Statement on Liberal Firearms Regulations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 1, 2020 Statement on Liberal Firearms Regulations Chilliwack – Mark Strahl, Member of Parliament for Chilliwack—Hope, issued the following statement and response to the Liberal government’s firearms regulations: ... Full Article

MP Strahl Provides Federal Updates on COVID-19

Chilliwack – Mark Strahl, Member of Parliament for Chilliwack—Hope is providing federal updates to constituents on the evolving COVID-19 situation. “Every day there is more information coming to light about the need to act, both ... Full Article

Update on COVID-19

On March 13, after considering the advice of public health officials and with the unanimous consent of all parties, the House of Commons has been adjourned until April 20th to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. MPs will continue to work in ... Full Article

The Waste Report

Canadians are just starting to file their 2019 tax returns and learning how much of their hard-earned income they will need to send to Ottawa this year. Canadians expect to pay taxes – they fund the social programs and infrastructure that ... Full Article

Justin Trudeau’s Weak Leadership

This week, Canada’s Conservatives brought forward a motion calling on the House of Commons to stand in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people, the majority of whom have indicated their support for the Coastal GasLink project. ... Full Article

End the Blockades

Will Justin Trudeau finally show some leadership and demand that the court injunctions against these illegal blockades be enforced, or will he continue to embolden the mob that’s giving the courts the Trudeau salute? Protestors continue to ... Full Article

The Blockades Must End

While Justin Trudeau was off wining and dining African dictators and kowtowing to Iranian despots, anti-energy activists were busy derailing the Canadian economy here at home. It’s been nearly two weeks, and Justin Trudeau has done nothing to ... Full Article

Today in the House of Commons

A convicted murderer was given parole, and given unsupervised access to women even though he was a significant risk to commit violence against women. The National Parole Board granted this access so the offender’s “sexual needs” could be ... Full Article