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  • His favourite word is justice.

Conservative MP for St. Albert—Edmonton (Alberta)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 45% of the vote.

A week ago

Posted on Twitter Great to be joined by Dale Nally, Associate Minister of Natural Gas as our team knocked doors in #StAlbert. Solid s… https://t.co/HXxdH5r3Qs

Two weeks ago

Posted on Twitter At the doors this afternoon in Edmonton-Mill Woods with one of the hardest-working candidates, @TimUppal. Very stro… https://t.co/pALiRLo2Yr

Posted on Twitter At the Tuoi Hac Golden Age Manor. Enjoyed the time I was able to spend with the residents #StAlbert #yeg https://t.co/K7HbRisg5h

Three weeks ago

Posted on Twitter @KayForSTA Thanks for the heads up.

Posted on Twitter Honoured to have the support of Shelly MacInnis-Wynn. I’m always inspired by her strength & tireless advocacy for c… https://t.co/6cTRdLCifk

Two months ago

Posted on Twitter Thanks to everyone who stopped by for a burger at my #StAlbert BBQ & all the volunteers who helped make it a succes… https://t.co/oTQ2ruLWZ9

More than three months ago

Didn't vote on Vote #1379 on Bill C-75 Amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make ...

Didn't vote on Vote #1378 on Bill C-75 Amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make ...

Didn't vote on Vote #1377 Private Members' Business M-173 (Diabetes Awareness Month)

Didn't vote on Vote #1376 on Bill C-331 Amend the Federal Courts Act (international promotion and protection of human rights)

Didn't vote on Vote #1375 Ways and Means motion No. 34

Spoke at the Justice committee on Online Hate Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you, Ms. Austin. It's good to see you. I would be interested in your comments from Twitter's perspective on some of ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Online Hate Right. I thank you for that, and I take your point and appreciate that you might not want to give an opinion on Mr. Warman. I ...

Spoke in the House on Criminal Records Act Madam Speaker, I rise to speak to Bill C-93, an act that would provide for the possibility of a record suspension for a conviction in relation ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Online Hate Thank you, Mr. Chair. First of all, Mr. Suri, I take great umbrage with your defamatory comments to try to link conservatism with violent and extremist ...

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns. With regard to Bill C-337, Judicial Accountability through Sexual Assault Law Training Act: did anyone in the Office of the Prime Minister, the Office of Leader ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Online Hate In that vein, we've seen examples from Antifa, for example, which has expressly incited violence. Social media platforms have refused to take that content down, so ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Criminalization of Non-Disclosure of HIV Status Right, but I'm trying to understand situations where someone did not transmit but they engaged in very blameworthy conduct, whether it be a failure to comply ...

Spoke in the House on (topic unknown) Madam Chair, in the Krieger decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, the court said “...It is a constitutional principle that the Attorneys General of this ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Online Hate I call the meeting back to order. We are going to begin with our next panel. I want to welcome the next panel to the justice ...

Spoke in the House on Criminal Code Mr. Speaker, the Minister of Justice is quite right that there is widespread consensus, and he is also right that a lot of good work was ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Criminalization of Non-Disclosure of HIV Status Thank you, Mr. Chair. One item that I would like to bring up is something that arose from the PROC committee. At PROC, a request was ...

Spoke in the House on Criminal Records Act Madam Speaker, I will be splitting my time with the hon. member for Beauport—Côte-de-Beaupré—Île d'Orléans—Charlevoix. I rise today to speak to Bill C-93, an act that ...

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to the testimony from the former Attorney General at the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights that Katie Telford, the Chief of Staff ...

Spoke in the House on Human Rights Mr. Speaker, this week, on the steps of the Alberta legislature, there was a disturbing pro-communist rally. The legacy of communism includes mass violence, oppression, the ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Subject Matter of Bill C-93, An Act to provide no-cost, expedited record ... Right. In terms of the application process to the Parole Board, you talked about it being quite onerous. We saw, with Bill C-66, passed by the ...

Spoke in the House on Federal Courts Act Mr. Speaker, I rise to speak to Bill C-331, an act to amend the Federal Courts Act, introduced by the hon. member for New Westminster—Burnaby. The ...

Mentioned by BlackburnNews.com Federal Bill C-75 to reclassify some crimes Federal justice committee member and MP Michael Cooper is concerned that bill C-75 is expected to soon receive third and final reading. He said it would reclassify over 100 solely indictable offences, making them hybrid offences that in some cases ...

Mentioned by St. Albert Gazette Cooper slams Liberal fiscal update St. Albert-Edmonton MP Michael Cooper is calling the federal Liberal government's tax cuts “too little too late,” after the release of the most recent fiscal update. On Tuesday, the Liberal government released a fiscal update, unveiling measures aimed ...

Mentioned by St. Albert Gazette Cooper wants more jury support St. Albert-Edmonton MP Michael Cooper is introducing a bill to help improve the mental health of people who serve on juries. Cooper introduced a private members bill last Thursday that would allow jurors who are traumatized by evidence they see at ...

Mentioned by Yahoo News Canada (blog) Tories, NDP, push bill that would improve mental-health support for jurors Conservative deputy justice critic Michael Cooper says people who sit through gruesome trials and who suffer stress, anxiety and even post-traumatic stress disorder should be able to seek help from mental-health professionals. The Alberta MP said the ...

Mentioned by National Observer Tories, NDP, push bill that would improve mental-health support for jurors Federal opposition parties have joined forces to support a private member's bill aimed at improving mental-health support for jurors traumatized by the evidence they see during trials. Conservative deputy justice critic Michael Cooper says people who ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Ex-juror suffering from PTSD applauds bill to allow discussion with mental health services This week Conservative MP Michael Cooper introduced a bill that would amend the Criminal Code to allow jurors to discuss aspects of trial deliberation with a medical clinician. The bill would amend Section 649, which prohibits jurors from disclosing ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-417 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (disclosure of information by jurors)