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Conservative MP for Yorkton—Melville (Saskatchewan)

Won her last election, in 2015, with 59% of the vote.

A month ago

Didn't vote on Vote #342 on Bill C-311 Amend the Holidays Act (Remembrance Day)

Voted Yes on Vote #349 on Bill C-23 Respecting the preclearance of persons and goods in Canada and the United States

Voted Yes on Vote #348 on Bill C-25 Amend the Canada Business Corporations Act, the Canada Cooperatives Act, the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act, ...

Voted Yes on Vote #347 on Bill C-25 Amend the Canada Business Corporations Act, the Canada Cooperatives Act, the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act, ...

Voted Yes on Vote #346 on Bill S-3 Amend the Indian Act (elimination of sex-based inequities in registration)

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, listen to this capability gap. In October, the Liberals invited veterans from the Somalian and Afghanistan wars to give heart-wrenching testimony about side effects ...

Spoke in the House on Petitions Mr. Speaker, I have three petitions to present this morning on behalf of law-abiding target shooters, hunters, trappers, farmers, and collectors who feel that they are ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Comparative Study of Services to Veterans in Other Jurisdictions Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you so much for being here with us today. This is very helpful. I would like to ask Paul Kingham a ...

Spoke in the House on Criminal Code Madam Speaker, on June 5 the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada introduced Bill C-51, An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Comparative Study of Services to Veterans in Other Jurisdictions Thank you very much. I really appreciate the opportunity to talk about things with you today. I would be remiss if I didn't bring up the ...

Mentioned by Yorkton This Week Local Mp looks for input Cathay Wagantall, Member of Parliament (Yorkton-Melville), is encouraging individuals and groups with proposals to improve accessibility and/or safety for people with disabilities to review the Enabling Accessibility in Workplaces and Communities Program.

Spoke in the House on Petitions Mr. Speaker, today I am standing up on behalf of target shooters, hunters, trappers, farmers, and collectors who are calling on the Minister of Public Safety ...

Two months ago

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, two weeks ago I asked the Minister of National Defence what he was going to be doing to care for those who are suffering ...

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, over the last nine months, the veterans affairs committee has heard gut-wrenching, heartbreaking testimony from many of our veterans who are suffering from the ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Among Veterans and Comparative Study of Services ... Okay. I'll try to do this quickly. This is an issue that is very important to our veterans, so I want to just carry on a ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Among Veterans and Comparative Study of Services ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thanks so much for being with us today. You mentioned the responsibilities of your mandate. One of them was investigations in regard ...

Spoke in the House on Cannabis Act Mr. Speaker, the Liberal government recently introduced Bill C-45, which aims to provide legal access to recreational cannabis and to control and regulate its production, distribution, ...

Spoke in the House on Petitions Mr. Speaker, I am honoured and pleased today to stand with the petition I am presenting on behalf of law-abiding target shooters, hunters, trappers, farmers, and ...

Three months ago

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Comparative Study of Services to Veterans in Other Jurisdictions Thank you very much, sir, for being here. I've heard a lot today about standards, and that's so key to ensuring that what we're giving to ...

More than three months ago

Spoke at the Subcommittee on International Human Rights committee on Human Rights Situation in South Sudan Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you for your testimony. This is my first time attending this committee, and it is very sobering. Thank you. My first ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Among Veterans Thank you, Chair. Thank you very much for being here today. I was reading the news release from December 2014 in regard to the announcement about ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Among Veterans Thank you. I want to thank you all for your service. I know we say this in Canada, and I love this country as well, and ...

Mentioned by Kamsack Times Yorkton-Melville MP visits Kamsack facilities Cathay Wagantall, left, the Yorkton-Melville MP, was in Kamsack last week to look at the community's facilities and to determine how the federal government might be able to assist. She was photographed at the Assiniboine Valley Medical Centre on ...

Mentioned by The Catholic Register Father vows to keep fighting after Molly and Cassie's law defeated Conservative MP Cathay Wagantall's private member's Bill C-225, which would have made it an additional criminal offense to injure or kill an unborn child while committing a crime against his or her mother, was defeated on second reading in the House of ...

Mentioned by B.C. Catholic Newspaper Cassie and Molly's Law is about choice Conservative MP Cathay Wagantall's private member's bill, also known as Cassie and Molly's Law, came up for its second and final hour of debate in the House of Commons Oct. 17. It would make it an additional criminal offense to harm or kill an unborn ...

Mentioned by Preeceville and the Sturgis Review MP meets Endeavour council Cathay Wagantall, the Yorkton-Melville MP, and Sgt. Greg Smith met with the Endeavour council on August 19. Wagantall held a discussion with the council members regarding infrastructure funding, hospital service, policing and other concerns of the village.

Mentioned by The Catholic Register Poll shows Canadians favour criminal charges for intentionally harming fetus Cathay Wagantall, a member of parliament from Yorkton-Melville in Saskatchewan, commissioned a Nanos poll to test support for her private member's bill C-225 Cassie and Molly's Law introduced in February. Photo/Public Domain Pictures ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-225 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (injuring or causing the death of a preborn child while committing an offence)