• Hometown Hockey Charity Game

        This is exciting news! On Saturday February 23 and Sunday, February 24, Hometown Hockey will be coming to Okotoks. To help celebrate the event I’ll be hosting an outdoor ...

  • Waterton Lakes National Park receives Federal Government funding

    The Federal Government announced $20.9 million in funding for Waterton Lakes National Park to support the recovery from the 2017 Kenow Wildfire. This funding will go a long way to rebuilding ...

  • December column

    Everyone has their favourite room. The Parliamentary Restaurant, the Senate, Hall of Honour, the Memorial Chamber and certainly the House of Commons. As I write this column and think about ...

Virtual Tour of Parliament

Each year, over 400,000 people tour the Parliament buildings in Ottawa, including many of my constituents from Macleod. However, since many people are unable to visit Ottawa in person, I am ...

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611 3rd St SW, Black Diamond

    This is exciting news! On Saturday February 23 and Sunday, February 24, Hometown Hockey will be coming to Okotoks. To help celebrate the event I’ll be hosting an outdoor charity hockey game in support of children’s organizations. The game will feature local celebrities, ... Full Article

Waterton Lakes National Park receives Federal Government funding

The Federal Government announced $20.9 million in funding for Waterton Lakes National Park to support the recovery from the 2017 Kenow Wildfire. This funding will go a long way to rebuilding damaged infrastructure and assist in the recovery of the beautiful landscape. It is imperative to repair ... Full Article

December column

Everyone has their favourite room. The Parliamentary Restaurant, the Senate, Hall of Honour, the Memorial Chamber and certainly the House of Commons. As I write this column and think about everything I am thankful for I am truly blessed to be sitting in one of my favourite rooms in the entire ... Full Article

Liberals have no plan to return to balance 2018

The Liberal’s have tabled their Fall Economic Statement for 2018. The Finance Minister confirmed the Liberals are borrowing $18 billion this year, and almost $20 billion next year, to pay for their out-of-control spending and they have no plan to balance the budget. Ever. The take away from ... Full Article

Toward a Safer Alberta – AB Rural Crime Task Force Report

Nearly one year ago, Conservative Members of Parliament representing constituencies across Alberta formed a dedicated Task Force to address the growing issue of rural crime. Over the last 12 months, these MPs have met with constituents, community groups, provincial representatives and law ... Full Article

Liberal Carbon Tax Scheme Unveiled

This week, the Liberals unveiled their job-killing carbon tax scheme, forcing Canadians living in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick to pay Trudeau’s carbon tax. John Barlow, Member of Parliament for Foothills, issued the following statement in response: “This carbon tax ... Full Article

MP Barlow’s Statement on TransMountain

FOOTHILLS, AB – The Trans Mountain pipeline is a critical project for Alberta, but also essential for our country and for our economy. With the Federal Court of Appeal ruling to overturn Ottawa’s approvals for the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project, this is quickly becoming the ... Full Article

Alberta families cannot afford the Liberal carbon tax

After months making the ridiculous argument a federal carbon tax would improve competitiveness, attract global investment and create new jobs Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government is now admitting its proposed tax grab is a failure. Earlier this month Trudeau announced he was walking back on ... Full Article

Open Letter to Minister Lawrence MacAulay on CPTPP

July 24, 2018 The Honourable Lawrence MacAulay Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food 1341 Baseline Road Tower 7, Floor 9, Room 149 Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C5 Dear Minister, Japan, Mexico and Singapore have now ratified the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership ... Full Article