Yorkton — Melville

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June 25, 2020

Back to Work Bonus - Andrew Scheer announces Conservative proposal to help workers and local businesses as they reopen

Ottawa, ON – The Hon. Andrew Scheer, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives and of the Official Opposition, today announced the Back to Work Bonus, a Conservative proposal to make the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) more flexible and generous.“Since the pandemic began, Conservatives have been putting forward constructive solutions to help...

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June 19, 2020

Andrew Scheer Statement on Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor

Ottawa, ON – The Honourable Andrew Scheer, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives and of the Official Opposition, issued the following statement regarding the charges laid by the Chinese government against Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor:“It’s been 18 months since Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor were arbitrarily and unlawfully detained by the...

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June 01, 2020

Liberals must use PMPRB delay to ensure Canadians can access life-saving medications: Jeneroux

EDMONTON, AB – Matt Jeneroux, Conservative Shadow Minister for Health and Member of Parliament for Edmonton Riverbend, responded to today’s Patented Medicines Prices Review Board (PMPRB) announcement and called on the Liberal government to consult with patients to ensure all Canadians can access life-saving medications. “I’m relieved that the voices of patients have been heard and the government has decided...

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May 29, 2020

Conservatives Respond to Privacy Commissioner’s Alarming Testimony

OTTAWA, ON - The Hon. Michelle Rempel Garner, Shadow Minister for Industry and Economic Development, and MP Jeremy Patzer, issued the following statement regarding alarming testimony delivered by the Privacy Commissioner Therrien to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology: “As we know, the Prime Minister has said that he will...

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Cathay Wagantall

Meet Your MP

Cathay Wagantall grew up one of six siblings in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan where she met and married her husband Marty.  Upon graduating high school Cathay attended the University of Saskatchewan on full scholarship and the couple travelled Canada on a Music team where they experienced the rich diversity of Canadians. In their early years the couple were privileged to travel to Delhi, India, where they worked and built friendships in the Dalit community.

Throughout her life Cathay’s has endeavored to seek and follow the path that the Lord has set for her.  Inheriting an entrepreneurial spirit from her parents Cathay has owned a lumber yard and a printing business so she is personally aware of the challenges that job creators face in our economy. Blessed to be a mother of three and a grandmother of ten she is also well aware of the challenges that Canadian families are facing today.

In Parliament, M.P. Wagantall serves as Deputy Shadow Minister for Veterans Affairs, advocating for the respect and care of our veterans and she is a leading voice for research into the damaging effects of the anti-malarial drug, Mefloquine. In her first months as an elected parliamentarian she sponsored Bill 225 – Cassie & Molly’s Law – a bill that sought to create new offenses for injuring or causing the death of a pre-born child while committing a criminal offense against a pregnant woman. 

Cathay is proud to be the Chair of the Canadian National Prayer Breakfast, 2019 - 2022.

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