2024 Alberta Caucus

Alberta has a strong team of Conservative Members of Parliament in Ottawa and we are making sure Alberta’s priorities are loudly heard in the House of Commons. We have managed to make a difference in a wide variety of areas for all Albertans. In my mailing, and as Chair of the Alberta Caucus, ... Full Article

Retirement Hub

New Retirement Hub June is Seniors Month and a great time to highlight a number of services and benefits that the federal government provides for seniors.  The best place to get information is at www.canada.ca/seniors. This year the federal government has launched Retirement Hub which is ... Full Article

Canada’s Population Clock

Canada’s Population Clock Statistics Canada has a population clock that provides a real-time view of Canada’s changing population. This dashboard tracks migration between provinces, births, deaths and immigration. View Canada’s Population Clock Full Article

Waiving Interest & Penalties On Taxes Owing

Waiving Interest & Penalties On Taxes Owing If you find yourself owing taxes and are having difficulty paying off your tax bill, ignoring it is not the way to deal with it.  Interest and penalties of overdue taxes can be significant, but you can work with the CRA to make it easier.  Learn ... Full Article

Teacher’s Institute on Canadian Parliamentary Democracy

The Library of Parliament is now accepting applications for the 25th edition of the Teachers Institute on Canadian Parliamentary Democracy, which is set to take place from 3 to 8 November 2024. Hosted by the Speaker of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Commons and organized by the ... Full Article

MP Report – Life or Death

Life or Death Canadians will have access to medical assistance in dying (MAiD) when their only condition is mental illness.  The only question is when. In the past, I supported MAiD legislation because we need to have a legal framework around life and death choices and decisions. This is a ... Full Article

Register Your Travel

Register Your Travel Registration of Canadians Abroad is a free service that allows the Government of Canada to notify you in case of an emergency abroad or a personal emergency at home. The service also enables you to receive important information before or during a natural disaster or civil ... Full Article

Genealogy, Family and Military History

Genealogy, Family and Military History There are many records that can help you learn more about your ancestor’s experiences, including the census, naturalization records, immigration records, and military records. Read on to find resources that can help you with your research. Census ... Full Article

Student Aid and Education Planning

Student aid and education planning Plan for an education, save, budget and explore student aid and career options. Student aid Canada student loans, grants, scholarships and other aid. Lifelong Learning Plan Withdraw funds from your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) to finance training ... Full Article

Canadian Benefit for Parents of Young Victims of Crime

Canadian Benefit for Parents of Young Victims of Crime The death or disappearance of a child is devastating and can leave parents unable to work. If you are a parent or legal guardian who consider to/or have taken time away from work and suffered a loss of income to cope with the death or ... Full Article

Dental Benefits

There are currently two dental benefits in place. The Canada Dental Benefit (CDB) is currently open for applications and is intended to help parents pay for dental care for children 12 and under who are not covered by a dental plan.  Learn more about the CDB and apply. The Canadian Dental Care ... Full Article

MP Report – Small Change, Big Impact

Small Change, Big Impact In 2021, the House of Commons unanimously passed my Private Members Bill C-210.  This Bill allows Canadians to indicate their willingness to become an organ and tissue donor through their tax forms. This past tax season, the question appeared on the annual tax forms in ... Full Article

CSIS is hiring

Are you adventurous? Resilient? Thrive on solving complex problems? Are you ready for a challenging career in advancing Canada’s national security interests? If the answers are YES, apply today. The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) is hiring for a variety of careers. MORE> Full Article

Government of Canada Retirement Hub

Government of Canada Retirement Hub Learn, Plan, Apply, Manage It’s never too early or too late to learn about your retirement options and plan for your future. Find out about public pensions, when to collect them and tips to consider for your retirement income. Visit the Government of ... Full Article

Canadian Dental Care Plan (CDCP)

Canadian Dental Care Plan The Canadian Dental Care Plan (CDCP) will help ease financial barriers to accessing oral health care for eligible Canadian residents with an annual adjusted family net income of less than $90,000 who do not have access to dental insurance. To qualify for the CDCP, you ... Full Article

Letters To Santa

Letters to Santa Kids can write to Santa (before December 7th, 2023) and he’ll write back. More than one million letters are received annually. It’s a Canadian tradition made possible through the volunteer work of 9,000 current and former Canada Post employees. Responses have been sent in ... Full Article

Press Release – C-210 Update

PRESS RELEASE INCREDIBLE SUCCESS OF LEN WEBBER’S BILL C-210 PROVIDES HOPE FOR THOUSANDS OF CANADIANS AWAITING A LIFE-SAVING TRANSPLANT November 22, 2023 – OTTAWA – Conservative MP Len Webber’s Bill C-210, allows Canadians to indicate their willingness to become an organ and ... Full Article

MP Report – Help Is Here

Help Is Here Many Canadians find the holidays to be challenging, with more than half of Canadians saying that the holiday season can be a source of anxiety, depression, and loneliness. Fortunately, this holiday season accessing help became easier. Beginning November 30th, Canadians in crisis ... Full Article

2023 Community Survey Results

 2023 COMMUNITY SURVEY RESULTS This year’s annual community survey has again produced some very interesting results.  When asked, “Please choose the top five issues you would like Parliament to focus on MORE.”…. When asked, “Please choose the top five issues you would like ... Full Article

MP Report – Remembrance

Remembering Is Something You Do During Veterans’ Week, Canadians will pay tribute in an act of Remembrance. Commemorative ceremonies and events across Canada will honour our Veterans and those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. The sacrifices and achievements of our Veterans have helped ... Full Article