A Message From Your Member of Parliament

Dear Constituents:

Thank you once again for re-electing me as your Member of Parliament for Niagara West. I truly appreciate your support and look forward to serving all the residents of Niagara West. I am looking forward to the Parliament resuming on December 5th and will work with all members of the House to strengthen Canada.



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Dean speaks on NAFTA 2.0 (USMCA) Agreement

Mr. Dean Allison (Niagara West, CPC): Mr. Speaker, I am rising today to speak on a subject that I have been involved in, especially in my previous role as the shadow minister for international trade and also as a passionate supporter of free trade.

    I am well acquainted with the benefits of trade with the United States. I represent a southern Ontario riding that is very close to the border. We have many successful companies in Niagara West that do a significant amount of business not only with the United States but throughout the world. I personally met th

More January 31st, 2020

Recognizing HoC Staff

Mr. Speaker, as we close out this session and go into another election, we often celebrate the contributions of MPs who have decided to retire from this place.

It is also important to take some time to acknowledge the incredible work done by people who serve around the parliamentary precinct. That is why I would like to recognize Marguerite Charlebois.Marguerite has worked in the parliamentary restaurant since January 21, 1981, close to four decades. She will be retiring at the end of this week. Imagine trying to manage all of the different political parties, people and personalities

More June 19th, 2019

The Carbon Tax

Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister pretends he has a plan for the environment. He says his carbon tax will achieve the carbon emissions reduction targets under the Paris accord. However, his own government figures confirm that this is simply not true.

Just last week, the Parliamentary Budget Officer released a new report, which found that the Liberal carbon tax would have to increase to $102 per tonne to achieve Canada’s Paris accord climate targets. That is five times more expensive than it is today. This means that Canadians would pay more for groceries and home heating, and it

More June 17th, 2019

Bill C100

Madam Speaker, the minister is talking about ratification. I would ask her to talk in a little more detail about what that may look like here in Canada, given what is going on in the U.S. right now.

The Democrats do not seem that eager to move forward with ratification. What is the thought process of the government when it comes to ratification? Is this something we are looking at doing before we leave here for the summer? Given the fact that we are here for only two more weeks, it does not sound like we are in lockstep with the U.S.

Is it something the government would cons

More June 11th, 2019