Health Mr. Speaker, Canadians are proud of our public health care system. A central principle of our public system is that people's access to health care does not depend on their ability to pay. However, while the Canada Health Act outlaws user fees, Saskatchewan is now allowing those
January 27th, 2016House debate
Canada Post Mr. Speaker, during the election, the Prime Minister promised to restore home mail delivery. That means that he would reverse the cuts. However, now the Minister of Public Works says people who lost home delivery will not get it back. They will be stuck with superboxes. The gover
December 10th, 2015House debate
Resumption of debate on Address in Reply Mr. Speaker, what I heard over and over on the campaign trail in Saskatoon West was that life was not affordable. No matter where I was in the riding, the three things I heard with respect to a younger family related to child care, transportation, and housing, and with respect to
Resumption of debate on Address in Reply Mr. Speaker, I would say to the hon. member that I do believe there are many places where we can come together. Certainly, I know that is possible in my community. One particular area in which I would like to see the Liberal government finally follow through is a promise that wa
Resumption of debate on Address in Reply Mr. Speaker, I offer my congratulations to the member. Currently, there is no federal minimum wage. That is the first issue that needs to be challenged. The second issue is to implement a federal minimum wage that allows those people in those jobs to afford the basics in life.
Resumption of debate on Address in Reply Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank the constituents of Saskatoon West for having put their faith in me to represent them and to ensure a strong voice for them in Parliament. It is a very high honour, and I am humbled by their support and faith in me to serve them to the best of m