Brad’s Radio Commentary

Brad’s commentary on a variety of issues. Click on the link to hear the clip that played on local radio.

Pot Legislation

Last summer the smell of marijuana drifted into my backyard. Someone had been smoking pot near my house. If the Trudeau Liberals have their way, that’s a smell that will become more frequent for the residents of Saskatoon. Marijuana may ... Full Article


‘Investments’ is a favorite word among politicians when they want to spend your money. It is used to camouflage all kind of government expenditures that stop you from investing your money where it earns you the best return. There is only one ... Full Article

Liberal Spending

Early in march the Trudeau Liberals announced they were going to be giving 20 million dollars of Canadian tax payers’ money to help fund abortions around the world. With all the legitimate needs in foreign aid, one has to wonder why the ... Full Article

Trost on Canada- U.S. Relations

Donald Trump says he wants to bring back timber jobs to the United States; Canada gets asked to join a missile defence system, and then there is country of origin labelling. Three separate issues normally dealt with by three separate ... Full Article

Communicating with Constituents

2015, June 11 – SP0994 As a Member of Parliament, I work hard to communicate with my constituents – public events, open houses, mailers, Facebook, and this radio column are all ways I strive to keep in touch, but I can’t do my ... Full Article

Non-partisan Politics

June 4, 2015 – SP0697 The other week a University student dropped in to get to know me, as Member of Parliament. In the course of our visit it was noted that I’m the most conservative of conservative MP’s and also one of the ... Full Article

The Registered Disabilities Savings Plan

The Registered Disabilities Savings Plan exists for families who have a child with severe physical or mental challenges. The plan helps ensure that a child with severe challenges is provided for when parents are no longer able to provide ... Full Article

New Home Accessibility Tax Credit

One of the overlooked items in last month’s Conservative budget was the New Home Accessibility Tax Credit for seniors and persons with disabilities. This 15% tax credit will apply on up to $10,000 dollars of eligible home renovation ... Full Article

National March for Life

Today is the National March for Life in Ottawa – a celebration of pro-life values. I realize that questions involving the rights of the unborn are some of the most polarizing in Canadian politics. But I didn’t become a Member of ... Full Article

Lowering Taxes on Families

Justin Trudeau is promising to raise taxes on parents. For a couple with children where one person earns $84,000 a year and the other spouse earns $36,000 a year, the family tax plan is worth $1,800 a year – and Justin Trudeau wants to ... Full Article