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June 19, 2020 | No Comments

Here’s a happy service for our seniors

The COVID pandemic has been a challenge for everyone.
But it has been especially trying for senior citizens who are more vulnerable to becoming deathly ill from the disease.
So it’s good to know there’s an organization in Edmonton that’s tailored to helping seniors who need it the most during these pandemic times.
Drive Happiness supports seniors in our riding of Edmonton Griesbach as well as throughout the city.
Our office summer intern Josh Hui and I spent some time to get to know the good work done by the organization.
Here’s our report:

Here's a happy service for our seniors

The COVID pandemic has been a challenge for everyone.But it has been especially trying for senior citizens who are more vulnerable to becoming deathly ill from the disease.So it’s good to know there’s an organization in Edmonton that’s tailored to helping seniors who need it the most during these pandemic times.Drive Happiness supports seniors in our riding of Edmonton Griesbach as well as throughout the city.Our office summer intern Josh Hui and I spent some time to get to know the good work done by the organization.Here’s our report:

Posted by Kerry Diotte on Friday, June 19, 2020

 

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June 16, 2020 | No Comments

Cooler heads must prevail on policing issues

 

On Monday (June 15) I spoke at the Edmonton city council public hearing on policing. I argued that no changes – especially budget cuts – should be contemplated in these highly charged emotional times. Here’s the text of my presentation:

A horrifying event took place on May 25. That was the day that Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin arrested 46-year-old African-American George Floyd. A video surfaced that showed the officer kneeling on Mr. Floyd’s neck for almost NINE minutes.

As we know, Mr. Floyd died. Officer Chauvin and three others involved in the arrest and death were fired. All of them now are facing charges. Any sane person who watched the video was horrified and disgusted by it, including I’m sure, every police officer in our city.

As we know, Mr. Floyd’s death sparked protests in 75 U.S. cities and around the world — including here. Sadly it also sparked civil unrest, riots, looting and the deaths of innocent people. Police officers in the United States were among the victims and that too is horrific.

Let me state the obvious. But it needs to be stated. Not one member of the Edmonton Police Service was involved in the senseless death of Mr. Floyd. I’m absolutely sure that, not one EPS officer, is anything but disgusted by it.

Yet that terrible event has stoked an unspeakable anger toward law enforcement in the United States, here and around the world. It’s taken over the headlines amid the most serious worldwide health pandemic in 100 years.

There are cries to defund the police. Dismantle the police. Scores of police officers who had nothing to do with the death of Mr. Floyd have been attacked and assaulted amid a mob mentality. Right-minded people find that despicable. I certainly do.

In the midst of this world-wide anger city council has called this public hearing to take a hard look at policing here in Edmonton. There’s a suggestion to give the police $16.3 million less in 2021 than previously approved. There’s also a suggestion THAT money should be allotted to social programs.

I’m a former city councillor and member of Parliament for Edmonton Griesbach. I’ve got a keen interest in this subject. My riding is one of the poorest in Alberta if not THE poorest according to household incomes. I represent many impoverished and marginalized communities.

Like every city councillor here today, I want the very best for my constituents including the best policing and best social services. And we’re lucky in my riding to have both. We’ve got beat cops who genuinely care about their communities and about building relationships.

We’ve got scores of not-for-profits either located right in our riding or providing amazing service to people in it.

There’s REACH Edmonton, ASSIST Community Services, Catholic Social Services, Homeward Trust, Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society, CASA Foundation…There are lots more. But I’ll run out my time naming them all.

The bottom line is my constituents are fortunate to have great service from both the EPS and the many social agencies. I also know the EPS often works in tandem with many of those agencies.

I believe one of the main duties of a politician is to listen to the people they represent. I make a point to do that by sending out regular surveys to each and every home in my riding. As well I reach out regularly on social media.

The policing issue has been a hot topic. But I’ll say that 75% of people I’ve heard from online, on the phone or via e-mail are opposed to any cuts to the police budget. In fact many people I’ve heard from want increases in the police budget and more police officers in their communities.

I’d be willing to bet many city councillors might have the same experience if you disregard the complaint letters that are form letters as part of an orchestrated campaign.

These are highly emotionally charged times. People are rightfully angry over the horrible death of Mr. Floyd. Many people are angry at all police and people in authority. So I believe this is not the time to be embarking on drastic changes to the way we do policing in the city of Edmonton.

It’s almost 30 years now to the day that an EPS officer was shot and killed when he responded to a bank robbery just north of the city’s downtown. I remember it well because I covered it as a journalist. His name was Ezio Faraone. He was just 33 years old when he was killed June 25,1990. Both of the men involved in his murder were sent to prison. Today there’s a park named for Ezio and a statue in his memory.

