Member of Parliament for Cambridge
Thank you for visiting my website – it’s a pleasure to write to you as your Member of Parliament. My focus will always be on our riding, and providing you with assistance to help with any Federal concerns you have. I want to keep in touch with you and I hope that this website is useful in that way. I also want to know your views on current topics, so please do not hesitate to reach out to my office with any questions you may have.
I was sworn-in as Member of Parliament in November 2015, and I’ve been hard at work representing you in Ottawa and serving you in Cambridge.
Since then, I’ve been elected Chair of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development, and Status of Persons with Disabilities. I sit on two standing committees, two subcommittee, five parliamentary associations and groups, and multiple issue-based and regional caucuses. I have also introduced a Private Member’s Bill to provide a tax credit to individuals who take first aid and CPR training courses.
As an MP, I have been splitting my time between Cambridge and the House of Commons. A few people have asked how much time I will be spending in the riding compared to Ottawa. My goal is always to focus on our community and I will be meeting and helping constituents in Cambridge as much as possible. Typically, I am always in Cambridge whenever the House of Commons is not in session.
My office is always able to assist you with any federal government matters, and I am happy to hear your concerns. To reach me, please contact the Cambridge community office.
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