Defence. Mrs. Cheryl Gallant (Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke, CPC): Madam Speaker, the defence minister has been without honour from the start. First he let the Prime Minister destroy Vice-Admiral Norman, then he falsely […]

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Why the Cover-Up of Iraqi War Crimes?

MP Cheryl Gallant pressed the Trudeau Government to come clean about what it knew, and when it knew that evidence of war crimes by Iraqi forces had been brought to the attention of senior Canadian military officers. Cheryl Gallant, M.P.: Media reports say soldiers who raised concerns during OP IMPACT have been interviewed by Military […]

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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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Liberal Vaccine Failure Put Troops At Risk

Ottawa, ON – Cheryl Gallant, Member of Parliament for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, rose during debate in the House of Commons to draw attention to the failure by the Liberals to offer vaccines to Canadian Armed Forces members being deployed overseas. “Since the start of the COVID pandemic, almost 1,300 members of Canada’s armed forces have contracted the […]

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Gallant To Sajjan: Honour International Women’s Day By Coming Clean On Sexual Misconduct Allegations Cover Up

Ottawa, Ontario – MP Cheryl Gallant (Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke) marked the occasion of International Women’s Day by seeking assurances from the federal government that the women, who serve in the Canadian Forces, feel safe and heard. Cheryl Gallant, MP: Mr. Speaker, In March of 2018 the Military Ombudsman meet with the Defence Minister to confidentially advise him […]

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Veterans Week

Veterans deserve our thanks, not just on Remembrance Day, but every day – for their service, for their sacrifice, and for everything they have given in service of our country. There is a sacred trust between Canadians and those brave soldiers, sailors, and aircrew who have put service before self. Ensuring that our veterans and […]

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Seeking Support for Local Jobs

I rose during Adjournment Proceedings in Parliament yesterday to demand a more fulsome answer to the question I recently posed in Question Period asking the government to protect aerospace jobs in the Ottawa Valley. “Earlier this month, I asked the Minister of National Defence an important question regarding Canadian jobs, procurement and protecting the lives […]

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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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