The Power of Information and Information is Power

In the fog of war, nothing is more critical than quality and timely information to make sound decisions on the battlefield. Information is often the difference between life and death; between success and failure. Leaders in all domains know the power of information and that “information is ... Full Article

Small Businesses during COVID-19: Need for Federal Support Program

Typically in November, I take the opportunity in this column to commemorate Remembrance Day and honour those who served and sacrificed to protect and preserve Canada’s sovereignty. I welcome the occasion to recognize the contributions our men and women in uniform have made, either in wartime ... Full Article

Yonge Subway Extension – Can’t Wait

The Yonge Subway Extension (YSE) would extend the Yonge – University Line north on Yonge from Finch to Highway 7 in Richmond Hill. The YSE has been a priority for York Region for over 16 years and is long overdue. The Province of Ontario has committed to fund the project. The federal ... Full Article

Canada needs a National Pandemic Response Plan – Now

Since COVID-19 has gripped Canada, the federal government has pursued a predominantly reactive approach, essentially waiting to act until left with no other choice. Canadians have been asked to remain in a “holding pattern” of varying degrees of lockdown for over five months. We were told ... Full Article

Conservative Statement on US Aluminum Tariffs

Conservative Statement on US Aluminum Tariffs August 6, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA – Randy Hoback, Shadow Minister for International Trade, Leona Alleslev, Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, Colin Carrie, Shadow Minister for Canada-U.S. Relations, and Richard Martel, Member of ... Full Article