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Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak in the House during the debate on Wynn’s law.
This legislation will require that prosecutors disclose a bail applicant’s criminal history at a bail hearing.
By closing this loophole in the Criminal Code, this legislation could save lives and increase public safety.
But the Liberals have vowed to vote against this common-sense piece of legislation.
Sign this petition today to tell the Liberal government to support Wynn’s law: https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-712
Constable David Wynn was murdered by a career criminal out on bail, whose criminal history wasn’t disclosed at the bail hearing.
Currently, Canada’s Criminal Code doesn’t require the disclosure of a bail applicant’s criminal history.
Wynn’s law would close this loophole.
I’ve already received feedback from hundreds of you that think Wynn’s law is common-sense legislation.
Shamefully, the Liberal government has vowed to defeat this legislation.
If you want to see Wynn’s law passed, send the Liberals a message and sign this e-petition today: https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-712
Edmonton’s Liberal Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi talks a good game but he’s failing to deliver the goods on his promised projects.
Only one of 127 infrastructure projects announced by the Liberals has started construction.
Nothing has started in Edmonton.
In the House of Commons, I demanded to know why. Sohi evaded the question.
The MP Youth Award is an opportunity to recognize students who have shown outstanding leadership in their school or community.
The award is open to outstanding young leaders from schools in our riding of Edmonton Griesbach. Students can be nominated in the following three categories: Grades K-6, Grades 7-9 and Grades 10-12.
To nominate an outstanding young leader, please complete this nomination form or contact my office for more information.
Nominations will be accepted until May 15, 2017.
To all those celebrating today, I wish you and your family health, happiness and prosperity.
Happy New Year!
Don’t forget the extended deadline for the Canada Summer Jobs program is February 3, 2017.
This initiative supports local employers, while also providing valuable work experience for students across Canada.
Visit here for more information.
This Christmas season my thoughts are with my constituents of Edmonton Griesbach and all Albertans that have been negatively impacted by the growing jobs crisis.
I’ll continue to urge the Liberal government to deliver real solutions to help get Albertans back to work.
Statement on the defeat of Bill C-306 from the Canadian Association of Crimean Tatars: