The following is an excerpt of an interview with Dan Muys by Brenda Jefferies for Flamborough Today – a new online publication in Waterdown and Flamborough, which includes the former editor of the Flamborough Review. Originally published Feb 27, 2024 Everywhere he looks, Dan Muys sees potential. The Flamborough MP, on a break last week […]
As I look back at 2023, it remains my honour to serve and advocate forthe people and communities that make up Flambrough-Glanbrook. We know all too well the pain and uncertainty people are facing as they are being squeezed past what they can bear. Which is why common sense Conservatives continue to fight for what
Once again, winter is coming and Conservatives are calling on the government to remove the Carbon Tax from all forms of home heating for all Canadians. Last year, every motion put forward by the Conservatives – removing the tax from all home heating, removing the HST, and taking the tax off home heating oil –
Last month, the Liberals released their Fall Economic Statement, the latest chance for them to reign in spending, balance the budget, and start bringing down inflation and interest rates. Instead, it increased government spending by $20 billion, resulting in prices, rates, taxes, and debt going up. This will keep inflation and interest rates higher than
After 8 years of the Trudeau Liberals, housing costs have doubled – the average mortgage payment used to be $1,432. Now, it’s over $3,500. Before, it took 25 years to pay off a mortgage – now, it takes 25 years just to save for a downpayment. Things have gotten so bad that some families are
My team and I are always striving to better represent you and one of the best ways we can do that is to hear your feedback. Take a moment to fill out our Fall 2023 Community Survey – the results of which I will personally share in Parliament so this NDP-Liberal government knows exactly what Canadians are struggling with.
Common Sense Conservatives know how much Canadians are struggling to afford a home, buy groceries, fill up their cars, and feel safe on the streets. We have a plan to bring it home and restore the Canada we all know and love.
In my first speech in Parliament (and a few times since), I cited a study by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) which found that Canada will record the lowest level of per-person GDP growth among the 32 advanced economies in the world for the next three decades. Worse than Italy and Greece
Farmers and farm families are amazing people. They grapple with weather, markets, weeds, pests, taxes and red tape among the many challenges they face in any growing year. Yet they love the land, are passionate about farming, and couldn’t imagine any other life. This time of year we’re reminded daily that Flamborough and Glanbrook have
On Friday, in Churchill Park in Hamilton, many gathered at the invitation of the Hamilton Jewish Federation & Margaret’s Legacy, including students from the Hamilton Hebrew Academy, to celebrate the newly installed monument, “Be:longings” in honour and memory of Raoul Wallenberg. I was overwhelmed and struck by the experience.