March 24th, 2020

Dear Fellow Canadians,

Firstly, we are praying for you and your loved ones and hope you are successfully navigating the "new normal" we are all finding ourselves in.

If you need anything at all, or have questions about the types of supports available to you at this time, please do not hesitate to contact us at 613-552-5572 or

We will always do whatever we can to help you. We are in this together.

For a list of some government resources for businesses and individuals being hit hardest by this crisis please click here.


Secondly, we wanted to alert you that the Government has called back a representation of Parliament to pass an emergency spending bill that could give them increased fiscal powers in attempts to deal with the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to see the Prime Minister's press conference on this.

The Globe and Mail reported that this bill would effectively give the government a blank cheque to spend and increase taxes without the agreement of other parties in Parliament right through to December 2021, that is for 21 months. The concern is that the lack of accountability could lead to extended hyper-deficits and skyrocketing taxes for this and future generations. Click here to read this article.

Late Monday, the government announced that they agreed to change the draft legislation. Details are unfolding by the minute right now.

Thirty-two MPs, divided proportionally based on party standing, will be in Ottawa to debate the bill being tabled today.

To stay up to date, please see these online resources:

▪ CTV News Live Coverage
CTV News Live Coverage

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer issued a statement late Monday announcing the Official Opposition will not support a bill that gives the government unlimited powers to raise taxes without a parliamentary vote. He acknowledged that Canadians do need support but that a blank cheque to the Liberal Government for 21 months is dangerous.

Click here to read more about Andrew Scheer's statement.

You can watch the bill debated live here:


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What We Can All Do Practically Today

1 - EMAIL YOUR MP - Tell them to vote against this bill, if they are one of the MPs privileged to be called back, or tell them to encourage their colleagues to. Do this especially if they are from the Green Party, Conservative or Bloc parties. Find their contact info here:

2 - PRAY - Prayer is our most powerful tool. Please pray for our MPs as they discuss and vote on this bill. Many across the nation are fasting right now. This is one of the most powerful things we can do for our nation. If you have extra time at home right now perhaps consider calling a friend and having a prayer meeting over the phone or by Skype.

Please also plan to participate in the National Day of Prayer this Saturday through prayer, fasting and participation in the online solemn assembly. Click here to find out more.

3 - SHARE THIS - Please share this with your family, friends and prayer groups.

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