Jim's Track Record

Representing the Lethbridge Riding in Ottawa - Jim Hillyer has a proven track record of fighting for and voting for your values.

PMB 644

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Christmas Drawing Contest

Calling all budding young artists! Lethbridge MP Jim Hillyer is sending out a call to all budding artists to design artwork that will appear on the front page of his Christmas mail out!


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In the Riding
July 30, 2015 -

Member of Parliament Jim Hillyer, today announced that the Government of Canada will invest an estimated $113.65 million to improve infrastructure in the Prairie region including the Carway and Del Bonita ports of entry in Southern Alberta.

On the Issues
July 31, 2015 - A false campaign about the Government of Canada’s Universal Child Care Benefit is circulating online. An anti-government group that opposes the boosted Universal Child Care Benefit is spreading false information online.

Press Release
July 29, 2015 - Jim Hillyer, Member of Parliament for Lethbridge, on behalf of the Honourable Michelle Rempel, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification, announced support of $686,786 for three projects benefitting the City of Lethbridge and the Town of Magrath under the Government of Canada’s Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.

Monthly Column
July 3, 2015 - I recently introduced my Private Member’s Bill C-644, An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act to create a new offence for violating parole and requiring such violations to be reported.

July 10, 2014 -

It is important that Canadian families have confidence in the medicine we and our children use. 

Government of Canada News

Northern Quebec Fuel Spill
October 8, 2015 The Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) was notified late October 7 and immediately responded to a fuel spill near the community of Salluit, West of Ungava Bay, in Northern Québec. The M/T Sarah Desgagnés was transferring fuel to the community of Salluit in preparation for the winter months ahead. Strong winds and snow required the transfer be stopped for safety reasons. Following the standard emergency disconnect process, the fuel line was severed by the vessel's propeller. At that time, the fuel transfer had already stopped. Current estimates are around 3,000 litres of fuel spilled.

Statement from Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Citizenship and Immigration Canada today issued the following statement:

Canadian Coast Guard Leads Environmental Response in Northern Quebec Community of Salluit
October 8, 2015 - Salluit, Quebec The Canadian Coast Guard Ship (CCGS) Terry Fox is on scene in the northern Quebec community of Salluit responding to a fuel spill. The spill occurred during a routine generator fuel re-supply of the community by M/T Sarah Desgagnés late on October 7th. 

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