• Thank you

    Thank you, residents of Edmonton Riverbend, for re-electing me as your Member of Parliament. I am thrilled to return to Ottawa to continue standing up for our community and all of Alberta.

STATEMENT: Remembering Brian Mulroney

Today we learned of the passing of former Prime Minister, The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney. His loss is profoundly felt by all who knew him and by the nation he served with such dedication and distinction. Brian Mulroney was not only a towering figure in Canadian politics but also a ... Full Article

STATEMENT: MP Jeneroux to Donate Mandated Pay Increase

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EDMONTON, AB – Matt Jeneroux, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Riverbend, released the following statement on the mandated pay increase all Members of Parliament will receive on April 1: “Once again, this year I will be donating this annual pay increase to local ... Full Article

Parliament resumes in 2024

With the dawn of a new year, Parliament is poised to resume active sessions on January 29, drawing MPs back to Ottawa for robust discussions and debates. This session will likely maintain a strong focus on the government’s response to Canada’s housing crisis and other affordability ... Full Article

2024 Tax Measure Changes

GST/HST exemptions, end of short-term rental deductions and CPP hikes are among new 2024 measures to be made aware of. Here are some of the changes happening:   Eliminating short-term rental deductions The federal government is now eliminating the tax break for short-term rentals like ... Full Article

Remembering Peter Elzinga

Mr. Peter Elzinga will be remembered by many in our community and leaves a legacy as both a former MLA and Member of Parliament. Please see my remarks in the House of Commons recognizing his contribution. Full Article

Update on the Fall Economic Statement

On Tuesday, November 21, the Government released it’s Fall Economic Statement. The statement is, in effect, a mini budget to continue Government aims in advance of the 2024 Budget. The statement shows that the government plans $20.8 billion in net new costs over six years. Unfortunately, ... Full Article