Imagine if HIS murder had happened just a few weeks ago. Would we be having a discussion about cutting police budgets? I think not. And nor would it be the appropriate time to be discussing the matter.

I’d suggest it’s only appropriate, we all take a deep breath.

Let’s first get over the anger we feel about Mr. Floyd’s death.

Let’s talk about this very serious issue of policing when everyone has had time to heal over that death.

We need to pause. We owe that the our citizens — and we owe that to our police officers.

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June 15, 2020 | No Comments

Community groups are being left behind

Non-profits here in our community continue to be declined support for federal assistance because of unnecessary red tape. 

I’ve recently received a troubling letter from an important community organization detailing their struggles with the bureaucracy. 

They tell me they’ve been declined federal assistance simply because they’re organized in a way the government doesn’t recognize. 

Through no fault of their own, they and other worthy organizations haven’t received the assistance they need because of inflexible rules. 

The government has deliberately failed to go after fraudsters and instead they’re targeting legitimate community groups.

That’s unacceptable.

Now more than ever the good work non-profits do is essential for our community.

As your Member of Parliament, I’m going to continuously raise this issue with the government.  

Tackling homelessness here in Edmonton Griesbach 

I recently hosted a Zoom meeting discussing homelessness issues.

There was a lot of valuable opinions and information shared by people from across our community and Alberta Community and Social Services Minister Rajan Sawhney.

A big thanks to everyone who was able to participate. 

This isn’t the time to cut the police budget

Today I spoke at the Edmonton city council public hearing on policing. I argued that no changes – especially budget cuts – should be contemplated in these highly charged emotional times.

 

Latest news on COVID-19 

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

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

 

 

 

Benefits for Canadians

There are programs available to help you and your family. 

Remember: The way the government set up CERB you need to reapply every four weeks. 

 

 

 

In the news

  • Murphy: Is physical distancing over? It sure seems to be. Link
  • Hébert: Justin Trudeau has two sets of pandemic rules: one for Parliament, and one for himself. Link
  • Editorial: Don’t forget the good work police do. Link
  • Oliver: Brace yourself for brutal tax hikes — and not just for the rich. Link
  • When The Bill Comes Due, Part I. Link
  • Edmonton city council to consider reducing 2021 police budget by $16.3 million. Link
  • O’Toole releases platform promising reduced emissions, foreign competition for airlines and telecoms. Link
  • Racist Police Violence Reconsidered. Link
  • Scheer says people are ‘upset and confused’ by Trudeau’s decision to attend a protest during the pandemic. Link
  • RCMP warns the public to not trust texts and phone calls from unknown sources. Link

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I want to hear from you 

I’m always eager to hear from you. Do you have beefs? Bouquets? Suggestions?

Drop me a note at my e-mail address.

Please note our local Edmonton constituency office is currently still open to serve you but it’s by appointment only. We simply ask that you call ahead to book an appointment.

Call or e-mail us and we’ll be happy to serve you.

Thanks so much. Stay healthy!

E-mail:
Kerry.Diotte@parl.gc.ca

Phone:
(780) 495-3261

Mail (postage free): 
Kerry Diotte, MP 
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6

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June 15, 2020 | No Comments

Today I spoke at the Edmonton city council public hearing on policing

I argued that no changes – especially budget cuts – should be contemplated in these highly charged emotional times.

Speaking at a city council public hearing

Today I spoke at the Edmonton city council public hearing on policing. I argued that no changes – especially budget cuts – should be contemplated in these highly charged emotional times.

Posted by Kerry Diotte on Monday, June 15, 2020

 
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June 8, 2020 | No Comments

Here for seniors

Seniors are the bedrock of our community and we owe them a huge debt of gratitude.

During this crisis however, seniors have been left behind.

That’s unacceptable. 

Seniors built this country. They paid their dues.

Now they need to be supported.

After weeks of delay the government finally announced a one-time boast to OAS and GIS benefits for seniors. 

Yet, more needs to be done.  

From the beginning of this crisis my Conservative MP colleagues and I have been pressing the government to do more for seniors.

We’ve put forward constructive proposals to help, including allowing Canadians to make a special one-time tax-free withdrawal from their RRSPs and waiving mandatory RRIF withdrawals.  

These are common sense proposals that’ll help a lot of people and that the government needs to implement.

Parliament has been shut down

 

At a time of unprecedented government spending and involvement in the daily lives of Canadians, Parliament’s check on the government has been squashed.

Under the Liberals’ and NDP’s deal Parliament has been shut down until September 21.

