Ottawa - Last week, Shannon Stubbs, Member of Parliament for Lakeland and Official Opposition Deputy Critic for Natural Resources, challenged the Liberals on their proposed ISIL mission, which includes the withdrawal of Canada’s fighter jets from the air combat operation without explanation.
“As Canadians express their strong appreciation to the thousands of men and women who continue to put their lives on the line to fight for freedom and human rights, the Liberal government's approach is incoherent,” said M.P. Stubbs. “It seems to lack not only the proper consideration and evidence required for military decisions, but is devoid of common sense.”
Ottawa- Yesterday, Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Natural Resources to answer questions about his mandate and actions he and his government have taken to date.
“For decades, Canada's energy innovation and regulatory best practices and enforcement, particularly those from Alberta, have been exported to and adopted in oil-producing regions around the world,” said Shannon Stubbs, Member of Parliament for Lakeland. “The Minister did not mention this as he addressed the committee, while addressing Canada’s strengths in other sectors of our natural resource development.”
OTTAWA – Today, Shannon Stubbs, Member of Parliament for Lakeland and Official Opposition Deputy Critic for Natural Resources and John Barlow, Member of Parliament for Foothills and Official Opposition Deputy Critic of Employment, Workforce and Labour condemned the Liberal government’s lack of action in support of the tens of thousands of energy workers in Alberta who have been hit hardest by the historic downturn in Canada’s energy sector.
OTTAWA – Today, Shannon Stubbs, Member of Parliament for Lakeland and Official Opposition Deputy Critic for Natural Resources, pressed the Liberal government on their commitment to supporting the tens of thousands of energy workers in Alberta who have been hit hardest by the historic downturn in Canada’s energy sector.
In his response, Veterans Affairs Minister and Member of Parliament for Calgary Centre Kent Hehr said that people are “refreshed by the new approach of this government… [and] they’re happy that we are in charge”. He even suggested M.P. Stubbs visit Calgary to speak to these happy Albertans herself.
Ottawa--Today, Shannon Stubbs, MP, asked the first question in the first session of the 42nd Parliament, on behalf of the Conservative Official Opposition. Replying to the Speech from the Throne, Stubbs spoke about the outsized contributions made by the people and businesses of Lakeland to all of Canada, and about the challenges facing the energy sector in Alberta.
Two Hills, AB – On Friday, November 20th, the Hon. Rona Ambrose, Leader of the Official Opposition and Interim Leader of the federal Conservative Party, announced the Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet. Shannon Stubbs, Member of Parliament for Lakeland, was named Deputy Critic for Natural Resources.