Helping small business and getting the economy back on track

As you know, we’ve seen the renewal of some pandemic lockdown measures recently. There’s been a lot in the news, and I wanted to share some of the things we have been debating in the House of Commons, as well as what we’re doing to fight for businesses and the economy during the lockdowns.

The House of Commons continues to be in session in a hybrid manner. This means sometimes I am representing you in-person in Ottawa, and sometimes I am joining debate virtually. I prefer to b

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Liberal Hyper-Spending in focus as debt hits record

While the Liberals use buzzwords and phrases like “build back better”, “reimagine our economy”, and “reset”, it is clear Liberal mismanagement will set Canada back financially for generations. With the Liberals’ Fall Economic Update, Canadians will be paying the consequences of massive spending, risky economic experiments, and ill-advised decisions that do not reflect the best interests of Canadians.

Canada’s debt is set to rise over $1 trillion t

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New mandatory province-wide measures announced

New mandatory health measures go into effect immediately to protect lives.

Expanded health measures will be in effect province-wide. All Albertans, businesses, organizations and service providers must follow all new health measures. These restrictions will be in place for a minimum of four weeks.

“Alberta has sought to protect both lives and livelihoods from the beginning of the pandemic. The recent surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations will threaten our health-care system and the lives of m

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Tough, swift penalties for impaired drivers

The Provincial Administrative Penalties Act empowers police to get impaired drivers off the streets immediately.

Starting Dec. 1, police will be able to administer stricter impaired driving penalties on the road, while most first-time impaired driving charges will be handled quicker outside of court through SafeRoads Alberta. Impaired drivers could face larger fines and lose their vehicles for up to 30 days.

SafeRoads Alberta, a new adjudication branch, will allow drivers to pay their fees onli

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