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  • His favourite word is steel.

Independent MP for Regina—Lewvan (Saskatchewan)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 35% of the vote.

A week ago

Spoke in the House on Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership Implementation Act Mr. Speaker, the government has been trumpeting the fact that the new USMCA does not contain investor-state dispute provisions. However, we have the government trying to ...

Spoke in the House on International Trade Mr. Speaker, this morning, Statistics Canada reported that our country has lost 24,000 manufacturing jobs over the past year. Among the factors depressing Canadian manufacturing employment ...

Posted on Twitter This morning, Statistics Canada reported we lost 24,000 manufacturing jobs over the past year. US tariffs on steel… https://t.co/i1mevKVwFy

Voted No on Vote #896 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

Voted Yes on Vote #895 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

Voted Yes on Vote #894 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

Voted No on Vote #893 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

Didn't vote on Vote #892 Motion to proceed to Orders of the Day

Mentioned by Hill Times Saskatchewan NDP riding associations frustrated with party's lack of communication: internal document Months later, that frustration hasn't subsided, say some association members, though others see greater fault in the reaction from provincial players who won't let the party move past the leader's decision to expel from caucus Regina-area MP Erin Weir ...

Posted on Twitter @InklessPW @ElizabethMay And @cafreeland just highlighted these points in her first #QP answer.

Posted on Twitter @acoyne No, we need to face the MUSAC!

Two weeks ago

Posted on Twitter @InklessPW Although I am no longer seated beside @ElizabethMay, I share her view that removing investor-state and p… https://t.co/EzyRccB7Bz

Posted on Twitter Scheer retrospectively positing the end of longstanding Buy America policies as the litmus test for a renegotiated… https://t.co/0bwiVdT1UN

Spoke in the House on Finance Mr. Speaker, yesterday Statistics Canada reported that average weekly earnings dropped by 0.4% nationally and by a a full percentage point in Saskatchewan, which is now ...

Posted on Twitter From today’s #QP: https://t.co/HbM2fdHPr3 When will this government enact a federal minimum wage of at least $15 p… https://t.co/CZmLiBT7q4

Spoke in the House on The Environment Mr. Speaker, when the government nationalized the Trans Mountain pipeline in May, I asked whether the new Crown corporation would honour the existing contract to buy ...

Three weeks ago

Mentioned by Saskatoon StarPhoenix Former Weir campaign volunteer 'disappointed' by MPs actions She was one of roughly 30 volunteers, employees and constituents living in Weir's riding who say they are “disgusted by Erin Weir's behaviour,” in a letter attached to a petition calling for the MP's resignation. Many of the signees self-identify as ...

Mentioned by Calgary Herald Andrew Coyne: MPs wouldn't need to cross the floor if a party leader wasn't all powerful That age-old issue is once again in play, with the expulsion of one MP, the NDP's Erin Weir, from his caucus and the departure of another, Liberal Leona Alleslev, from hers. So far as MPs are elected as individuals, they should presumably be free to ...

Mentioned by Montreal Gazette Coyne: MPs wouldn't need to cross the floor if a party leader wasn't all powerful That age-old issue is once again in play, with the expulsion of one MP, the NDP's Erin Weir, from his caucus and the departure of another, Liberal Leona Alleslev, from hers. So far as MPs are elected as individuals, they should presumably be free to ...

Mentioned by National Post Andrew Coyne: MPs wouldn't need to cross the floor if a party leader wasn't all powerful That age-old issue is once again in play, with the expulsion of one MP, the NDP's Erin Weir, from his caucus and the departure of another, Liberal Leona Alleslev, from hers. So far as MPs are elected as individuals, they should presumably be free to ...

Mentioned by MTL News Erin Weir asking for exterior physique to overview harassment investigation OTTAWA — Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir says he wants an external appeal of the harassment investigation about him earlier this year, arguing he was not afforded due process. Weir is requesting an outside authority such as the House of Commons human ...

Spoke in the House on Carbon Pricing Mr. Speaker, in June, I had the honour of asking the last question before Parliament adjourned for the summer. I asked how the government would ensure ...

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Carbon Pricing Mr. Speaker, the federal government has repeatedly stated that provinces will keep their revenues from carbon pricing. However, next year is a renewal of equalization. If ...

Spoke in the House on Impact Assessment Act Mr. Speaker, the CCF agrees to apply and will vote no.

Spoke in the House on Youth Action Now Madam Speaker, we were saddened last week to learn that Paul Dewar, the former MP for Ottawa Centre, has terminal cancer. I met Paul in 2005, ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business Thanks. I'd like to explore the link between aboriginal procurement and the delivery of services in aboriginal communities. The current federal government policy has mandatory set-asides ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in Federal Procurement Okay. Something that is sometimes required in government procurement is that the supplier has some history of already having sold to governments, or perhaps even that ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in Federal Procurement Okay. There have been some major IT projects in the federal government that haven't gone very well—the Phoenix pay system, Shared Services, the Canada.ca initiative—and one ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in Federal Procurement Thanks very much. Our fearless analysts have called our attention to a recent OECD study, which found that Canada has quite a high rate of small ...

Spoke at the Information & Ethics committee on Privacy of Canadians at Airports, Borders and Travelling in the United States ... I'm struck by the fact that the credit monitoring industry does not seem to be very competitive. You mentioned three major companies in the United States ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business Thanks very much. As I think everyone knows, the federal government is splitting INAC into two different departments: Crown-Indigenous Relations on the one hand, and Indigenous ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Phoenix Payroll System, Supplementary Estimates (B) 2017-18: Vote 1b under Canadian Transportation ... Thanks. I'd like to reinforce something that Mr. McCauley said about the frustration that we have as MPs in not having tools to help constituents with ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business That's quite an interesting point from a government operations perspective. Certainly, it's a question of whether we are viewing first nations procurement as part of meeting ...