HELLO. Tansai.(Cree)

Thank you, citizens of Winnipeg Centre, for your support in the last election. This has been a tough & fulfilling four years. We all recognize that a Member of Parliament must represent our great diversity of views on any given sub- ject. An idea which I learned in 23 years in the Navy & Army could be summed up with “At the end of the day can you look yourself in the mir- ror.” People told me they wanted an MP who was the voice of Winnipeg Centre in Ottawa and not the voice of Ottawa to Winnipeg Centre. This can be stressful, but no matter what we must always fight for the values of the working class of Winnipeg Centre.

MPs should focus on all neighborhoods, but particularly important are the needs of the underprivileged, like those who are homeless or in the throes of addiction. In Ottawa when I get behind closed doors; in the corridors of power I always talk truth to power & about the needs of the great ignored class of our communities. Let the privileged classes fight for themselves, my cause is people.

Thank you. Ekosani.

Robert-Falcon Ouellette,
M.P. Winnipeg Centre

2 thoughts on “Home”

  1. Chris Thomson said:

    Thank you for your service to this country and for you four years in parliament, but maybe if did truly represent the working class in my community you would of most likely still be in parliament. I hope you learn from this and when people come to you with concerns maybe you should at least respond to their concerns and not ignore them.


  2. Watching you in the House of Commons to your videos when you went in your truck to visit all the surrounding Aboriginal tribes, to put their views on tape too. Your Cree presentation was historic, and your connection to the homeless and the needy is just what an MP should be doing.

    2019 election was harsh. You paid a price due to the hatred out west toward the Prime Minister. You could be appointed an Ambassador for the Gov’t of Canada.

    Don’t disappear, Robert. Continue your community work and you’ll be back in the next by-election, hopefully.

    Please make your Facebook page public once you leave Office.,I hope to friend you.

    From Ontario, I like to know what’s going on all across Canada.

    Barry Dennison


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