Fighting the Liberal tax proposals for small businesses, farmers, and professionals has been issue number one for the Conservative Caucus in Ottawa since returning to Parliament in September.
September -- the transition month. School is back in session, an election campaign is underway, the Rebels are back on the ice and the weather is slowly, but surely changing.
Money doesn’t grow on trees, nor does it grow in the fields that Canadian farmers toil over day and night.
What a shame -- and of course this is all distracting us from other things.
Ever wonder what motivates a person to run for municipal council? It seems that, in many Alberta communities this year, there are a record number of candidates for Council, as well as many mayoral hopefuls.
My brother Pat passed away this past weekend, but I will be the first to acknowledge that Pat knew how to live in a big way. He was a son and brother in my family, but he was a father and grandfather in his family.
What Happened on July 18?
As a Member of Parliament in the Conservative Government, I took great pride in the fact that we were able to put more money back in the pockets of hard-working Canadians. Conservatives believe the taxes should be lower for Canadians: