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  • His favourite word is indian.

Conservative MP for Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River (Saskatchewan)

Won his last election, in 2011, with 47.90% of the vote.

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter I was Proud to vote on this important legislation. Closing a gap in the law when it came to the rights and... http://t.co/BfVKznlLS9

Posted on Twitter As the law currently stands, violent criminals are being released after serving only two-thirds of their sentence... http://t.co/JQdicSHcKl

Posted on Twitter Some misguided individuals are suggesting that First Nations people do not qualify for the Canada Child Tax... http://t.co/bAS08GubnF

Two days ago

Posted on Twitter Rob Clarke MP Report, March 4, 2015 As the law currently stands, violent criminals are being released after... http://t.co/0w2H1PESYL

Posted on Twitter Read my Rob Clarke Report on Protecting Canadians from Serious Criminals http://t.co/Xk8AqXWrs0

Posted on Twitter Today PM Harper announced that our Government will introduce legislation to ensure that a life sentence means life.

A week ago

Didn't vote on Vote #342 on Bill C-2 Amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances

Voted Yes on Vote #341 on Bill C-586 Amend the Canada Elections Act and the Parliament of Canada Act (candidacy and caucus reforms)

Spoke at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development committee on Access to Capital I thank the witnesses for coming in. Allan, you mentioned in regard to the Indian Act how it's impeding development for first nations business opportunities on ...

Voted No on Vote #340 That ( a) the House recognize that (i) the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the prohibition on ...

Voted Yes on Vote #339 on Bill C-32 Enact the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights and to amend certain Acts

Voted Yes on Vote #338 on Bill C-51 Enact the Security of Canada Information Sharing Act and the Secure Air Travel Act, to ...

Two weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Anti-terrorism Act, 2015 My NDP colleagues should let me finish, Mr. Speaker. Their position is hug-a-thug day. I do not agree with that. This is about respecting my colleagues ...

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, under the strong and responsible leadership of our Prime Minister, our government will balance the budget and put money where it belongs, into the ...

Three weeks ago

Mentioned by The Reminder Ethics head clears MP Rob Clarke There will be no inquiry into allegations that northern Saskatchewan MP Rob Clarke violated ethical standards. Newfoundland Liberal MP Scott Simms wrote to the federal ethics commissioner in December to suggest that Clarke and Winnipeg MP Rod ...

A month ago

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, thanks to our government, Canadian families can be assured that their hard-earned money is making it way back to their bank accounts. Our plan ...

Two months ago

Mentioned by Globalnews.ca Sask. aboriginal MP sees bill to change Indian Act become law Conservative MP Rob Clarke speaks to reporters following a caucus meeting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on November 30, 2011. There are a couple of national discussions that few governments want to risk political capital to wade into - one is the ...

Mentioned by 570 News Aboriginal MP sees controversial bill to change Indian Act become law Conservative MP Rob Clarke speaks to reporters following a caucus meeting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on November 30, 2011. There are a couple of national discussions that few governments want to risk political capital to wade into - one is the ...

Mentioned by MetroNews Canada Aboriginal MP Rob Clarke's bill on replacing the Indian Act becomes law OTTAWA – There are a couple of national discussions that few governments want to risk political capital to wade into — one is the Constitution, the other is the Indian Act. Conservative MP Rob Clarke decided he'd dip his toe into the latter three years ago with ...

Mentioned by Huffington Post Canada Aboriginal MP Rob Clarke Sees Controversial Bill To Amend Indian Act Become ... OTTAWA - There are a couple of national discussions that few governments want to risk political capital to wade into — one is the Constitution, the other is the Indian Act. Conservative MP Rob Clarke decided he'd dip his toe into the latter three years ago with ...

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, Canada's economy is ranked among the best in the world, despite weathering a global economic crisis. Our government has worked tirelessly to ensure that ...

Spoke in the House on Yukon and Nunavut Regulatory Improvement Act Mr. Speaker, I want to make a couple of points on what the member commented about. Being am first nations, I realize what duty to consult ...

Spoke at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development committee on Access to Capital and Departmental Expenditures and Operations 2014-15 I'm glad our Chair remembered the format. Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you, Minister, for attending. Minister, I'm seeing that $38.2 million has been set aside ...

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Mr. Speaker, Canadians are concerned about the protection of our national security. Too often, the collective instinct is to under-react to these threats. While I do ...

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Mr. Speaker, yesterday the House debated the common sense firearms licensing act. These measures, introduced by our Conservative government, represent the first change to improve the ...

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, I am proud to stand in the House today and say that every single family with children under 18 of my riding of Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill ...

More than three months ago

Mentioned by CBC.ca Sask. MP Rob Clarke describes 'chaos' in caucus room during Ottawa attack Saskatchewan MP Rob Clarke says at first, as shots rang out in the Centre Block of Parliament Hill, it was chaos in the caucus room. "My first instinct was, oh no, it's happening here," Clarke told Blue Sky host Garth Materie. Clarke, was the RCMP Sergeant on ...

Spoke at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development committee on Subject Matter of Wills and Estates Thank you to the witnesses for coming in today to talk about wills and estates and also about the Indian Act. Just to spin off what ...

Spoke at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development committee on Subject Matter of Wills and Estates It would be the Queen's Bench for any jurisdiction. Now just to segue, we're looking at the Indian Act and at how wills and estates affect ...

Spoke at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development committee on Bill C-15, An Act to replace the Northwest Territories Act to implement ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you to the witnesses for coming in. Where to start? I have a couple of questions here, first of all in ...

Spoke at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development committee on Bill C-15, Northwest Territories Devolution Act Thank you Mr. Chair. Thank you to the minister for coming in today. Minister, I have a couple questions here. I'm hearing from the opposition, from ...

Spoke at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development committee on Bill C-9, An Act respecting the election and term of office of ... Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thank you to the witnesses for coming. Grand Chief Nepinak, with my RCMP background, I had to investigate a lot of ...

Spoke at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development committee on Bill C-9, An Act respecting the election and term of office of ... Thank you, Minister, for coming in today. I'd like to play a little scenario before you from my past experience. I lived and worked on reserves ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-428 An Act to amend the Indian Act (publication of by-laws) and to provide for its replacement