February 1, 2021

Under Trudeau’s watch Canada is falling behind on vaccines

We need vaccines. Without a successful vaccine procurement, we can’t get back to normal.

Our lives will continue to be interrupted, businesses will suffer and peoples’ lives will be at risk.

That’s why it’s so disheartening to hear even more setbacks on Canada’s vaccine rollout.

Last week Pfizer provided no vaccines to Canada. 

This week both Pfizer and Moderna will be cutting back shipments of the vital vaccines. We’re on track to have a nearly two million vaccine shortfall this week.

The confusion we’re seeing is just another example of the Liberals’ failed plan. Throughout this entire process, the Liberals haven’t been transparent and open to Canadians.

As your Member of Parliament, I’ll continue to fight for answers and for Canadians to get vaccines, because we need a smooth and steady vaccine rollout to get Canada working again and to secure our future.

Let’s all stand up for oil and gas

Until most all reasonable Canadians realize the absolute necessity of our oil and gas energy industry the radicals on the left will continue to destroy it.

Our wealth and high standard of living is inextricably linked to this industry’s success.

Please share the story below with a person you know who doubts this.

We MUST all help them to understand.






Trudeau Liberals turn backs on Uyghurs and Muslim minorities

Justin Trudeau and his Liberals always talk about standing up for people but they refuse to condemn as “genocide” the treatment by Communist China of the Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities.

Recently I was proud to present an official petition in the House of Commons demanding Liberals wake up and take measures against the Communists for this genocide.

Read more on the grave situation in China:




Here’s a video of me presenting the petition: 

Let’s all complain when media errs

True North Centre for Public Policy is reporting a story that CTV has been forced to apologize after breaking journalism ethics standards in a report about then-president Donald Trump.

The apology came after a CTV viewer launched an official complaint. See story here:




Regardless of how you might feel about the ex-prez I hope you’ll agree our news media must be called out when they are irresponsible and break their own ethics codes as they did here.

Good on this CTV viewer for calling that network’s reporting into question.

It was ruled they did indeed break their own code of journalist ethics. It shows that every Canadian can have power if they choose to use it.

See a media report that’s irresponsible?

Complain to the top manager, to their industry associations and to the CRTC. Democracy deserves and demands fair and balance media.

Canada Summer Jobs application has been extended

Small businesses and not-for-profits can still apply for the Canada Summer Jobs program for 2021.




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Have your say in my new unofficial poll. I’ll publish the results in next week’s e-newsletter. 



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You can find up-to-date information from Alberta Public Health or the Public Health Agency of Canada

Alberta Public Health can also be reached by phone at 811.

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