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  • His favourite word is money.

Conservative MP for Bow River (Alberta)

Won his last election, in 2021, with 70% of the vote.

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter The new trend seems to be 'ethically sourced' products ranging from coffee to clothing to food. Despite Canada havi… https://t.co/LY2cF9doTs

Two days ago

Voted No on Vote #5 on Bill C-2

Posted on Twitter Yesterday, the Conservative caucus called for a unanimous consent motion in order to pass Bill C-4, the bill to ban… https://t.co/ZRHJo0FG6G

Posted on Twitter Ministers are taking questions from their offices! It's clear this government is avoiding accountability and scruti… https://t.co/MZhSvQJazX

Three days ago

Voted No on Vote #4 Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne (subamendment)

Posted on Twitter This isn’t a Little Potato problem… it’s a big one! #cdnpoli https://t.co/FiycE4TbsT

Posted on Twitter Today the Conservative Caucus put forth a unanimous consent motion in the 44th Parliament in favour of #BillC4 to b… https://t.co/iB0Q055cW6

Posted on Twitter The federal government believes money literally grows on trees. Spending increases has led to inflated prices, even… https://t.co/xR7uZEiuMU

This week

Spoke in the House on An Act to Provide Further Support in Response to COVID-19 Mr. Speaker, I have worked with the the hon. member from New Brunswick in the past on committee. I found him extremely reasonable when working and ...

A week ago

Voted No on Vote #1 Motion for closure

Voted Yes on Vote #2 Government Business No. 1 (Order respecting the business of the House and its committees) (amendment)

Voted No on Vote #3 Government Business No. 1 (Order respecting the business of the House and its committees)

More than three months ago

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Funding to locate the remains of Indigenous children buried on the grounds ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you to the department officials for being here with us today on this very important topic. I have a couple of ...

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to the planning of the government’s announcement on April 29, 2021, about the launch of an independent external comprehensive review of the Department of ...

Spoke in the House on Health Mr. Speaker, the COVID-19 testing and screening expert advisory panel has officially recommended doing away with the failed Liberal hotel quarantine policy. Instead, the Liberals increased ...

Spoke in the House on Petitions Mr. Speaker, I have three petitions to present to the House today. These petitions have been presented from travel agents across Canada, particularly from my riding. ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Bill C-10 Thank you, Mr. Chair. I appreciate Mr. Champoux's intervention and his opinions. One of the things that he got from Mr. Ripley was the position that, ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Bill C-10 Thank you, Mr. Chair. I appreciate the conversation. A couple of things come to mind. Recently, the CRTC was in the news when they said that ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Bill C-10 Thank you. One of the things we were talking about that came up from the people from the department was the monetary number, the millions, or ...

Spoke in the House on Health Madam Speaker, it is great to be in the House, as always. I want to talk about doctors in Canada. I have a tremendous doctor in ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Bill C-10 That's fine. Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'm going way back in the conversation to when we started. Mr. Chair, you suggested we could ask other colleagues ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Bill C-10 Thank you. Again, I appreciate Mr. Manly in the sense of bringing what he believes is a sense of compromise to deal with some of the ...

Spoke in the House on Canadian Heritage Madam Speaker, tonight I will talk a little about Bill C-10. We have talked about free speech and net neutrality. There have been a lot of ...

Spoke in the House on Government Accountability Mr. Speaker, it is no secret the government lacks accountability. Last week, we learned that third party consultation fees cost $1.3 billion more than an earlier ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Bill C-10 Thank you, Mr. Chair. I appreciate that. There was a comment made earlier in the meeting that if we had just not said anything different when ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Bill C-10 Thank you. Just one more time, Mr. Champoux, I appreciate the discussion on your particular point. One of the concerns I have is that maybe the ...

Spoke in the House on Canadian Heritage Madam Speaker, heritage department memos reveal that Bill C-10 has the potential to grant the CRTC regulatory powers to affect online services, including sports streaming, news ...