MP Report by Bob Zimmer, September 2014

September 29, 2014

Violence against women is a serious issue in our society, and Aboriginal women are especially vulnerable to abuse and victimization. To be clear, we care deeply about missing and murdered aboriginal women and their families. We want action on the issue, as opposed to repeating studies. The reason that we do not support yet another […]


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MP Report by Bob Zimmer, August 2014

August 29, 2014

Ever since I was elected as the Member of Parliament for Prince George-Peace River, constituents have talked to me about the ever-worsening doctor shortage in northeastern BC. I share your concerns, and have been talking to doctors and nurses in the Peace Region about the situation. I have had discussions with Northern Health about this […]


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MP Bob Zimmer Takes on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

August 29, 2014

OTTAWA – Bob Zimmer, Member of Parliament for Prince George-Peace River got more than his feet wet as he took on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Parliament Hill on Thursday. His children, David, Kristian, Tim, and Bobbie assisted with the ice water. Zimmer was challenged by Fort St. John City Councillor Dan Davies, Prince […]


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Strengthening Health Care in the 21st Century

July 31, 2014

The false rumors that we have cut health care funding are starting to reemerge, let me set the record straight. Our Government remains committed to strengthening public health care for all Canadians. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, our Government has increased health care funding by 50% since taking office in 2006. We […]


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MP Report by Bob Zimmer, July 2014

July 30, 2014

February 27th was a dark day for freedom in Canada. That was the day that the RCMP unilaterally decided to reclassify Swiss Arms carbine rifles from non-restricted to prohibited status. They soon followed that action with the reclassification of the CZ-858 rifles from non-restricted to prohibited status. As a gun owner, I shared in the […]


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