July 15, 2019

Annual KDays Community Barbecue

It is my pleasure as your Member of Parliament for Edmonton Riverbend to host our annual community BBQ to bring the community together in celebration of KDays. Each year it is my privilege to greet community members at the BBQ, and I invite you to come and enjoy a hot dog or hamburger. Last year we had close to 1,000 …

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July 12, 2019

Trudeau still failing to get federal infrastructure projects built

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EDMONTON, AB – Matt Jeneroux, Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Communities, and Urban Affairs, issued the following statement on Justin Trudeau’s recent comments blaming provincial governments for failed federal infrastructure projects during a visit to Edmonton: “Justin Trudeau’s recent comments blaming the provinces for his failure to get federal infrastructure projects built is just one more example of …

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July 12, 2019

STATEMENT Trudeau continues to come up short on Trans Mountain: Jeneroux

EDMONTON, AB – Matt Jeneroux, the Member of Parliament for Edmonton Riverbend, releases the following statement regarding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to the Trans Mountain Expansion Project today in Edmonton: “Today, the Prime Minister is in Edmonton to rally Liberal support before the upcoming federal election. His presence here in Edmonton at the Trans Mountain Expansion Project doesn’t excuse …

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July 2, 2019

Canada Day 2019

It was great to join so many events in our community on Canada Day this year. Thank you everyone who took the time to come say hi on a very rainy July 1.

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June 24, 2019

Liberals’ grand infrastructure plan fell short

By MP Matt Jeneroux, Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Communities and Urban Affairs Earlier this year, the Liberal government boasted of their commitment to Canadian municipalities as the reason why they allocated a $2.2-billion “top up” in municipal transfers to fund short-term infrastructure needs. However, this was not a commitment but rather an admission of the failure of their grand infrastructure …

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June 20, 2019

MP Matt Jeneroux hosts annual Father’s Day on the Hill event to raise awareness about men’s mental health

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA, ON – Member of Parliament Matt Jeneroux hosted his annual Father’s Day on the Hill: Conversations About Mental Health event to raise awareness for mental health in young men and fathers. The event, co-hosted with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, was held on Parliament Hill on Wednesday, June 12. Jeneroux started hosting the event because …

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May 16, 2019

Private Members’ Motion promotes the sharing of research

NEWS RELEASE OTTAWA, ON – A Private Members’ Motion put forth by MP Matt Jeneroux proposes that all federally-funded research should be subject to a universal open access policy. Currently, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) must provide their research to the public …

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May 10, 2019

Infrastructure money not benefitting Edmonton: Jeneroux

STATEMENT May 10, 2019 EDMONTON, AB – MP Matt Jeneroux, the Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Communities and Urban Affairs, releases the below statement following the visit of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Edmonton: “Today, the Prime Minister was in Edmonton to announce a gas tax funding top-up for the city. This one-time allotment is happening only because the Liberals bungled …

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May 9, 2019

Liberals’ infrastructure plan has been all talk, no action: Jeneroux

STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA, ON –Matt Jeneroux, Conservative Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Communities and Urban Affairs, released the following statement regarding the Minister of Infrastructure’s update on the federal government’s Investing in Canada Plan: “The Liberals’ infrastructure plan hasn’t been delivered as advertised. During the 2015 election campaign, the Prime Minister promised Canadians he would run modest deficits in order …

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