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Dreeshen Excited To Work With New Conservative Leader


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By Sheldon Spackman

Red Deer-Mountain View M.P. Earl Dreeshen says he’s excited to work with the Conservative Party’s new leader, Andrew Scheer, an M.P. from Regina-Qu’Appelle.

The party welcomed it’s permanent new leader over the weekend and in a release, Dreeshen says “I would like to congratulate Andrew, and all of the other leadership candidates, on a hard fought, meaningful leadership race. I am confident that our party will unite under his leadership as we move toward our goal to continue earning the trust of Canadians and forming government in the next election.”

“The position of Speaker is really an important role in the Canadian parliamentary system,” said Dreeshen. “In addition to managing the daily operations of the House of Commons and its entire staff, the Speaker also has an important role in representing parliament to the Senate, the crown and foreign parliaments. It’s a role that requires the respect of members from all parties. There is a reason that Andrew was chosen for the role in 2011, and that is because everyone recognized the character he possesses.”

“Andrew has put a focus on eliminating job killing policies like the carbon tax, while standing up for families across the country,” Dreeshen continued. “I look forward to working, along with my colleagues, under the leadership of our new leader and the next Prime Minister of Canada, Andrew Scheer.”

Earl Dreeshen’s Official Website

Andrew Scheer’s Official Website


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