Reports From Parliament

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Report from Parliament

October 28, 2014

Allow me to express my appreciation to those individuals who took the time to voice their concern regarding my health and well-being in the aftermath of the events of the week of October 19th. Thank-you. Let us all pay tribute to two outstanding Canadians who served their country as members of Canada’s military, Warrant Officer […]


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Report from Parliament

August 28, 2014

I hope everyone had an enjoyable summer. Thank-you to all who attended the various constituency clinics that have been held throughout our Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke riding. Whether it was just to drop by and say hi, or to share an interest or concern, I appreciate the opportunity of you letting me know what is on your mind. […]


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Report From Parliament

July 2, 2014

One of the great successes of the Federal Conservative Government has been our championing of Canadian goods, products and services to the rest of the world. We have accomplished this by promoting Canada as a free-trading nation and the signing of a record number of international trade agreements. The irony of this accomplishment is that […]


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Report from Parliament

March 13, 2014

With winter temperatures being colder than usual these past several months, my office has received many angry phone calls from constituents about their electricity bills. Unfortunately, electricity rates are set by the provincial government in Toronto. Our two independent power utility companies here in the Ottawa Valley, Ottawa River Power Corporation, (ORPC) which serves Pembroke, […]


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Report From Parliament

February 6, 2014

The treatment of soldiers and veterans has been receiving some additional attention lately. I am pleased to correct the record when it comes to the decision to expand the services provided to veterans by merging eight under-used veteran’s affairs offices with Service Canada and its 650 points of service across Canada. There will be no […]


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Cheryl Gallant Welcomes Speech from the Throne

October 17, 2013

As the Member of Parliament for Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke, I was pleased to hear the plan laid out by the Government of Canada in the Speech from the Throne. During the summer and early fall, I met with constituents throughout our riding, gathering input on measures the Federal Government should take to grow jobs and create prosperity […]


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Report from Parliament

October 10, 2013

As preparations for the fall sitting of Parliament are underway, Women’s History Month 2013 is being celebrated. The theme for 2013 is Canadian Women Pioneers: Inspiring Change Through Ongoing Leadership. During the month of October, the Government of Canada will be highlighting women’s participation and leadership in various fields, including science and technology, engineering and […]


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Are you wired?

August 3, 2013

Over the past few weeks I have been conducting Constituency Clinics in the remote areas of the riding. The most frequently asked question I’m getting is when cell phone coverage and highspeed internet are coming. If you have listened to the radio, read a newspaper, or watched TV this week, you know that the whole […]


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Cheryl Gallant Calls for Transparency in the Reclassification of Firearms

June 20, 2013

Ottawa, Ontario – Cheryl Gallant, MP for Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke, has formally written to the Minister of Public Safety, the Honourable Vic Toews, requesting the creation of a Firearms Experts Technical Committee. This committee would be tasked to deal with issues relating to the regulation of the Firearms Act, including the reclassification of firearms. “I am concerned […]


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Report From Parliament: Making Canada Stronger

April 8, 2013

Just before Parliament rose for the Easter constituency weeks four bills received Royal  Assent. The First Nations Financial Transparency Act is something that First Nation communities have long demanded. Like all Canadians, First Nations Peoples deserve accountability and transparency from their leadership. Until this law was passed, First Nation governments operating under the Indian Act […]


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