• Let's Ease up on Criminals?!

    Just got back from a meeting with my good friend, Rob Nicholson and he’s working on the Liberals new crime bill. Which to be perfectly blunt, is going to make life a lot easier for a lot of ...

  • Summer Jobs – Post Votes

    On March 19 Members of Parliament from all political parties voted on this Conservative Motion in the House of Commons: That, in the opinion of the House, organizations that engage in ...

  • Standing Up for SK Officers

    Mr. Speaker: Over 40 per cent of the correctional officers on duty at the Regional Psychiatric Centre in Saskatoon are on workers’ compensation because they were attacked by inmates. According ...

Brad speaking on Marijuana

For info referenced in Brad’s speech click here   Mr. Brad Trost (Saskatoon—University, CPC): Madam Speaker, I am going to enjoy getting involved in this debate, having listened ...

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Invite Brad

Invite Brad to attend your community event. Brad appreciates the opportunity to attend local events whenever possible. Send your request by email to brad.trost.c1@parl.gc.ca or use the Contact form

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Traveling Abroad

Planing a trip abroad? Be prepared. Expect the unexpected. Find information about destinations, travel documents, travel health, returning to Canada and much more at travel.gc.ca. Need assistance ...

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Let’s Ease Up On Criminals?!?!

Just got back from a meeting with my good friend, Rob Nicholson and he’s working on the Liberals new crime bill. Which to be perfectly blunt, is going to make life a lot easier for a lot of criminals. Because this Liberal Bill reduces the penalty for the following offences, indictable ... Full Article

Humboldt Broncos – Gone, but not forgeotten

Monday was a strange day in the House of Commons. Most of the MP’s wore hockey jerseys, a lone hockey stick sat in front of the doors of the House of Commons and MP’s remembered the young hockey players of that horrible tragedy of just a few days ago. It was a horrible thing, that […] Full Article

#BuildKM & Bubble Zones

Two recent problems in Canada; building the Kinder Morgan Pipeline, as well as dealing with the Bubble Zones in Ontario and Alberta, that were put in by the Liberals and NDP, and solutions for them both. “On the way to Ottawa here, I was thinking about two stories that I saw in the news. ... Full Article

Celebrating National Grain Week

I am happy to be celebrating #NationalGrainWeek. Ever since my days on the farm, I have been proud to stand with my fellow farmers and producers. To each and every one of you, thank you! Full Article

Yom HaShoah 2018

Yom HaShoah, also known as Holocaust Remembrance Day, occurs on the 27th of Nisan. Shoah, which means catastrophe or utter destruction in Hebrew, refers to the atrocities that were committed against the Jewish people during World War II. This is a memorial day for those who died in the Shoah. ... Full Article

Targeting Law-Abiding Citizens, not Criminals & Gangs

Liberals + firearms legislation = zero trust by Canadians. This Liberal legislation fails to tackle the main cause of virtually all gun crime in Canada; criminals and gangs who use guns to commit violent crimes. Remember, ZERO focus has been placed on targeting these criminals and gangs. This ... Full Article

Responsible Resource Development

The Liberals are pushing through Bill C-69–a big, 400 page piece of legislation that will threaten the livelihood of almost 1 million energy workers across Canada, and thousands of other people across the country who are employed in spinoff industries. C-69, if it becomes law, will allow ... Full Article

Facebook Privacy Breach

Facebook Privacy Breaches The Canadian Press is reporting that the Liberals employed Christopher Wylie, the individual who admitted to helping political parties score electoral wins by exploiting the private information of millions of Facebook users. Yesterday, the Liberals released a statement ... Full Article

Liberals Failing Canadians…

Given the prime minister has supported a claim that the invitation issued to convicted attempted murderer was the work of a foreign government attempting to interfere in Canadian foreign relations, while others in the government, including the Minister of Foreign Affairs, claimed that the ... Full Article