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Conservative MP for Carleton (Ontario)

Won his last election, in 2021, with 50% of the vote.

Today

Posted on Twitter https://t.co/ZnqHplJPNn

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter COVID has become a never-ending excuse for power-hungry authorities to replace our freedom with their control. En… https://t.co/bLpXgwz9EW

Two days ago

Posted on Twitter "Lack of action on supply chain will make 'empty shelves the norm,' say Conservatives" https://t.co/8EZMtrHl6r

Three days ago

Posted on Twitter Trudeau’s vaccine vendetta is emptying grocery shelves and ballooning food prices. He thinks it’s #JustinFlation… https://t.co/MNJTCzIc4V

Posted on Twitter "Poilievre uses Twitter as a hammer to bang out truth" https://t.co/CqhaidG3Of

Posted on Twitter Conservatives move into the lead as Trudeau faces backlash for ballooning inflation. #JustinFlation https://t.co/ciwAKrq1JP

A week ago

Spoke at the Finance committee on Meeting Requested by Four Members of the Committee to Discuss Canada’s Housing ... Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. Welcome back and happy new year. I, along with the Conservative members of the committee, joined with Monsieur Gabriel Ste-Marie ...

A month ago

Spoke at the Finance committee on Committee Business A number of questions have come forward. Mr. Baker asked a question and I think Gabriel gave a good answer. Yes, the principle is that the ...

Spoke in the House on Government Business No. 4—An Act to Provide Further Support in Response to COVID-19 Mr. Speaker, yesterday we learned that Canada's inflation rate is at its highest point in 30 years and that the 4.7% inflation rate is growing about ...

Spoke in the House on Indigenous Affairs Mr. Speaker, on the same point of order, I note that the whip seems to have impaired one of his ministers, who was not here in ...

Spoke in the House on Housing Mr. Speaker, I refer to the $100 billion of new and unnecessary spending as a slush fund. That is $6,600 in new costs for every single ...

Voted No on Vote #18 on Bill C-2

Spoke in the House on Housing Mr. Speaker, asked about the $120,000 year-over-year increase in housing prices, the top economists for The Canadian Real Estate Association say this is the biggest gain ...

Voted No on Vote #17 Ways and means motion No. 1

Spoke in the House on Economic and Fiscal Update 2021 Mr. Speaker, I guess with all the money-printing deficits, the Liberals did not have enough paper left to print these documents. I want to thank the ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Bill C-2 Ms. Hogan ironically said that stopping audits would not be a good idea when she was asked about small businesses being audited, and now she's stopping ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Bill C-2 I think we're seeing the result of the government trying to ram this legislation through. They shut the place down for six months to call an ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, when the finance minister told committee that she did not know how much debt was in Canada or how much a 1% increase in ...

Voted Yes on Vote #16 Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne (amendment)

Two months ago

Spoke at the Finance committee on Bill C-2 Right. I agree. Let's talk about that, then. I want to thank the chair for reaching out to the Auditor General. I have to say that ...

Spoke in the House on Instruction to Committee on Bill C-2 moved: “That it be an instruction to the Standing Committee on Finance that it have the power to divide Bill C-2, an act to provide further ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Bill C-2 It really is. You mentioned that people want more space, but even condos are up by 15% in inner cities. Those prices are up as well. ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Bill C-2 I thank Ms. Dzerowicz for asking the question. We, over here, actually answer questions, so we were happy to provide you with that answer. Of course, ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, all the other so-called experts have given up on the term “transitory inflation”, yet the Associate Minister of Finance is trying to resurrect it ...

Voted Yes on Vote #10 on Bill C-3

Voted Yes on Vote #11 Opposition Motion (Housing supply)

Spoke at the Finance committee on Bill C-2 Thank you. Back on the sickness benefit, if in a post-payment verification an official goes to a claimant and asks for a doctor's note and the ...

More than three months ago

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-395 An Act to amend the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act

Introduced legislation Government bill C-50 An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act

Introduced legislation Government bill C-23 An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act and other Acts and to make consequential amendments to certain Acts