Sign the Firearms petition E-2341 today

Petition E-2341 is now the largest online petition in Canadian history. Join over 145k Canadians in calling for Liberals to focus on criminals, not law-abiding firearms owners! Deadline is February 15, 2020. Sign the petition at www.e2341.ca. Full Article

Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID)

January 14, 2020 – MEDICINE HAT – This past September, a Quebec Superior Court struck down the existing provision in Canada’s law on medical assistance in dying (MAID) relating to the requirement that a patient’s death be reasonably foreseeable. As a result, the Government of Canada ... Full Article

Canada’s Fiscal Reality

January 3, 2020 – MP Motz – MH News Column – Optimism should be the key economic perspective for Canada as we enter a new decade. Unfortunately, the weight of enormous and growing federal debt, increased taxes and regulatory red tape are driving investment away. Combined with ... Full Article

Conservative Report on Rural Crime

Download PDF here: Dissenting report – Rural Crime – LONG – 2019-05 M-167: Rural Crime in Canada Dissenting Opinion from Conservative Members of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security Introduction When Alberta Member of Parliament ... Full Article

Escalating trade disputes impacting local producers

MEDICINE HAT – Glen Motz, Member of Parliament for Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner, says Canada’s month-long trade dispute with China over revoked canola seed export permits could have catastrophic impacts on Canadian farmers, including locally. “With 40 per cent of Canada’s overall canola ... Full Article

MP Media Availability Following Federal Budget 2019

MEDICINE HAT – Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner Member of Parliament Glen Motz will be available for comment following the federal government’s tabling of Budget 2019 in the House of Commons on March 19th. Media are invited to participate in a teleconference with MP Motz at the Constituency ... Full Article

Trudeau action needed now on Canada-China canola dispute

Recently, the Chinese government cancelled the canola import permit for one of Canada’s largest grain processors, Winnipeg-based Richardson International, citing insect infestation concerns. Conservatives know that the issue at hand is not Canada’s canola product. Canada produces ... Full Article