March 24, 2017

Analysis: Federal Liberal Budget impact on Edmonton Riverbend

On March 22, 2017, the Federal Liberals tabled their 2017 budget. Deficit For the second straight year, the Liberals have blown past their campaign promise to run a $10 billion “modest deficit” posting a record $28 billion deficit for 2017-18, with no plan to return to balance. Moreover, the budget raises taxes on everything from public transit, to Uber, to …

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March 21, 2017

Budget should focus on jobs

This week, the federal Liberals will be presenting their second high-tax, high deficit budget. Canadians across the country, and especially in Alberta, are tightening their belts as they face a tough job market and high cost of living. Canadians cannot afford any new taxes or spending that doesn’t create jobs. In the 2015 election, the Liberals promised prosperity and jobs, …

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March 21, 2017

MP Matt Jeneroux Tables Motion to Encourage Geothermal Development

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – March 21. 2017 OTTAWA- Matt Jeneroux, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Riverbend and Official Opposition Critic for Western Economic Diversification, has tabled M-122: A Motion to Support the Development of Geothermal in Canada. M-122 asks the Government to make the required legislative, regulatory and program changes in order to support the development of the geothermal industry …

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February 27, 2017

Conservatives Present the Alberta Jobs Taskforce Report

Alberta Jobs Task Force

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- February 27, 2017 Alberta – Today, the Hon. Rona Ambrose, Leader of the Opposition, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Critic, the Hon. Michelle Rempel (MP, Calgary-Nose Hill), Western Economic Diversification Critic, Matt Jeneroux (MP, Edmonton Riverbend), and Internal Trade Critic, John Barlow (MP, Foothills) released the Alberta Jobs Taskforce Report. This report is a response to the continued …

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January 29, 2017

MP Jeneroux responds to January 28, 2017 actions by Trump Administration

As politicians, we should strive to find shared values and not blanket with discrimination those who are fighting with us to protect our freedom at home and in the world. It’s blatantly wrong to prejudice based on nationality or religious beliefs. I want those who are raising families and contributing to a strong Canada to know that this is a …

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