We Are Ready to Help: COVID-19

As the situation continues to evolve with the global COVID-19 pandemic, I must consider what is best for the health and safety of the community, our constituents, and my team. Each of us must do our part. We will continue to provide service over the phone and through email: 250-851-4991 ... Full Article

Helpful Information As We Face COVID-19

As a community and as a country, we are now facing an unprecedented crisis brought on by the global COVID-19 pandemic. I encourage everyone to take necessary precautions, but stay calm – we will get through this together. Below are some links that provide helpful information. As always, ... Full Article

Forestry Crisis Absent from PM’s Mandate Letters

Kamloops (December 17, 2019): Cathy McLeod, Conservative Shadow Minister for Natural Resources (Forestry & Mining) and Member of Parliament for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo, today responded to the Prime Minister’s Mandate Letter to the Minister of Natural Resources, published Friday ... Full Article

MP McLeod Calls for Emergency Debate on the Forestry Crisis

Ottawa (December 11, 2019): Cathy McLeod, Member of Parliament for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo and Conservative Shadow Minister for Natural Resources (Forestry and Mining), today requested an emergency debate in Parliament on the jobs crisis affecting forestry workers in British Columbia. “The ... Full Article

Liberals Fail to Take Action on Forestry Sector: Conservatives

British Columbia (July 22, 2019): Conservative Members of Parliament Cathy McLeod, Bob Zimmer, Todd Doherty, Dan Albas, and Shannon Stubbs, sent a letter to the Minister of Natural Resources and Minister Innovation, Science and Economic Development calling on them to take action in support of ... Full Article

Trudeau Liberals Ignoring Devasting Mill Closures

Kamloops, BC (July 5, 2019): Cathy McLeod, Member of Parliament for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo, issued the following statement today: “In recent weeks, the closures and reduction of sawmills have devasted communities across the interior of British Columbia,” MP Cathy McLeod said. “I wrote ... Full Article

Rising Gas Prices Reach Record Highs Due to Carbon Tax

Kamloops, BC (April 26, 2019): Cathy McLeod, Member of Parliament for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo, says that record high gas prices are partly due to the carbon tax and the lack of pipeline capacity. “On April 1st, the carbon tax in B.C. was increased from $35 per ton to $40 per ton. This means ... Full Article

2017 Wildfire Volunteer Monument

The following article originally appeared in the May 2019 issue of “The Connector”: It was a great honour to witness the unveiling of the “Lend a Hand” monument dedicated to 2017 wildfire volunteers at Riverside Park on April 12th. The 2017 wildfires devastated our region like ... Full Article