• Alberta’s Team In Ottawa

  • Environment Plan

    Read the full Conservative Environment Plan   Andrew Leach, Energy and Environmental Economist, Associate Professor at the Alberta School of Business at the University of Alberta    ...

  • Vote Now

    Participate in the monthly online poll to make sure your views are heard. You can vote by completing the survey on the right-hand side of the page.


Make a Difference

Make A Difference In Parliament, each Member of Parliament may have the opportunity to introduce a piece of legislation through a process known as a Private Member’s Bill. While there are no limits on the subject of the legislation, it can not be used to call on the government to introduce ... Full Article

Parliamentary Internship Programme

Are you interested in a ten-month paid career-starting work experience on Parliament Hill? Each year the Parliamentary Internship Programme selects 10 young professionals from across Canada to do paid, full-time work in the offices of Members of Parliament in Ottawa. The Interns pick their own ... Full Article

Internet for Good

The Telus Internet for Good program helps Canadians in need access the internet with affordable plans that start at $9.95/month for unlimited access with up to 25 megabits per second. This program is targeted at low-income seniors and families, youth aging out of care and those with ... Full Article

New Horizons for Seniors 2021

FUNDING FOR SENIORS Applications for funding under the New Horizons for Seniors program are due by December 21, 2021.  The grants support projects that address the following objectives: Promoting volunteerism among seniors and other generations; Engaging seniors in the community through the ... Full Article

Social Media

Connect with Len Webber via social media: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Instagram         Full Article

Remembering Is Something You Do

Remembering Is Something You Do Here are some ways to engage in Remembrance: Wear a poppy above your heart, attend local Remembrance Day ceremonies, and vow never to forget; Change your profile picture on social media to a poppy and blog or tweet about the importance of remembrance; or listen ... Full Article

2021 Community Survey Results

For the fourth year in a row, I received a record number of replies to my annual Community Survey. Your input is very helpful to me and my colleagues as we enter the new session of Parliament.  While no government can be all things to all people, I will be doing my best to ensure […] Full Article

Parliamentary Page Program 2022-23

Parliamentary Page Program 2022-23 Each year, the House of Commons recruits 40 bilingual students graduating from high schools and CEGEPs from across Canada to participate in the House of Commons Page Program. Pages work directly on the floor of the House of Commons and are responsible for a ... Full Article

MP Report – We are almost there

We are almost there! Most Canadians, including millions of Albertans have received COVID-19 vaccines. The vaccine isn’t mandatory, but it’s highly recommended and is a great way to protect yourself, those you care about and our community at large. This is why I got vaccinated as ... Full Article

Rules for flying the National Flag of Canada

Rules for flying the National Flag of Canada The National Flag of Canada can be displayed in many different ways, from the front yard of a house to the top of a building. There are rules and guidelines on how to display this flag to honour it. The National Flag can also be flown with […] Full Article

Not true!

It’s not true! The internet and social media can be a great way to share information.  Unfortunately, it is also a huge source of misinformation.  Sometimes this misinformation can hurt those we are trying to help the most as seen in a recent message. Recently I saw a post on social media ... Full Article

Post Pandemic Travel

Post Pandemic Travel As vaccinations increase and COVID cases continue to decrease, Canadians are now starting to think about travelling or having visitors come to Canada.  Any travel at this time puts you at increased risk of contracting COVID and should be carefully considered. While many ... Full Article

Canada Summer Jobs 2021

717 New Jobs Coming Every year, I have actively encouraged local businesses and organizations to apply for the Canada Summer Jobs program and it has paid off.  If local businesses and organizations do not apply, our community will not get the available funding. This year the Canada Summer Jobs ... Full Article

Environment Plan

Read the full Conservative Environment Plan   Andrew Leach, Energy and Environmental Economist, Associate Professor at the Alberta School of Business at the University of Alberta    “This is such an important shift with some real policy meat in the document… let me emphasize how ... Full Article

Every Dollar Counts

The past year has been incredibly difficult for many in our community. For many others, it is just the most recent year in several difficult years. On the heals of rising unemployment, the pandemic delivered a crushing blow to many. One quarter of Albertans relied on the income support of the ... Full Article

2020 Community Survey Results

For the third year in a row, I received a record number of replies to my Community Survey. Your input is very helpful to me and my colleagues as we enter the new session of Parliament.  While no government can be all things to all people, I will be doing my best to ensure that […] Full Article

COVID Exposures

Have you been exposed to the COVID-19 virus recently while traveling by plane, train or ship? Visit this webpage regularly for 14 days following your travel to find out. Full Article

Grants and Funding

Are you looking for grants and funding? Use the handy tool at www.canada.ca/en/government/grants-funding.html to help you shortlist possible opportunities based on what your needs are. Full Article

MP Report – There is help

  Suicide takes the lives of far too many Canadians each year, but it is preventable.  On average, ten Canadians die from suicide every single day.  It’s the second leading cause of death for those aged 20-29. The Canadian Mental Health Association has verified that the pandemic has ... Full Article