Sign the Petition: Support Canadian Canola Farmers

It has been four months since China announced a ban on Canadian imports of canola. The crisis has expanded as China has also suspended the export permits of two Canadian pork exporters. The Minister of Agriculture has decided it is not the right time take the matter to World Trade Organization, ... Full Article

New Horizons for Seniors Program

Like many countries, Canada has a growing seniors population. In fact, by 2030 it is projected that there will be 9.6 million seniors who will account for almost a quarter of our population. This is great news. It means we are living longer and healthier lives! It also means we have to lay a ... Full Article

Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan recently launched

Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan is the fundraising partner of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency. Every dollar raised stays in Saskatchewan, supporting the work of the Agency and enhancing cancer care for the people of this province. The Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan is a brand new charity, ... Full Article

National Volunteer Week April 7 – 13

National Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate and thank Canada’s 12.7 million volunteers. This year’s theme is: “The Volunteer Factor – Lifting Communities.” The Volunteer Factor celebrates and recognizes the exponential impact of volunteers and how they lift our communities. ... Full Article

Don’t buy Trudeau’s Carbon Tax Scam!

Trudeau says there’s “a price on pollution”. That doesn’t make any sense. The worst polluters are entitled to a massive tax exemption while the simple citizens have to pay. His refund will not even cover the cost of his tax. The Conservatives will abolish this unfair tax ... Full Article

Conservatives call for emergency agriculture committee meeting

Ottawa, ON – Conservative members of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food have called for an emergency meeting to discuss the recent retaliatory move by China halting all new purchases of Canadian canola, wheat and peas. MPs Luc Berthold, Earl Dreeshen, and Bev Shipley sent a ... Full Article

Marathon voting session triggered by the Liberals. #LetHerSpeak

Please watch my video with my colleague Tom Lukiwski, MP Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan as we explain the all-nighter of continuous voting that took place. Parliamentarians have been voting in an all night marathon voting session that was triggered after the Liberals voted against a Conservative ... Full Article

Trudeau’s Cover-Up Budget

Justin Trudeau promised that the budget would be balanced this year. Instead, the deficit will hit $19.8 billion. Justin Trudeau’s “Distraction” Budget 2019 spends an extra $41.3 billion over five years. Canada’s debt will soar to over $705 billion this year. In his first three years in ... Full Article