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One of the most frequently raised concerns I hear pertains to the Canadian senate, and by extension senators.
The senate and expenses of individual senators continues to be the single most discussed topic I have heard from local citizens.
On March 11, Bill C-26 came into force that expands and better clarifies the ability to make a citizen’s arrest.
Recently it was widely reported in the media that Canadians currently face some of the highest wireless cellular rates in the world.
Several important bills will be considered in the House of Commons.
There is one overarching issue that continues to concern me and that is the lack of accountability in information that is presented online.
A lot has been said around the discussion of natural resource development over the past several weeks.
This week I would like to submit my annual accountability report.
MP Dan Albas addresses statements about the Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement.
Once elected, government leaders quickly learn that there is always more to most issues than what first meets the eye.
Last fall I heard from constituents who concerned over allegations regarding automated phone calls during the last federal election.
Noteworthy events illustrate Canadian values for Member of Parliament.
MP's support for Bill C-38 will disappoint some constituents.
MP Dan Albas looks back on the 12 months he has spent as the Member of Parliament for Okanagan-Coquihalla.
On Tuesday, MP Dan Albas's private member's bill will reach committee stage as review begins.
The communications industry is rapidly growing one as more than 98 per cent of Canadians now have access to wireless services.
Although I have not had a significant amount of local inquiries on the robocalls issue I believe it is an important subject.
In my previous two MP reports I have discussed the Old Age Security in context with the changes occurring in Canadian demographics.
New MP Dan Albas gets an earful about his last column discussing old age pensions.
MP talks about present and future of Canadian pensions.