Proud to Serve the Community in Hard Times
Herald - August 21st 2020
"Conservatives are not ones to give up easily, and I have worked tirelessly over these past five difficult months to make important changes to Liberal programs that were needed by our community."
It's Time To Celebrate our Resilience
Herald - June 29th 2020
"People from all walks of life have stepped up to the challenge in a true spirit of Canadian resilience and innovation to help us through the first wave."
Working to Represent your Interests
Herald - June 8th 2020
"Everyone has felt the impact of the pandemic in one way or another, and the uncertainty of the future has left many of us with a significant sense of unease."
Critical Projects Delayed for Far to Long
Herald - February 27th 2020
"I have met with several provincial cabinet ministers, Winnipeg city councillors, and the mayors of East St. Paul and West St. Paul, to discuss how we can work together to bring much-needed infrastructure dollars to our community. "
"How are Canadians supposed to have confidence in the Prime Minister when he is being investigated for a third ethics violation and the WE charity scandal is still being investigated? Canadians deserve better."
Throne Speech Must Take a Prudent Approach
Herald - September 18th 2020
Grow-ops Threaten Community Well-Being, Residents say
Herald - October 9th 2020
"Kildonan-St. Paul MP Raquel Dancho claims part of the problem is Health Canada is blocking law enforcement from accessing essential information needed to perform investigations."
New Ways to Commemorate, Remember Veterans
Herald - November 13th 2020
"This year, Remembrance Day ceremonies looked quite different, A the ongoing pandemic meant we were not able to gather as a community to hold Remembrance Day ceremonies for the first time in 100 years."
We Got Through 2020 by Supporting Each Other
Herald - January 15th 2021
"Through the challenges, the community has shown how resilient we are. Countless local charitable groups, places of worship, seniors’ centres, private citizens and small businesses have stepped up and adapted to the pandemic to help out our neighbours in need."
"Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to meet with incredible local organizations that provide physical, spiritual and mental health supports to our community’s most vulnerable. Harvest Manitoba, formerly Winnipeg Harvest, will prepare thousands of hampers to be distributed across Manitoba."
Help Support Those in Need in Our Community
Herald - December 10th 2020
"Vaccines are an important tool to help us get back to normal and protect those most vulnerable to COVID-19.
I have heard from many of you who are increasingly frustrated by the delays in vaccine delivery and by the continued restrictions."
Canadians Deserve Clarity on Vaccine Delivery
Herald - February 10th 2021