Federal Leaders with Ethics & Integrity

Canadians expect their federal leaders to hold themselves to a high ethical standard. They are entrusted with preserving the public good, managing our tax dollars and representing us on the world stage. They must have elected officials that reflect our values of honour and integrity.

Canadians were shocked to hear the explosive testimony of former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould on the SNC-Lavalin affair earlier this year. Her story was one of inappropriate, and potentially illegal pressure placed on her by the Prime Minister and his top officials – all to let a connected corporation off the hook on corruption charges.

Not only has the Prime Minister and his office been rocked by the SNC scandal, but there are also questions that remain over the breach of trust charge levelled against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, who was only doing his job to ensure the Royal Canadian Navy received a desperately needed supply ship.

The Prime Minister is failing to meet the obligations of his high office. If he will not stand up to protect the rule of law, the fundamental nature of our democracy is compromised.

I encourage you to click through the links below to see what I have been doing as the Member of Parliament to ensure this important federal priority is heard in the riding and in Ottawa.

Articles & Newsletters


July 2020 MP Report– From We to “Me, Me, Me”: How the Liberals are eroding Canada’s democracy

May 2019 – Letter to the Editor – In defence of democracy: Justin Trudeau accused again of interfering in a criminal investigation

March 2019 MP’s Report – Fighting for Democracy and the Truth on SNC-Lavalin


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Question Period- 43rd Session of Parliament 

National Defence Committee – Admiral Norman

Questions in the House – Admiral Norman

Marathon Voting to get the Truth on SNC-Lavalin

Questions in the House – SNC-Lavalin