Mike was busy this weekend, with plenty of Christmas celebrations in the riding. On Friday night, after flying in from Ottawa, Mike had the opportunity to participate in the Wetaskiwin Fire Fighters’ Santa Claus Parade. He then did a presentation with his son, Jaden, at the Wetaskiwin Seniors Centre before closing the evening at the County of Wetaskiwin Christmas Banquet. On Saturday evening, the City of Leduc held their annual Santa Claus Parade. Both parades were terrific successes, with great weather and large crowds coming together to celebrate the Christmas season. Mike and Jaden enjoyed waving to the parade-goers, and Jaden even got to give out some high-fives!
Sharing my positive Conservative vision for Canada where taxes are low, government is limited, opportunity is equal, freedom is shared, and people are put first.
Canada’s Conservatives are strong, ready and here for Canada.
Je partage ma vision conservatrice positive d’un Canada où les impôts sont bas, le gouvernement est limité, les possibilités sont égales, la liberté est partagée et les gens sont traités en priorité.
Les conservateurs du Canada sont forts, prêts et là pour le Canada. ... See MoreSee Less
I think he will be the next prime minister...I think any one would be better than a Liberal but Andrew but seems to be far above average.
i hope he gets rid of former ISIS fighters
If you want to be taken seriously dont always smile without any reason. Practice it you can do it. Save the smile for appropriate occasion. Then you will look like a Statesman not like a high school kid selling chocoletes.
He was brilliant!
Panel discussion on Bill C-81 - @MikeLakeMP @R_Boissonnault Steven Estey & Megan #VADConference2018
Thanks for making #SonOfACritch a Best Seller for the second week in a row! @stephenharper beat me this week, though. Now I know how Paul Martin felt.
Always inspired by @MikeLakeMP’s story & leadership for Canadians with developmental disabilities.
Great to chat at Queens Park alongside @AmyFeePC & @JR_Ottawa on how our government can meaningfully improve the quality of life of Ontarians living with autism.
@MikeLakeMP: "It's clear that Canadians, through the provincial elections, are stating their opposition to the carbon tax in big numbers," he said. "This is the absolute cornerstone of their climate plan, and it's disintegrating around them."
Canadians voted for a carbon tax, Trudeau says as provincial blowback grows
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians gave his government a mandate in the last election to implement a national carbon price and that is exact...