July 20, 2017

OTTAWA, ON – On July 20, 2017, Member of Parliament Pierre Poilievre concluded a Compliance Agreement with the Commissioner of Canada Elections in relation to the wearing of a shirt bearing the Conservative Party of Canada logo at two Government of Canada funding announcements held just before the 2015 federal general election. The full text of the Compliance Agreement is …

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July 14, 2017

$10.5 million to a terrorist? Sign the petition to say no

Trudeau government quietly paid $10.5 million to Omar Khadr   Last week, the Liberal government was caught quietly giving convicted and confessed terrorist Omar Khadr $10.5 million of taxpayers’ money.   This is reprehensible. Canadian taxpayers did not force Omar Khadr to fight for the Taliban in Afghanistan, nor did we imprison him in Guantanamo Bay. Additionally, Canadian soldiers who are …

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June 28, 2017

Happy Canada Day – the BNA is Canada’s DNA

  July 1st is the 150th anniversary of the British North American Act, or BNA. The BNA is Canada’s DNA. It transformed 650 years of British parliamentary democracy designed for a small island in the old world into a vast new federation in the new one. It needed no high-minded ideals about rights and freedoms because it was understood that …

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June 22, 2017

Federal government sticking Ottawa Hospital with extra costs to be located at Sir John Carling Site

OTTAWA, ON – The federal government will force the Ottawa Hospital to cover the extra costs associated with building at the Sir John Carling Site, despite overruling the previously-chosen location and forcing the hospital into that location, documents quietly tabled in Parliament yesterday confirm. The answers, received by Carleton Member of Parliament Pierre Poilievre, are the latest in a string …

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June 16, 2017

Prime Minister Trudeau re-announces light rail funding provided two years ago by Conservative government

OTTAWA, ON – Today Prime Minister Justin Trudeau re-announced $1 billion for stage two of Ottawa’s light rail transit system, even though it was originally announced two years ago by the previous Conservative government. The following is the reaction from Conservative Member of Parliament Pierre Poilievre:   “Apparently the Prime Minister wanted to get in a few more selfies and …

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June 7, 2017

Surely anarchy would break out in the streets if the government didn’t approve of little girls selling lemonade!

  Last year, two little girls started up a lemonade stand to raise money for summer camp, but they were shut down by the government because they did not have a permit. This year, the current government has produced a permit application form for these young entrepreneurs, with 10 conditions and eight additional conditions that requires they also report all …

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