• Protecting Canadians from Threats of Terrorism

    Lately, there has been much talk about terrorism and how prevalent the threat has become in Canada. I believe Canadians understand the reality of the world we are now living in. Horrifically, as ...

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  • Continuing our Canadian Crackdown on Violent Criminals

    While it is still tragic when we hear of senseless violent crimes on our regional and national newscasts, Canadians can at least be comforted by the fact that crime rates in our country have been ...

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  • John Baird

    They say a week is an eternity in politics. The change in the senior ranks of our Cabinet certainly illustrated that theory this week with the departure of one of our government’s strongest ...

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John Baird

They say a week is an eternity in politics. The change in the senior ranks of our Cabinet certainly illustrated that theory this week with the departure of one of our government’s strongest ...


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Where Do Your Federal Tax Dollars Go?

Constituents often ask me various questions about federal government finances. How much does the federal government spend each year? Where does the money go? I thought this week I would try and ...


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‘Break it Off’ with Smoking

I smoked my first cigarette when I was 15 years old. Unfortunately, I continued this terrible habit for 20 years. At that time, approximately 50% of Canadians smoked. Thankfully, the rate is only ...


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Canada’s Caregiver Program

In recent months, there have been media reports about abuse in our country’s Caregiver Program. Unsuspecting immigrants have come to Canada looking for employment opportunities as live-in ...


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