1. On Monday, November 28, 2011, Randy Hoback, Member of Parliament for the federal riding of Prince Albert rose in the House of Commons to address Bill C-18 (Marketing Freedom for Grain Farmers Act). The Bill passed in the House of Commons the evening of November 28th, and has now moved on to the Senate.

    The Act is expected to pass in the Senate and be signed into law before the Parliamentary Christmas Break.

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  2. On November 21, 2011, Randy Hoback, Member of Parliament for the federal constituency of Prince Albert, and member of the Standing Committee on Finance, rose to speak in favour of Bill C-13 (Keeping Canada's Economy and Jobs Growing Act.

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  3. RANDY HOBACK RISES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS TO CONGRATULATE PREMIER BRAD WALL AND THE SASKATCHEWAN PARTY ON A HISTORIC RE-ELECTION

    OTTAWA -- Today, Randy Hoback, Member of Parliament for the federal riding of Prince Albert rose in the House of Commons to publicly congratulate Premier Brad Wall and the Saskatchewan Party on a historic re-election.

    The text of Mr. Hoback's statement is as follows:

    Mr. Randy Hoback (Prince Albert, CPC): Mr. Speaker, I rise today to congratulate Premier Brad Wall and the Saskatchewan Party on a historic re-election. Wall and his party received 64% of the popular vote, winning 49 of the 58 seats. The big-spending, high-taxing NDP experienced its worst performance ever, relegated to just nine seats. Even the NDP leader was sent packing. He may choose to leave the province but as we speak more and more of Saskatchewan's kids are returning home to Saskatchewan.

    Saskatchewan has experienced a fundamental shift. It has rejected an era of confrontation and defeatism in favour of one of co-operation and prosperity. It has become a proud "have" province, contributing to Canada. The media-contrived orange crush was handed a crushing defeat and Saskatchewan and Canada are better for it.

    I would like to congratulate my local MLAs Darryl, Kevin, Delbert, Scott, Fred, Nadine and Victoria on their electoral success.

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  5. Mr. Randy Hoback (Prince Albert, CPC): Mr. Speaker, in 1939 the world was again at war. Canada again answered the call. From the Battle of the Atlantic, to the Pacific theatre, to Juno Beach, and of course the liberation of the Netherlands, we fought above our weight.

    Over a million Canadians and Newfoundlanders left to serve our country and more than 45,000 did not return, a truly remarkable sacrifice for a young nation with a population of only 11 million people. These courageous men and women brought honour and respect to our country.

    It is our duty to preserve the legacy they handed to us and to ensure that their selfless dedication is never forgotten. This Veterans' Week we will honour the generations of Canadians who bravely served this country and those who wear the Canadian uniform with pride today.

    Lest we forget.

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Randy Hoback, MP (Prince Albert)

Randy Hoback MP

Randy Hoback is the Member of Parliament for federal constituency of Prince Albert.

He was born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, and grew up and attended school in Canwood, Saskatchewan. He holds a business administration certificate through the University…


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Randy Hoback is the Member of Parliament for federal constituency of Prince Albert.

He was born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, and grew up and attended school in Canwood, Saskatchewan. He holds a business administration certificate through the University of Saskatchewan and Chartered Director's designation (C. Dir.), which he completed through McMaster University’s Chartered Directors College.

Randy began his career with farm machinery manufacturer Flexicoil in 1986. His hard work and focus eventually led him to the positions of territorial marketing manager in southern Alberta and eastern Saskatchewan. He was promoted to international marketing development manager with responsibility for Western Europe. In 1997, Flexicoil was sold to Case New Holland, where Randy continued to work until 2000. Although employed for 14 years in the farm machinery business, Randy always maintained an interest in the family’s farm. Randy purchased his family’s farm in 2000 and expanded it to 3300 acres. He also established a custom spraying and trucking business. In 2005, Randy was nominated for the Saskatchewan Outstanding Young Farmer Award. Randy firmly believes in supporting farm organizations which benefit the growth of agriculture in Canada.

He has served as President of Can Ag Ventures, a community venture, which envisioned a 20,000 head feedlot and ethanol plant. He also represented the Rural Municipality of Canwood as the agent to the Agriculture Producer Association of Saskatchewan. Randy also served as the former Chairman of the Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association (WCWGA), where he represented the organization at World Trade Organization talks in Geneva and Hong Kong on the Ag Canada – Trade Advisory Committee. Randy has worked closely with many farm organizations such as the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Association, the Grain Growers of Canada, the Western Barley Growers, the Canadian Canola Growers, the Alberta Barley and Grain Commission, the Western Grain Elevator Association, the Canola Council of Canada, the Canadian Grain Commission and the Canadian Wheat Board. This experience eventually led Randy to Ottawa, where he served as a Special Advisor to the Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and Minister of the Canadian Wheat Board.

As a Parliamentarian, Randy is currently a member of both the House of Commons Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-food, and the Standing Committee on Finance. Randy has also served on both the House of Commons Standing Committee on Natural Resources and the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs.

In March 2010, Randy was elected Chair of the Canadian Section of the Inter-Parliamentary Forum of the Americas (FIPA) – an organization committed to promoting parliamentary participation in the inter-American system and to developing inter-parliamentary dialogue on issues of importance to the hemisphere. FIPA seeks to encourage the sharing of experiences and best practices amongst its members, and works to strengthen the role of legislatures in democratic development and to promote harmonization of legislation and hemispheric integration as instruments of sustainable and harmonious development in the region. In September 2011, Hoback was elected President of FIPA at the Association's 8th Annual FIPA-Parlamericas in Asuncion, Paraguay.

Randy is married, and strongly supported by his wife, Jerri. Randy and Jerri have together raised two children.

Randy is a strong, new, and yet experienced voice for the riding of Prince Albert.

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