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  • His favourite word is veteran.

Conservative MP for Banff—Airdrie (Alberta)

Won his last election, in 2021, with 57% of the vote.

This week

Voted Yes on Vote #230 on Bill C-29 Provide for the establishment of a national council for reconciliation

Voted Yes on Vote #228 on Bill C-288 Amend the Telecommunications Act (transparent and accurate broadband services information)

Voted Yes on Vote #229 on Bill C-294 Amend the Copyright Act (interoperability)

Posted on Twitter Stay connected with everything we are doing in the community, the House of Commons , and the issues we are fighting… https://t.co/njY9KOmplp

Voted No on Vote #224 on Bill C-29 Provide for the establishment of a national council for reconciliation

Voted Yes on Vote #225 on Bill C-29 Provide for the establishment of a national council for reconciliation

Posted on Twitter But, according to the very same Justin Trudeau, in Canada protestors should be met with the Emergencies Act and hav… https://t.co/PCeauZVCeP

A week ago

Posted on Twitter 2 years ago, Seamus O’Regan needed Military Assistance to handle a Newfoundland Snowstorm, but today he’s sick of h… https://t.co/cAdY9AAlMD

Posted on Twitter @NeilBristol1 @nationalpost I will keep on it, this is absolutely appalling.

Posted on Twitter Veterans are calling Veterans’ Affairs asking for help with mental health struggles and are instead being encourage… https://t.co/Dfwv8jyaiu

Two weeks ago

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Impact of the New Rehabilitation Contract Awarded by the Department of Veterans ... Thank you. I appreciate your testimony today. It's evident how much you care. We're hearing that there are a lot more questions than we have answers ...

Posted on Twitter While we’re calling for the removal of the Carbon Tax to help with affordability in this overspent economy, listen… https://t.co/OS81bNncYg

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to falconry services obtained or used by the government since 2016, broken down by department or agency: (a) what are the details of all ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Impact of the New Rehabilitation Contract Awarded by the Department of Veterans ... I'm sorry, but I have to cut you off, because I don't have a lot of time to use here. You've given me a sense of ...

A month ago

Spoke in the House on Committees of the House Mr. Speaker, I move that the first report of the Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs, presented to the House on Tuesday, March 1, be concurred in. ...

Spoke in the House on Veterans' Week Mr. Speaker, 66,349 is the number of Canadians who laid down their lives during the First World War. The number of Canadians who made the ultimate ...

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, people in my part of Alberta were just hit with five inches of snow, and more is on the way. Winter is coming, and ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Department of Veterans Affairs’ Current Policies Regarding Medical Assistance in Dying and ... Thank you. Here's what we know. There was a veteran who came to Veterans Affairs seeking help for injuries and trauma that he was dealing with ...

Two months ago

Spoke at the Public Accounts committee on Report 2, Processing Disability Benefits for Veterans, of the 2022 Reports 1 ... Thanks, Mr. Chair. In addition to this audit, which showed appalling service levels, just in the last few months we've had a number of other reports. ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Department of Veterans Affairs’ Current Policies Regarding Medical Assistance in Dying and ... Thank you. Thank you for your remarks, Minister. As the new shadow minister for the veterans affairs file, I want to say what I've said to ...

Spoke in the House on Cost of Living Relief Act, No. 1 Mr. Speaker, I used to serve as a volunteer firefighter in my community. However, one does not need to be a firefighter to know that one ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Government's Obligations to Victims of Crime First of all, thank you very much for being here today. I know this cannot be easy for you, much like everything you have to do ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Government's Obligations to Victims of Crime Thanks, Mr. Chair. I'll start with you, Ms. Arsenault. First of all, let me say—I know it's been said, but it can't be said enough—thank you ...

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, Winston Churchill once said that trying to tax your nation into prosperity is like trying to stand in a bucket and pull yourself up ...

Spoke in the House on Adopt-a-Grad Foundation of Canada Mr. Speaker, I stand to recognize Mike and Lori Reist, the co-founders of Adopt-a-Grad Foundation of Canada. Initially known as “Project Jack & Jill”, the charity ...

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, the apple does not fall far from the tree. The last time inflation was this high, the Prime Minister’s father was in office. A ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Government's Obligations to Victims of Crime Thank you. I'm going to start with Ms. Kaulius, and maybe Ms. Lucier, as well. You both made statements that really struck me. I've heard statements ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-309 An Act to amend the Criminal code (concealment of identity)