Statement on the Wet’suwet’en Blockades

Ottawa, ON – “Every single person in this country has the right to freedom of speech and the freedom to protest. However, they don’t have the right to disrupt the livelihoods of others, shut down our railways or put the safety of Canadians at risk. “I’ve been in contact with the ... Full Article

End of the 42nd Parliament Letter

Friends, June marked the end of the 42nd Canadian Parliament, giving us a chance to reflect on the last four years under this Liberal majority government. When they came to office, they promised that things would be different with proclamations of “sunny ways.” Now, four years later, we can ... Full Article

Finley Secures Funding to Remove Phragmites

SIMCOE, ON– I’m very glad to see something finally being done to help protect one of Canada’s richest biodiversity sites,” MP Diane Finley (Haldimand-Norfolk) said. “While the government was slow to act, I am thankful that they saw merit in my advocacy and the cause.” Finley ... Full Article

Statement on the Passing of MP Mark Warawa

I was terribly saddened to hear today that my colleague, Mark Warawa, passed early this morning. As a man of faith, passion, conviction, and selflessness that he brought to the House of Commons were inspiring, and he has always served his constituents well. Thank you, Mark, for your service to ... Full Article

Finley & Plett Host Firearms Round Table

SIMCOE, ON– “Criminals don’t follow the law, that’s what makes them criminals,” said Diane Finley, MP for Haldimand-Norfolk. “Placing additional administrative burdens and costs on law-abiding citizens won’t help combat gang violence and illegal firearms smuggling.” MP Diane ... Full Article

Statement for Easter Weekend

This weekend, Christians here in Haldimand-Norfolk will come together to observe the most important weekend in the Christian faith, remembering Christ’s death on the cross on Good Friday, and celebrating his resurrection on Easter Sunday. Easter is a season of hope for the billions of ... Full Article

Canada remembers D-Day and the Battle of Normandy

Dear educators, One of the most famous events of the Second World War took place on June 6, 1944, when some 14,000 Canadian soldiers came ashore at Juno Beach on D-Day as part of Operation Overlord. This June will mark the 75th anniversary of the massive Allied landings in Normandy, France, ... Full Article