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Democracy is a way of life that we as Canadians value dearly and have protected this principle for almost 150 years.
Recently the Liberal government introduced that legislation and as this has generated a significant amount of feedback from citizens
I have covered several concerns related to the recent 2016 Federal Budget and in turn have received some excellent feedback.
Last week the Liberal government tabled the first budget for the 42nd Parliament in Ottawa.
The House of Commons will resume next week for a three-week session until the next constituency week.
For a variety of reasons the subject of international trade has been prominent in federal politics over this past week.
The timeline to relocate 25,000 refugees prior to the end of 2015 will not be met.
Since I was first elected as a Member of Parliament in 2011, I have submitted an MP report in an effort to better communicate with citizens.
All major parties have now had their first full caucus meetings in Ottawa.
The interior of B.C. now has four new and two returning Members of Parliament.
In roughly three week’s time Canadians will gather to honour those who made the supreme sacrifice in defence of freedom and democracy.
One question that I heard from many citizens this year is “Why don’t we abolish the Senate?”
The issue that is dominating most of the media spotlight is the recently released audit of the Senate from the Office of the Auditor General
One event of interest are ceremonies related to the release of the summary report from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
I can now provide more information on the program that I referenced in last week `s MP report.
This week is the final constituency week before the House of Commons adjourns in late June.
One thing that can be said about events on Parliament Hill is that no two weeks are ever the same.
This week Canada hosted Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India for an official visit.
While the overnight temperature in Ottawa continues to be well below zero, the temperature inside the house has been steadily rising.
In 1997 a criminal was released on parole only to promptly skip his curfew at a half-way house in Calgary.