Member Of Parliament for Sherwood Park—Fort Saskatchewan

Summer job policy discriminates

Many local organizations in our community take advantage of the Canada Summer Jobs program. This is a program that provides organizations with government funding for summer student positions. It has existed for a long time, and many well-known org...

Addressing Foreign Affairs Issues

I was honoured to be asked by our new party leader to serve as the Deputy Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs. In a rapidly changing world, there are many important issues in this area which I will be working on — issues like the rising global amb...

Garnett Genuis is the Member of Parliament for Sherwood Park–Fort Saskatchewan in Alberta, Canada. Since his election in 2015, he has gained a reputation for being among the most outspoken parliamentarians, having spoken more than 100,000 words in the Chamber during his first year in office – more than all three major party leaders combined.

Always ready to speak, he is a tireless advocate for human rights and religious freedom, both domestically and abroad, and is a vocal proponent of Alberta’s interests in Ottawa.

Garnett grew up in Strathcona County and got involved in his community through volunteering with various organizations, including a local care centre. During this time he also developed an interest in human rights issues around the world, largely inspired by his maternal grandmother, a Holocaust survivor. 

At age 15, he began writing a column for Sherwood Park News for which he continues to be a re... Keep Reading