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.

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Generation Energy Consultation

June 23, 2017
  Generation Energy is a national dialogue on Canada’s path to a low-carbon future. The purpose of this dialogue is to invite all Canadians to share their ideas and participate in helping define Canada’s energy future. This is a six-month national conversation, which will take place face to face with provinces and territories, Indigenous groups, international experts and academics, and... → read more >>

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Low-Carbon Economy Fund Question

June 16, 2017
MP Longfield: Mr. Speaker, I, like many of my colleagues, hear regularly about three issues: a strong evolving economy that leverages Canada's skills, trades and expertise; a strong and vibrant commitment to the protection of the environment, where innovation creates good jobs; and, a strong and clear plan that ties together innovation, infrastructure and the environment, where the next generation... → read more >>

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Guelph Royal Canadian Legion Receives Vimy Oak Tree

June 9, 2017
  In 2017, as we commemorate 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, MP Lloyd Longfield is honoured to present a Vimy Oak tree to the Guelph Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 234. Today with the Legion members and veterans the tree was planted in a special ceremony to honour the Battle of Vimy Ridge and the many Canadians who... → read more >>