TransMountain Delays Aren’t Just Hurting Alberta

Did you know that for every day the Trans-Mountain Pipeline Project is delayed, the Canadian economy loses $80 million dollars in revenue? That’s over $29 billion dollars a year. In fact, in the two minutes it takes to read this article, ... Full Article

Tax Breaks for Who?

Remember just a few weeks back when the Trudeau Liberals stunned Canadians by giving $12 million dollars to the super-wealthy owners of Loblaws and Superstore to buy new fridges?  Well, they’re at it again. In another example of how ... Full Article

Just like we warned, your taxes are going up

Let’s talk about taxes. We’ve seen record spending from a government that has absolutely no plan to pay down the deficit. The Official Opposition has said repeatedly that today’s deficits are tomorrow’s tax hikes. What’s concerning is ... Full Article

It’s Been Four Years and Where Are We?

As we enter a new fiscal year, Canadians should take stock of where we are now and what has changed over the last four years. To date, we’ve seen stagnant wages, low business investment, and a rising national debt that doesn’t seem to be ... Full Article

Liberals Need to Fix the Phoenix Fiasco

  Official Opposition Critic for Public Services and Procurement, MP Alupa Clarke, and Deputy Critic, MP Kelly McCauley, today released the following statement calling on the Minister of Public Services and Procurement, the Hon. Judy Foote, ... Full Article

RRIF Financial Security Act

Bill C-301:RRIF Financial Security Act Bill C-301 is my Private Members Bill. Formally known as An Act to amend the Income Tax Act and to make a related amendment to another Act (registered retirement income fund) – and commonly referred ... Full Article

Enhancing Financial Security for Seniors

Today I was proud to introduce my Private Member’s Bill: An Act to amend the Income Tax Act and to make a related amendment to another Act (registered retirement income fund), also known as the RRIF Financial Security Act.   This Bill ... Full Article

Reflections on This Past Parliamentary Session

As the first session of the forty-second Parliament comes to an end, I would like to take a few moments to inform you about the work I have done to represent you in Ottawa, and to reflect upon the first successful session for our Conservative ... Full Article