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  • His favourite word is liberal.

Conservative MP for Edmonton—Wetaskiwin (Alberta)

Won his last election, in 2021, with 56% of the vote.

Yesterday

Didn't vote on Vote #655 Motion to proceed to Orders of the Day

Voted No on Vote #656 on Bill C-35 Respecting early learning and child care in Canada

Two days ago

Voted Yes on Vote #648 Opposition Motion (ArriveCAN)

Voted Yes on Vote #649 on Bill C-354 Amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act (Quebec’s cultural distinctiveness and French-speaking communities)

Voted Yes on Vote #650 on Bill C-321 Amend the Criminal Code (assaults against persons who provide health services and first responders)

Three weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act, 2023 Madam Speaker, the Conservative Party position has consistently been to vehemently oppose a carbon tax, so it is not surprising that we would oppose a carbon ...

A month ago

Spoke in the House on Conservative Party of Canada Mr. Speaker, axe the tax. Build the homes. Fix the budget. Stop the crime. These are twelve words and four straightforward Conservative promises that have Liberal ...

Spoke in the House on Fall Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2023 Madam Speaker, I vote nay.

Three months ago

Spoke at the Subcommittee on International Human Rights committee on Meetings I'm trying to figure this out. For an individual child, in a specific location somewhere in the world, you said that you have a model that's ...

Spoke in the House on Business of Supply Madam Speaker, again, it is against the rules of the House to mislead the House. The hon. member just said that any Canadian making $250,000 or ...

Spoke at the Subcommittee on International Human Rights committee on Meetings Thank you, Mr. Chair. It's a great conversation, but I find that the conversation today is similar to many conversations around disability-inclusive education. We get talking ...

Spoke in the House on Privilege Mr. Speaker, on that point of order, NDP members have stood multiple times now, giving cover to the government. At this point, we do not know ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Madam Speaker, this week, we learned that our Canadian economy shrank by 1.1% in the last quarter, while the U.S. economy grew by 5.2%. When our ...

Spoke at the Subcommittee on International Human Rights committee on Meetings Thank you, Chair. Mr. Simms earlier touched on—it was in a conversation generally about budgets—challenging budgets globally right now with the circumstances we're in. Mr. Simms ...

Spoke at the Subcommittee on International Human Rights committee on Unlawful Transfer of Ukrainian Children to Russia and Meetings Thank you, Mr. Chair. It's Mike Lake speaking, as you mentioned, Chair. My question, with a statement first, is for Tim. I have a son who ...

More than three months ago

Spoke at the Natural Resources committee on Committee Business On a point of order, Mr. Chair, I would suggest that any vote cast by Ms. Kwan while Mr. Angus was in the room should not ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Bill C-20 The point of order, Mr. Chair, respectfully, is that you just accused us of wasting time with what we're doing here. I was on House duty ...

Spoke in the House on Committees of the House Madam Speaker, it has been really interesting to sit in the House today and listen to Liberal speaker after Liberal speaker declaring victory on the housing ...

Spoke in the House on Finance Mr. Speaker, the disastrous Trudeau economic legacy, 14 deficits in 15 years in the 1970s and 1980s, led to untold devastation for Canadian families and massive ...

Posted on Twitter @kgmceachern Both NDP/UCP governments have had challenges on this, like every province. We’re fortunate to have som… https://t.co/pV7QVTbZcu

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Posted on Twitter @lori_bauckman No. I just want the same rules to apply to oil coming TO CANADA from the US, Saudi Arabia, and Niger… https://t.co/so61K3JfDz

Posted on Twitter “When Notley came to power in May 2015, Alberta’s debt was $11.9 billion. The debt grew to $85.9 billion by the tim… https://t.co/CnN4U6Lpbp

Posted on Twitter I've been asking this question of the Liberal government for years now. Glad to see it getting some traction in the… https://t.co/Dk79lNkSAm

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Spoke at the Environment committee on Fossil Fuel Subsidies You can ask for a vote. I have to be gone by 5:30. I'm looking at this and I'm fine with it. It's going to pass. ...

Spoke at the Environment committee on Fossil Fuel Subsidies Thank you, Mr. Chair. Mr. Chair, it's a very strange circumstance that we find ourselves going clause by clause. It's called clause by clause for a ...