Randy Kerr

November Community News

ear {name}, As this is the last newsletter of the year, let me start by wishing you a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year. However you celebrate, I hope you get time with your families and loved ones.  The NDP-Liberals continue to punish Canadians for trying to live their lives. After PM …

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September Community News

Welcome to Fall. It is certainly off to a beautiful start. Before we get into my report from Ottawa, I want to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving.  The House of Commons resumed in September and the fireworks started immediately because there are some major issues being debated that directly affect most Canadians: The …

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March Community News

I think that I can sum up March in just a few words – the Liberal scandal over foreign elections interference and the recent budget.  The Liberals and the Prime Minister in particular made the most extraordinary efforts to try to distract, divide and cover-up his failure to protect Canadians from foreign interference. They filibustered a …

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December Community News

I hope you all had a Merry Christmas and I wish you and yours the best for a Happy and Successful New Year in 2023. I hope you managed to put aside all of our worries and found some time to spend with your families.  As we begin this New Year, I am still working …

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November Community News

Lest We Forget  It is that time of year when we reflect on the sacrifices of those who gave their lives in defence of our country. They fought for freedom so that we may enjoy the peace we have today.  We take the time on November 11 to pause and remember those sacrifices. We may …

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October Community News

Fall is here and the House of Commons has resumed sitting again. At the start of every new session, I find myself grateful to the residents of Calgary Forest Lawn for sending me here to represent your interests.  We are also starting this session with our newly elected Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre. The issues we are …

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April Community News

Happy Spring to everyone. It feels like the weather has been improving but it is Calgary so we all know that we’re not out of the snow yet.  The war in Ukraine continues to occupy a great deal of our time in Ottawa. This past week, I introduced a motion in Committee and then the …

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December Community News

House to House E-Newsletter Finally, the House of Commons is back in session. The Liberals have appointed a new Cabinet and then delivered their Throne Speech last week to start the new legislative session. It was very disappointing to see the Trudeau government fully entrench their anti-natural resource development, anti-economic development policies into the government …

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November Community News

  House to House E-Newsletter Dear reader, November is here and Parliament will finally resume on November 22nd. It is a little disappointing that it has taken the Liberal government two months to recall Parliament after the ‘urgent’ election back in September. However, the Conservative opposition is ready to go to work holding the government …

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October Community News

House to House E-Newsletter Dear reader, Let me start this month’s newsletter by saying Thank You to the voters of Calgary Forest Lawn for re-electing me to be your representative in the House of Commons. Being your Member of Parliament for the last two years is the greatest honour of my life and I am …

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