Dan speaks with MP Gérard Deltell to talk about the recent shooting in Quebec. Dan reviews much of the background on Wynn's Law with MP Michael Cooper. He also discusses concerns about mortgage changes with Paul Taylor from Mortgage Professionals Canada by the Liberals which has had large economic, consumer and competitive impacts on Canadians.
17 January 2017: Reflecting on some of the parliamentary goings-on in Ottawa and gearing up for 2017
Dan tries a different format for this podcast and covers some of his activities over the past year as well as some of its highs and lows.
Dan and Randy discuss many of the issues related to the Canada--United States relationship particularly when it comes to the border and how it affects Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola.
Dan touches on his work at the Finance committee, a Conservative motion to support vulnerable Yazidis women and girls, and how CETA is in Canada's long term interests.
Dan was recently asked to speak to a local Rotary Club on what life is like in Opposition. There is life in opposition and it can benefit our country, particularly if MPs make it a priority to do so.
While media organizations both large and small struggle to adapt to new business models and declining advertising revenues, the Government of Canada is increasing its subsidy to the CBC. Would a commercial free CBC help struggling media organizations with their bottom line?
This week I breakdown the Government of Canada's recent changes on mortgages, and how they can impact you.
I regularly post a new podcast where I break down the issues, and give you my thoughts on the current goings-on in Ottawa.