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February 15, 2022

MP Rempel Garner tables the Encouraging Growth of the Cryptoasset Sector Act

Ottawa, ON – Today, the Hon. Michelle Rempel Garner, Member of Parliament for Calgary Nose Hill, released the following statement after tabling her Private Member’s Bill, Bill C-249, the Encouraging Growth of the Cryptoasset Sector Act: “Cryptoassets are digital assets that are secured by means of cryptographic systems, including the...

February 15, 2022

MP Morantz tables the Supporting Canadian Charities Act

Ottawa, ON – Marty Morantz, Member of Parliament for Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia—Headingley, this week introduced Bill C-240, the Supporting Canadian Charities Act. During COVID-19 many charities have continued to step up and provide much-needed services to those in need including food banks, homeless shelters, and those providing counselling. There are other...

February 15, 2022

Conservative motion successful to end unfair disadvantage for Saskatchewan

Ottawa, ON — Kevin Waugh, Conservative Member of Parliament for Saskatoon—Grasswood, and Chair of the Conservative Saskatchewan Regional Caucus, and Warren Steinley, Conservative Member of Parliament for Regina-Lewvan and Shadow Minister for Prairie Economic Development, issued the following statement on the passing of today’s Conservative Opposition Day Motion to amend...

January 26, 2022

Important Notice to Conservative Party Members

Your local Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek Conservative Association just passed this motion: Motion Passed by the Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek Conservative Electoral District Association (EDA) on January 25, 2022: The Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek Conservative EDA board hereby requests the following of National Council and the Party Leadership: 1. To ensure a united and strong...

September 01, 2021

Getting Infrastructure Built

The State of Canadian Infrastructure The centrepiece of Justin Trudeau’s 2015 campaign was his promise to invest $180 billion over 12 years in infrastructure. However, the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) found there was no additional infrastructure built in Canada over and above what would have otherwise been built. In fact,...

August 30, 2021

Conservatives call on Trudeau candidate to pay his fair share in taxes

Ottawa, ON – Today, Conservative Candidate Pierre Paul-Hus commented on resurfaced documents that show Justin Trudeau’s Liberal candidate owes arrears to the Government of Quebec: “Justin Trudeau frequently criticizes Canadians, saying taxpayers need to pay their fair share of taxes. However, for the last two years, one of Justin Trudeau’s...

August 26, 2021

Liberal candidate criticizes Justin Trudeau for being corrupt politician

Ottawa, ON – Today, Conservative Candidates, Yves Levesque and Michael Barrett, commented on a resurfaced column in which Justin Trudeau’s candidate for Trois-Rivières criticizes Trudeau for his corruption. “Justin Trudeau is too corrupt for even his own candidates – and it’s not surprising. Trudeau has been found guilty of breaking...

June 07, 2021

Conservatives standing up to Liberals’ unprecedented attacks on freedom of speech

Ottawa, ON – Rachael Harder, Conservative Shadow Minister for Digital Government, and Alain Rayes, Conservative Shadow Minister for Canadian Heritage, issued the following statement after the Liberals and the Bloc Québécois shamefully colluded to try to ram Bill C-10 through Parliament, which aims to regulate the social media content of...

May 11, 2021

Conservatives call on the Trudeau government to invoke pipeline treaty to save Line 5

Ottawa, ON – Greg McLean, Conservative Shadow Minister for Natural Resources, and the Hon. Michael Chong, Conservative Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Gérard Deltell, House Leader of the Official Opposition, released the following statement on Enbridge Line 5: “Canadian energy security is at risk. “The governor of Michigan is...

March 08, 2021

Conservative statement on International Women’s Day

Ottawa, ON – Jag Sahota, Conservative Shadow Minister for Women and Gender Equality, released the following statement in recognition of International Women’s Day: “Today we celebrate International Women’s Day. First celebrated in 1911, International Women’s Day is an opportunity for us to not only reflect on the achievements that the women before...