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Conservative MP for Calgary Midnapore (Alberta)

Won her last election, a byelection in 2017, with 77% of the vote.

A week ago

Spoke in the House on Homelessness Mr. Speaker, I would like to begin by thanking my colleague for bringing this motion forward and for bringing this important topic to the attention of ...

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister's inaction is threatening to kill the Trans Mountain pipeline project. He has done nothing to de-escalate an all-out trade war between ...

Voted Yes on Vote #453 on Bill C-378 Amend the Department of Veterans Affairs Act (fairness principles)

Voted No on Vote #452 on Bill S-228 Amend the Food and Drugs Act (prohibiting food and beverage marketing directed at children)

Voted Yes on Vote #451 on Bill C-371 Respecting the prevention of radicalization through foreign funding and making related amendments to the Income ...

Spoke at the Status of Women committee on Indigenous Women In The Federal Justice and Correctional Systems Thank you, Madam Chair. Mr. Carroll, I'm wondering if you can expand upon what you mean by “community courts” and what you see as the process ...

Voted Yes on Vote #450 Opposition Motion (Trans Mountain Expansion Project )

Voted No on Vote #449 on Bill C-50 Amend the Canada Elections Act (political financing)

Spoke at the Health committee on Bill S-5 Yes, that makes sense to me. With 29 billion cigarettes sold in 2014, and estimating that that's only 70% of the market, an additional 30% of ...

Spoke at the Health committee on Bill S-5 Thank you. Mr. Chair, I'd like to go on the record as saying that I've never tried smoking a single cigarette. When I was 12, my ...

Two weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, we are on the verge of seeing yet another essential western Canada project face failure thanks to the lack of leadership by the current ...

Spoke at the Status of Women committee on Indigenous Women In The Federal Justice and Correctional Systems I agree. I think about what I would do to defend my family and my children. I would do just about anything. You mentioned that sections ...

Spoke at the Status of Women committee on Indigenous Women In The Federal Justice and Correctional Systems Thank you, Ruth. It sounds, from what you're saying, that it's from both a personal perspective as well as a community perspective. I'm not certain how ...

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, Canada has seen numerous pipeline projects dissolve in the last year, including TransCanada's energy east pipeline, the Mackenzie Valley and the NorthWest LNG project. ...

Spoke in the House on Taxation Madam Speaker, last fall Canadians with type 1 diabetes spoke out about suddenly being denied the disability tax credit. While the government insisted that there had ...

Three weeks ago

Spoke at the Status of Women committee on Indigenous Women In The Federal Justice and Correctional Systems Okay. Pardon me for trying to summarize in such a brief amount of time. My sister did a research internship at the Elizabeth Fry Society, so ...

Spoke in the House on Mental Health Mr. Speaker, in any given year, one in five Canadians will experience mental illness, and by the age of 40, 50% will have experienced it as ...

Spoke at the Status of Women committee on Indigenous Women In The Federal Justice and Correctional Systems Thank you very much, Madam Chair. It's a pleasure to be here. I'm so proud to be here as a member of the status of women ...

Spoke in the House on Automated External Defibrillators Mr. Speaker, I am here today to discuss a motion that asks the government to follow the example of other Canadian police services by equipping all ...

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, I continue to hear from constituents with type 1 diabetes who are suddenly being denied the disability tax credit. They are worried about a ...

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Certificate of Nomination of Raymond Théberge to the Position of Commissioner of ... Very good. Thank you, Mr. Chair. Mr. Théberge, it's nice to see you again. Here is my first question. I'm a big fan of Morton Blackwell ...

More than three months ago

Mentioned by OurLondon.ca In byelection results, Trudeau should not wear loss in support alone: Hébert Stephanie Kusie is a Conservative from Alberta. (Stephen Harper's successor as MP for Calgary Heritage is Bob Benzen.) It will take many more election nights, such as Monday's, before women are no longer under-represented in the House of Commons.

Mentioned by TheChronicleHerald.ca HEBERT: Byelections give Liberals some cause for concern Mona Fortier, Mary Ng and Emmanuella Lambropoulos are Liberals from Ontario and Quebec. Stephanie Kusie is a Conservative from Alberta. (Stephen Harper's successor as MP for Calgary Heritage is Bob Benzen.) It will take many more election nights like ...

Mentioned by Calgary Herald Braid: Byelection blowouts expected but still sweet for Conservatives “Congrats to Stephanie Kusie on a huge wing with +75% of the vote in Calgary Midnapore! ” he said. “She's a big improvement over the riding's last MP!” Wildrose Leader Brian Jean, another former Harper MP, offered “big congratulations” to the newcomers.

Mentioned by CBC.ca Conservatives clinch Calgary byelections: Stephanie Kusie and Bob Benzen elected Calgary Midnapore's new Conservative MP Stephanie Kusie says her victory sends a message to Ottawa that the Liberal Party's policies aren't working in the riding. (Todd Korol/Canadian Press). Kusie said her priorities in Ottawa will be to fight for ...

Mentioned by Calgary Herald Conservatives win seats in Calgary Heritage, Calgary Midnapore byelections Tory Stephanie Kusie meanwhile swept to victory with 77.2 per cent of the vote in Calgary Midnapore, the riding formerly held by federal cabinet minister turned provincial Progressive Conservative Leader Jason Kenney. The two constituencies were seen ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Calgary byelections less about who wins, more about how much they win by Stephanie Kusie, the Conservative candidate in Calgary Midnapore, calls voters from her campaign headquarters. (Robson Fletcher/CBC). Turnout in byelections is typically lower than in general elections, which can make get-out-the-vote efforts all the ...