In its place, the Liberals want a glorified committee with limited powers to hold them accountable. 

Yet, if MPs can meet safely for a special committee in the House, why can’t those same MPs meet for regular Parliament?

The Liberals undemocratic closure of Parliament has nothing to do with public safety. 

This is a blatant attempt to sidestep scrutiny.

Latest news on COVID-19 

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

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

 

 

 

Benefits for Canadians

There are programs available to help you and your family. 

Remember: The way the government set up CERB you need to reapply every four weeks. 

 

 

 

In the news

    •  
  • Coronavirus: Canada’s supply of PPE won’t meet demand as economy reopens, trade expert says. Link
  • North Edmonton 7-Eleven employee tests positive for COVID-19. Link
  • More firearms being banned without public notice following May 1 order from Ottawa. Link
  • New CO2 pipeline capable of capturing 20% of oilsands emissions could hold key to Alberta’s energy future. Link
  • McParland: Why are the Liberals protecting the airlines at the expense of their citizens? Link
  • Conservative motion to stop China from buying struggling firms passed. Link
  • Black Alberta MLA Kaycee Madu prohibited from speaking at Edmonton Black Lives Matter protest. Link
  • Edmonton eyes turning Northlands dorm into temporary homeless housing. Link

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Call or e-mail us and we’ll be happy to serve you.

Thanks so much. Stay healthy!

E-mail:
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Phone:
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Mail (postage free): 
Kerry Diotte, MP 
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6

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June 1, 2020 | No Comments

The Liberals and NDP are undermining our democracy

Democracy is one of our greatest strengths, especially during a crisis.

That’s why the Liberals and NDP conspiring to shutter Parliament until September is shocking.

Parliament is the heart of our democracy. It’s where our elected members representing Canadians from coast-to-coast-to-coast come together and deliberate on the issues of national importance.

Yet, under the Liberals and NDP plan Parliament’s ability to scrutinize the government will be curtailed.

Throughout this crisis, we Conservatives have been committed to working with the government on behalf of Canadians.

We’ve continuously pushed for constructive solutions to the problems facing Canadians and improved the governments response.

For example, it was due to Conservative pressure that the Liberals increased the wage subsidy for small businesses to 75% of wages instead of their original proposal of 10%.

Now as the economy starts re-opening and the Liberals’ spending is coming under scrutiny they’re dodging the hard questions.

The Liberals are only allowing four hours to debate the hundreds of billions of dollars of new spending.

The Parliamentary Budget Officer has called this “unfortunate, to say the least” as the crucial role of Parliament’s scrutiny of public finance is quashed.

In the place of Parliament, the Liberals are offering to hold special committee meetings, where the opposition have significantly fewer rights than in a regular Parliamentary sitting, including limiting the topic of debate.

It’s clear Justin Trudeau doesn’t want to answer questions, he prefers an audience.

Yet, our constitutional system is founded on the principle that the prime minister must answer the questions of Canadians.

By shutting down Parliament Trudeau is failing Canadians. 

This is blatantly an attempt by the Liberals to sidestep scrutiny at a time when they’re spending hundreds of billions of dollars on new programs.

This is unacceptable and undemocratic.

Chinatown is coping in pandemic

A large portion of Edmonton’s historic Chinatown is within my riding of Edmonton Griesbach. Our constituency office summer intern Josh Hui and I recently spent time there to see how the community is coping amid the COVID pandemic. 

Please watch the video below and support our local businesses:

May 30 was World MS Day

Multiple sclerosis affects thousands of people across Canada.

This year the MS Society of Canada created the #WeChallengeMS program.

This challenge helped raise awareness of MS by turning ordinary passions into extraordinary actions.

Together let’s challenge MS.

You can register online:

 

 

 

Latest news on COVID-19 

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

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

 

 

 

Benefits for Canadians

There are programs available to help you and your family. 

Remember: the way the government set up CERB you need to reapply every 4 weeks. 

 

 

 

In the news

      • McParland: Singh’s shameful deal could see history repeat itself for the guileless NDP. Link
      • The end of the NDP. Link
      • Council approves $12.7-million city hall grounds renewal project despite concerns over finances. Link
      • RCMP forcibly removes reporter from Trudeau press conference. Link
      • Commentary: Liberal plan for suspending Parliament goes too far. Link
      • Editorial: Getting pandemic priorities right. Link
      • Francis: Erin O’Toole’s bold vision to bolster Canada internationally. Link
      • No need to show proof of work permit to get CERB, Ottawa tells temporary foreign residents. Link
      • Four-hour limit on MPs to review pandemic spending ‘unfortunate, to say the least,’ PBO says. Link

 

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I want to hear from you 

I’m always eager to hear from you. Do you have beefs? Bouquets? Suggestions?

