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  • His favourite word is farmers.

Conservative MP for Grande Prairie—Mackenzie (Alberta)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 73% of the vote.

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter Have these Liberals ever met a tax they didn't like? Services like Netflix might be next for a sales tax! #cdnpoli… https://t.co/x9RFQhOaHk

A week ago

Mentioned by Fairview Post Warkentin renews call for feds to repeal drywall tax Chris Warkentin, Member of Parliament for Grande Prairie–Mackenzie, renewed his call for the Liberals to repeal their harmful drywall tax after the Canadian International Trade Tribunal released its report condemning it. On September 6, 2016, the CBSA ...

Posted on Twitter Activism against natural resource projects is an industry that lives on insatiable demands/confrontation #cdnpoli https://t.co/nq3w5fV7s9

Posted on Twitter The Prime Minister must do better avoiding conflicts of interest, regardless of his existing relationships. #cdnpoli https://t.co/ofWfx9lW9S

Posted on Twitter Leadership isnt punting the ball downfield for 40 years Liberals must follow our plan that reduced debt and cut tax… https://t.co/kcW7AonaoV

Posted on Twitter We need Energy East back on track and moving. These projects get Canadians back to work and boost our economy. https://t.co/fwOf00e3AG

Posted on Twitter The only transparency the Liberals are showing hardworking families is their blatant disregard for fiscal responsib… https://t.co/8Hqwdb3aut

Two weeks ago

Mentioned by Alberta Daily Herald Tribune Warkentin reflects on 2016 One of the most significant political events of 2016 was the Liberal government's decision to break a key election promise by racking up massive deficits, Grande Prairie-Mackenzie MP Chris Warkentin said in a year-end interview. “We saw escalating ...

A month ago

Voted Yes on Vote #183 on Bill C-301 Amend the Income Tax Act and to make a related amendment to another Act (registered ...

Voted Yes on Vote #182 That, in the opinion of the House, the government should recognize the contributions that German-Canadians have made to ...

Voted Yes on Vote #181 on Bill C-306 Establish a Crimean Tatar Deportation (“Sürgünlik”) Memorial Day and to recognize the mass deportation of ...

Voted No on Vote #180 on Bill C-235 Amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (fetal alcohol disorder)

Voted Yes on Vote #179 on Bill C-30 Implement the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union and its ...

Two months ago

Spoke in the House on Ethics Mr. Speaker, the waters continue to muddy around the Prime Minister's cash for access schemes. In trying to defend foreign donations to his family-run foundation from ...

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to privacy breaches since November 4, 2015, broken down by department, agency, crown corporation, or other government entity: (a) how many privacy breaches have ...

Mentioned by Toronto Star Dads on Parliament Hill aim for work-life balance More complicated ideas, such as eliminating Friday sittings, allowing electronic voting and letting MPs take parental leave were left to be considered again sometime down the road. Conservative MP Chris Warkentin said there is no one-size-fits-all ...

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to the Canadian federal electoral reform dialogue hosting guide presented by the Minister of Democratic Institutions to the Sub-Committee on Democratic Reform on July ...

Spoke in the House on Farmers in Peace Country Mr. Speaker, farmers in the Peace Country are some of the hardest working people in this country. During harvest, they start long before the sun rises ...

Spoke in the House on Transportation Mr. Speaker, just minutes ago the transport minister admitted that he did appoint Jim Spatz to the Halifax Port Authority. It was Mr. Spatz from whom ...

Spoke in the House on Canada Labour Code Resign.

Mentioned by Fairview Post Failure to deliver on softwood agreement costly to the Peace according to Warkentin The Liberal Government has failed Peace Country forestry workers and their families,” said Chris Warkentin, Member of Parliament for Grande Prairie – Mackenzie. “Without a new softwood lumber agreement in place, Canadian forestry operations are faced ...

Mentioned by Alberta Daily Herald Tribune MP concerned about possible rail backlog That's why MP for Grande Prairie-Mackenzie Chris Warkentin is concerned farmers may see a similar transportation disaster this year. “Obviously, we had ... Currently, the federal government is conducting the Canada Transportation Act review. However ...

Mentioned by Fairview Post Liberal government imposing costly tariff on drywall says Warkentin Chris Warkentin, Member of Parliament for Grande Prairie – Mackenzie, is worried that this action could make a bad situation far worse. “This new tax is devastating to homebuilders, contractors, prospective home buyers and first time homeowners ...

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Government Expenditures Mr. Speaker, earlier this week, when caught misusing taxpayers dollars, the Prime Minister's friends, Gerry and Katie, said that when they reviewed their expenses, they found ...

Spoke in the House on Income Tax Act Mr. Speaker, I will be splitting my time with my colleague, the member for Carleton, so I ask that members stick around, because I am going ...

Spoke at the Agriculture committee on Next Agricultural Policy Framework Thank you so much. Thank you, gentlemen, for joining us. We certainly appreciate you coming. Obviously, you're the wealth of knowledge that we'll draw from today, ...

Spoke at the Agriculture committee on Bee Health Monitoring in Canada Thank you. Dr. Rutley and Dr. Castillo, it's great to have you here. You're some distance away, but it's close to home for me. I should ...

Spoke at the Agriculture committee on Canada’s Preferential Status under the United States Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA) Thank you. I'm not sure that I need six minutes. I think that my colleagues have summed up the understanding that there's a necessity to move ...

Spoke at the Agriculture committee on Canada’s Preferential Status under the United States Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA) Thank you very much and we certainly appreciate your coming in this afternoon. It was late notice, but we appreciate the fact that you've come and ...

Spoke at the Agriculture committee on Trans-Pacific Partnership Mr. Chair, that's the disturbing thing. We have members across the way saying to just stop talking. It was those same members last committee who were ...

Spoke at the Agriculture committee on Trans-Pacific Partnership Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I certainly appreciate the opportunity to jump in here. Dan, congratulations on your new post. This is the first time I've had ...

Spoke at the Agriculture committee on Canada Transportation Act Review Report To answer the question I was asked from across the way, I would love to have all of the input that I possibly could in terms ...

Spoke at the Agriculture committee on Trans-Pacific Partnership We do have to prioritize things, but I think we have a responsibility to not take over the transportation committee's responsibilities or the trade committee's responsibilities. ...