Lloyd Longfield

Your Member of Parliament for Guelph

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As your Member of Parliament, I am committed to being your strong voice in Ottawa and I intend to work hard to maintain your trust. I am extremely grateful to have the opportunity to represent the people of Guelph, and to work for you as your Member of Parliament.

In the News section, you will find my latest publications, speeches and statements. These will help you keep up to date with the work I am doing as your MP. If you want to follow all my activity in Ottawa, visit my Open Parliament profile.

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Latest News

seniors

MP & Service Canada Information Session

June 14, 2018
The federal government has several programs to assist Canadian seniors in their retirement including the Canadian Pension Plan, the Guaranteed Income Supplement, and Old Age Security to name a few. In order to provide an opportunity to learn more about these programs and how to best navigate them I will be hosting a Service Canada Information session in partnership with our... → read more >>

water

Question on Status of First Nations Clean Water

June 4, 2018
Mr. Lloyd Longfield (Guelph, Lib.): Mr. Speaker, even today, there are indigenous children living on reserves in Canada who cannot safely drink, bathe in, or even play in the water that comes out of their taps. This is why we committed to ending long-term drinking water advisories on all public systems on reserves by March 2021. Could the hon. Minister... → read more >>

News Release

Speech on Bill C-262 United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act

May 30, 2018
Mr. Speaker, before I begin I would first like to thank the hon. member for Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou for bring the bill forward and also for helping the students at John McCrae Public School in Guelph to get some textbooks into his riding. We did a switch between our trucks and it was greatly appreciated. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which completed... → read more >>