Chris Warkentin, MP

Serving the constituents of Grande Prairie-Mackenzie

 

Chris Warkentin, MP

Representing the constituents of Grande Prairie-Mackenzie in Ottawa

 

Chris Warkentin, MP

Serving the constituents of Grande Prairie-Mackenzie

 

Chris Warkentin, MP

Serving the constituents of Grande Prairie-Mackenzie

 

Chris Warkentin, MP

Serving the constituents of Grande Prairie-Mackenzie

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Welcome to my online office

I am so happy to have been given the honour of serving the constituents of Grande Prairie-Mackenzie.  I look forward to taking your ideas, passions and innovation to Ottawa.

Please contact me if you would like to discuss any issues or find out how I can serve you better.

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CONSTITUENCY OFFICE

#201, 10625 West Side Drive
Grande Prairie, Alberta
T8V 8E6
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 (780) 538-1677
 1-800-667-0456
 (780) 538-9257
 chris.warkentin.c1@parl.gc.ca

OTTAWA OFFICE

680 Valour Building
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0A6

(613) 992-5685
(613) 947-4782
chris.warkentin@parl.gc.ca

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WARKENTIN CALLS FOR MEANINGFUL ACTION ON TMXThe government must take meaningful action to begin construction on the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion after the cabinet decision to approve the project.

This is the third time the Liberals have approved this project. Without a plan for construction, this latest approval is meaningless.

Folks in the Peace Country would be forgiven if they don’t have high hopes for construction after this latest approval. The government has strung Canadians along on this job creating project,but no progress has been made since the first approval two and a half years ago.

The lack of leadership and political will to support our energy sector has shattered investor confidence and cost Canadians billions in economic activity.

On one hand, the government nationalized a pipeline and promised to expand it. On the other, the Prime Minister has said he wants to “phase out” Canada’s oil and gas sector. It’s no wonder private sector investment has fled and not an inch of new pipeline has been laid.

Our energy sector needs meaningful action, and Canada’s Conservatives will deliver it.

As Prime Minister, Andrew Scheer and a Conservative government will cancel the Trudeau carbon tax, repeal the No-More-Pipelines Bill C-69 and Oil-Export-Ban Bill C-48, establish clear timelines for approvals, eliminate foreign interference in the approvals process, and invoke federal jurisdiction when necessary.
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