Drop me a note at my e-mail address.

Please note our local Edmonton constituency office is currently still open to serve you but it’s by appointment only. We simply ask that you call ahead to book an appointment.

Call or e-mail us and we’ll be happy to serve you.

Thanks so much. Stay healthy!

E-mail:
Kerry.Diotte@parl.gc.ca

Phone:
(780) 495-3261

Mail (postage free): 
Kerry Diotte, MP 
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6

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May 30, 2020 | No Comments

Today is World MS Day

Today is World MS Day

Multiple sclerosis affects thousands of Canadians from coast to coast. Today, let's raise awareness and challenge MS.

Posted by Kerry Diotte on Saturday, May 30, 2020

Multiple sclerosis affects thousands of Canadians from coast to coast. Today, let’s raise awareness and challenge MS.

 

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May 28, 2020 | No Comments

Chinatown coping in pandemic

Chinatown coping in pandemic

A large portion of Edmonton’s historic Chinatown is within my riding of Edmonton Griesbach. Our constituency office summer intern Josh Hui and I recently spent time there to see how the community is coping amid the COVID pandemic.

Posted by Kerry Diotte on Friday, May 29, 2020

A large portion of Edmonton’s historic Chinatown is within my riding of Edmonton Griesbach. Our constituency office summer intern Josh Hui and I recently spent time there to see how the community is coping amid the COVID pandemic.

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May 25, 2020 | No Comments

Neighbours helping neighbours

Community groups continue to do the good works that makes Edmonton the great place that it is.

Folks are volunteering to better serve our community and help people in need.

If you’re able, I’d recommend reaching out to a community group.

Together, we’ll make a real difference.

I recently helped out at the Alberta Avenue Community Centre where we picked up trash with other volunteers.

It was great to see everyone come together — while physically apart — to clean up our streets.

 

If you need assistance there’s also help for you.

See below for a list of great community groups that may be able to help you or someone in need.

Crystal Kids Youth Centre:

They have a daily food pick-up program for families in need.

They’re also hosting daily virtual mentoring, life skills and literacy sessions.

Phone: (780) 479-5746 ext. 224

E-mail at crystalkids@crystalkids.org

Drive Happiness:

They deliver food and medication to seniors in need.

Phone: (780) 424-5438

E-mail: info@drivehappiness.ca

Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association:

They’re volunteering to help people get groceries, medication and do other errands.

Phone: (855) 435-7811

E-mail: help@amya.ca

Seniors’ Centre Without Walls:

This is a phone line where seniors can call and interact with others from the comfort of their own home.

Phone: (780) 395-2626

If you’re in need please contact one of these great community organizations. 

As always if you need federal assistance please reach out to me, I’m here to help you.  

Phone: (780) 495-3261

E-mail: kerry.diotte@parl.gc.ca

Rex Murphy calls for return of Parliament

It’s a Cottage Life government in a Brady Bunch Parliament.

It is something of a curiously unasked question why the prime minister has continued his near-total self-isolation for over two months now, and exercises his function as leader from the bottom step of his residence. I have no problem believing there are serious reasons behind it. We are in a pandemic. One prime minister, Boris Johnson, was actually hit by the COVID-19 virus, and set Britain somewhat a-tremble for a couple of weeks. In Trudeau’s case it could and likely is his idea that setting an example, being a “role model” as he put it several weeks back, is behind his own practice of making his announcements from the cottage and largely eschewing travel anywhere else.

Yet the combination of a leader mostly removed from the country, and a Parliament that steps away from its supreme function during the greatest crisis in 50 years, strikes me at least as unnerving. The isolation of the leader, and the removal of parliamentary debate and scrutiny, simultaneously leave a great void in the flow of necessary information — we used to call it accountability — during a most anxious time, with previously unthinkable expenditures being made every day on the fly with little or no detail about the amounts being sent out and the various groups to receive them.

We know so little of what is being decided, the protocols under which massive expenditures are being decided on, why X group receives money and Y group does not, why $9 billion for students and $2.5 billion for seniors. There should be questions and answers for every amount.

(Read the full column by Rex Murphy, National Post here)

Latest news on COVID-19 

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

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

 

 

 

Benefits for Canadians

There are programs available to help you and your family. 

Remember: the way the government set up CERB you need to reapply every 4 weeks. 

