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Conservative MP for Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia—Headingley (Manitoba)

Won their last election, in 2019, with 41% of the vote.

Yesterday

Voted Yes on Vote #6 on Bill C-4 Relating to certain measures in response to COVID-19

Two days ago

Voted No on Vote #2 Motion for closure

Voted Yes on Vote #3 Government Business No. 2 (Concurrence in the report of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissionner entitled “Peschisolido ...

Voted Yes on Vote #4 Government Business No. 1 (Proceedings on the bill entitled An Act relating to certain measures in response to ...

Voted No on Vote #5 Government Business No. 1 (Proceedings on the bill entitled An Act relating to certain measures in response to ...

Two months ago

Spoke at the Finance committee on Government spending, WE Charity and the Canada Student Service Grant Sure. Just out of curiosity, do you believe that the WE organization was the only organization in Canada, outside of the public service, that could have ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Government spending, WE Charity and the Canada Student Service Grant Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you, Professor Tassé, for being here today. I found your opening statement just bang on. I think you've covered all of ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Government spending, WE Charity and the Canada Student Service Grant It just seems awfully concerning that all these red flags that you have uncovered were ignored: the board resigning, the bank covenants that you mentioned, the ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Government spending, WE Charity and the Canada Student Service Grant In other words, the Prime Minister announced the program, a $9-billion program, part of which is the Canada summer student benefit, and really had nothing nailed ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Government spending, WE Charity and the Canada Student Service Grant That would be great, as soon as you possibly can. Have you or your intermediaries communicated with the Prime Minister's Office since the contribution agreement was ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Government spending, WE Charity and the Canada Student Service Grant Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'll start with you, Ms. Krause. Boy, from what we've heard so far, it just sounds like such a swamp and a ...

Three months ago

Spoke at the Finance committee on Government’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic I just wanted to circle back to the independent funding mechanism, because I want to get your perspective on this. It's obviously important for you to ...

More than three months ago

Spoke at the Finance committee on Government’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic One thing I'm having trouble reconciling is that you have CMHC, on the one hand, tightening underwriting requirements, and yet through—and I'm not arguing that we ...

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to the Canada Revenue Agency and its research report entitled “Tax Gap: A Brief Overview”, which estimated that the tax gap for the 2014 ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, the government just loves to waste Canadians' money. We have recently learned that the CRA paid over $73,000 to ask a focus group if ...

Spoke in the House on Government Priorities Mr. Speaker, for the last four years the government has blown through its promise of a balanced budget. Liberals told Canadians the budget would balance itself ...

Spoke in the House on Revenue Canada Mr. Speaker, seniors, rural residents and those without Internet have been unable to access the information and the tools they need to file their taxes. The ...

Spoke in the House on Business of Supply Madam Speaker, I am happy to be splitting my time with the member for St. Albert—Edmonton today. I would like to thank my friends in the ...

Spoke in the House on Rail Transportation Mr. Speaker, given that VIA Rail is a Crown corporation, subsidized to the tune of nearly $400 million annually by taxpayers, what has the cost been ...

Spoke in the House on Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act Madam Speaker, I have been hearing a lot of great-sounding words from the government House leader and the member about public confidence, transparency and accountability, but ...

Spoke in the House on Canada Revenue Agency Mr. Speaker, the Canada Revenue Agency revealed in the “Serving Canadians Better” report that 83% of respondents had a service experience that did not meet their ...