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February 14, 2020

Auditor General of Canada Confirms Investigation into the Liberal Government’s Infrastructure Plan

Luc Berthold, Conservative Shadow Minister for Infrastructure and Communities, issued the following statement after receiving confirmation from the Office of the Auditor General of Canada that they will conduct an audit of the Liberal government’s Investing in Canada Plan: “Yesterday, I was pleased to receive a letter from Sylvain Ricard, the...

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February 13, 2020

Conservative Statement on Huawei and Canada’s 5G Network

Pierre Paul-Hus, Conservative Shadow Minister for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and Glen Motz Associate Shadow Minister for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, issued the following statement today regarding Huawei and Canada’s 5G network: “For months the Trudeau Liberals have ignored Canada’s security agencies and refused to take a position on...

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January 31, 2020

Canada’s Conservatives Deliver Results in First Week of Parliamentary Session

The Hon. Candice Bergen, House Leader for Canada’s Official Opposition, released the following statement highlighting the accomplishments of Canada’s Conservatives during the first week of the parliamentary session: “This week, we made it clear to the Trudeau Liberals that there will be no free rides this parliamentary session. Through our actions...

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January 31, 2020

Conservative Petition Supporting Canadian Firearms Owners Now Largest e-Petition in Canadian History

An online petition sponsored by Glen Motz, Member of Parliament for Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner and Associate Shadow Minister for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, that opposes the Liberals’ plan to ban ‘military-style assault rifles’ through an Order in Council and bypass the democratic process of the House of Commons has become...

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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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