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Conservative MP for Edmonton Riverbend (Alberta)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 50% of the vote.

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter @ehyshka @ehyshka Thanks for letting me know about this, Elaine. I’ll ask the clinic to remove it tomorrow first thing. Again, my apologies.

This week

Posted on Twitter @mike_vecchio @karen_vecchio @gretapodleski @ParksideCI Nice, Mike! Feel free to pack @karen_vecchio suitcase with… https://t.co/gFr0EFhP3z

Posted on Twitter Disappointing news for both Edmonton & Calgary to not be included on the #AmazonHQ2 short list, but proud of the ef… https://t.co/ui14VqvL2u

Two weeks ago

Posted on Twitter New Windermere/Ambleside snowbank rink is now officially open. #yeg https://t.co/Y4dxiqT4N5

A month ago

Mentioned by Hill Times Trudeau voted most valuable politician in 2017, Morneau ranked top news story in 21st Annual All Politics Poll: Best ... Conservative MP Matt Jeneroux, the party's science critic, was voted top up-and-comer, edging Liberal MP and Mr. Morneau's finance undersecretary Joël Lightbound. Mr. Jeneroux, whose strength is outreach with stakeholders, said he was “humbled” but had ...

Posted on Twitter “More than a quarter of Canadian firms could move part of their operations to the United States amid uncertainty ov… https://t.co/feKhVk284Y

Voted No on Vote #435 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Posted on Twitter Over 2900 girls across Canada are participating in this year's #hackathon. Thanks @thehackergals and @barrickgold f… https://t.co/pZYGi100ud

Voted No on Vote #434 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Voted Yes on Vote #433 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Two months ago

Spoke in the House on Government Appointments Mr. Speaker, the government has set a new record for appointment backlogs. Stuck in the staggering pile of 594 vacant or expired appointments are 12 of ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Statutory Review of An Act to Promote the Efficiency and Adaptability of ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. In your comments on page 4, you mentioned that what you're hearing is that they are looking to Canada for leadership on ...

Spoke in the House on An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Châteauguay—Lacolle Madam Speaker, I was on the fence about whether to support this bill, but after that speech, how can we not? I believe the member has ...

Voted No on Vote #432 on Bill C-58 Amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act and to make consequential amendments ...

Spoke in the House on Innovation, Science and Economic Development Mr. Speaker, Bell and several other media conglomerates have announced a proposal to create a mandatory blocking system for websites that they have arbitrarily determined are ...

Voted No on Vote #431 on Bill C-58 Amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act and to make consequential amendments ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Supplementary Estimates (B) 2017-18: Vote 5b under Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Votes ... I have a generous three minutes, I assume, Mr. Chair. Quickly, Minister, you talk about the funding for the granting councils; however, there was no new ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Supplementary Estimates (B) 2017-18: Vote 5b under Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Votes ... Great, thank you. Thank you, Minister, for being here. I'm going to throw a bunch of questions at you, and hopefully you can answer them all ...

Spoke in the House on Homelessness Madam Speaker, I want to start by commending the member for bringing forward this motion. It is a well-thought-out motion, and it is something that I ...

Spoke in the House on Marijuana Madam Speaker, since the summertime, my office has been flooded continually with concerns regarding the government's marijuana legislation. Among their many concerns, my constituents are especially ...

Spoke in the House on Science Madam Speaker, Canada's fundamental science review was delivered to the Liberal government over seven months ago. The Naylor report review outlines 35 recommendations. When asked about ...

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to the appointment of Dr. Mona Nemer as the Chief Science Advisor: (a) how many candidates were considered for the position; (b) how many ...

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Privacy Mr. Speaker, recently, the Prime Minister was in Toronto with Google to announce the construction of a high-tech neighbourhood. The Google experiment will use data gained ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Statutory Review of An Act to Promote the Efficiency and Adaptability of ... Sure. You mentioned that the website includes mobile protection, a tool box, a quiz, FAQs, and infographics. You said that a number of people visit the ...

Mentioned by MorinvilleNews.com UCP says federal and provincial policies negatively impacting Alberta's Restaurant Industry On the eve of their party's leadership vote, UCP interim leader Nathan Cooper was joined by Matt Jeneroux, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Riverbend and co-chair of the Alberta Jobs Taskforce and representatives from Restaurants Canada in Edmonton ...

Mentioned by Edmonton Journal Heated debate erupts over supervised injection sites in southwest Edmonton Matt Jeneroux, MP for Edmonton-Riverbend, addresses those gathered at Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour School at 3815 Allan Dr. SW on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, during a forum to discuss opposition to supervised injection sites in Edmonton, Alta. Claire Theobald ...

Mentioned by Globalnews.ca Restaurant industry, conservative politicians to address cost of business in Alberta Matt Jeneroux, Conservative MP for Edmonton Riverbend and co-chair of the Alberta jobs taskforce, and Nathan Cooper, interim leader of the United Conservative Party, will hold a news conference with Restaurants Canada, a national, not-for-profit ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Statutory Review of An Act to Promote the Efficiency and Adaptability of ... It's a quick five minutes, and I'm eating up my own time here anyway. I want to talk to all of you about the cost to ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Statutory Review of An Act to Promote the Efficiency and Adaptability of ... Perfect. Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you all for being here today. Ms. Morin and Ms. Carter, I want to pick up on something that you ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Statutory Review of An Act to Promote the Efficiency and Adaptability of ... Thank you. Thank you, guys, for being here today. It's an important topic. I know that taking time out of your day is also challenging, so ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Statutory Review of An Act to Promote the Efficiency and Adaptability of ... Thank you, everybody, for coming today and to your staff who are here for helping to prepare for today. I know it's a lot of work. ...

More than three months ago

Mentioned by Edmonton Sun Three Edmonton-area Conservative MPs named to new shadow cabinet A trio of Conservative Party MPs from Edmonton and northern Alberta have been appointed to party leader Andrew Scheer's new shadow cabinet. Edmonton Riverbend MP Matt Jeneroux will serve as critic for science in the Official Opposition, while ...

Mentioned by Edmonton Sun Three Edmonton-area Conservative MPs named to new shadow cabinet A trio of Conservative Party MPs from Edmonton and northern Alberta have been appointed to party leader Andrew Scheer's new shadow cabinet. Edmonton Riverbend MP Matt Jeneroux will serve as critic for science in the Official Opposition, while ...