 

 

 

In the news

  • Alberta Health announces 42 new COVID-19 cases Sunday. Link
  • Murphy: Who’s on first in the COVID Commons? Why, it’s Trudeau and Blanchet. Link
  • Alberta recommending face masks, but not enforcing their use as economy relaunches. Link
  • Ivison: It’s time to cancel Trudeau’s COVID-19 ‘morning show’ and get back to Parliament. Link 
  • Firearm lobby group draws hunters, wildlife clubs into fight against federal rifle ban. Link
  • Lilley: Liberals not telling the truth on PPE and the stockpile. Link
  • Alberta premier: Edmonton is ‘safest place’ for NHL’s potential return. Link

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I want to hear from you 

I’m always eager to hear from you. Do you have beefs? Bouquets? Suggestions?

Drop me a note at my e-mail address.

Please note our local Edmonton constituency office is currently still open to serve you but it’s by appointment only. We simply ask that you call ahead to book an appointment.

Call or e-mail us and we’ll be happy to serve you.

Thanks so much. Stay healthy!

E-mail:
Kerry.Diotte@parl.gc.ca

Phone:
(780) 495-3261

Mail (postage free): 
Kerry Diotte, MP 
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6

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May 19, 2020 | No Comments

Seniors being left behind

Seniors built this country.

Sadly, seniors have been left behind during this crisis. 

They’ve paid their dues and now we must ensure that they have the support they need. 

To the Liberal government however they’ve been an afterthought.

One issue that seniors here in Edmonton Griesbach have been facing is a disruption in their mail deliveries. 

Mail delivery is an essential service especially for seniors. 

Yet, for weeks Canada Post was refusing to deliver and sort mail to a seniors’ living facility here in our community. 

In “virtual Parliament” I asked Liberal ministers what was being done about this issue and where else disruptions where occurring.

See the full video below. 

I’ll continue working to ensure seniors receive essential services throughout this pandemic.  

As always if you’re in need of federal assistance please reach out to me, I’m here to help you. 

Please contact my office at (780) 495-3261 or by e-mail at kerry.diotte@parl.gc.ca.

Gun owners planning legal challenge to the Liberals’ “sloppy” gun ban

The federal government’s assault weapons ban, announced last week, is loaded with sloppy language and strange omissions say some gun owners and dealers.

The ban, that was announced in response to the recent Nova Scotia shooting rampage, prohibits the use or sale of hundreds of different semi-automatic rifles and some large calibre guns as well.

Jason Smith, who ranches near Eckville, says until last week’s ban he carried a semi-automatic rifle in his tractor or his truck every day to keep coyotes and other predators from eating his bison calves and deer fawns. He says it was simply the best tool for the job.

“Well it feeds your kids,” explained Smith of his livelihood. “You know there isn’t enough money in farming that you can lose ten per cent of your calf crop to coyotes and predators. Every calf matters.”

Each bison calf is worth about $2,000 dollars and every year he has close calls with losing them to coyotes and cougars. He says the firearm ban is too broad.

“I’m all for stopping gun violence, but my guns are not used in gun violence,” said Smith. “It’s stolen weapons, it’s weapons coming across the border. We need to concentrate on the criminals, not the law-abiding citizens.”

(Read the full column by Bill Macfarlane CTV News Calgary here)

Latest news on COVID-19 

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

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

 

 

 

Benefits for Canadians

There are programs available to help you and your family. 

Remember: the way the government set up CERB you need to reapply every 4 weeks. 

 

 

 

In the news

  • Biden says he’d cancel Keystone XL pipeline permit if elected. Link
  • Sunday: Alberta reports 39 new COVID-19 cases, one additional death. Link
  • World to Canada: You’re raising your carbon tax during a global pandemic? Link
  • Legal groups eye suing government to roll back COVID-19 restrictions. Link
  • 14th resident at Intercare Brentwood Care Centre dies from COVID-19. Link
  • Gunter: At least Jason Kenney’s taking a stand on China. Link
  • Edmonton man challenges $1,200 COVID-19 ticket over demonstration at legislature. Link
  • Murphy: Was it code? The PM’s bizarre announcement on the carbon tax hike. Link
  • Lilley: Trudeau scoffs at questions about hundreds of millions in fraudulent payments. Link

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I want to hear from you 

I’m always eager to hear from you. Do you have beefs? Bouquets? Suggestions?

Drop me a note at my e-mail address.

Please note our local Edmonton constituency office is currently still open to serve you but it’s by appointment only. We simply ask that you call ahead to book an appointment.

Call or e-mail us and we’ll be happy to serve you.

Thanks so much. Stay healthy!

E-mail:
Kerry.Diotte@parl.gc.ca

Phone:
(780) 495-3261

Mail (postage free): 
Kerry Diotte, MP 
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6

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