Sheehan appointed to Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology


Member of Parliament for Sault Ste. Marie, Terry Sheehan, has been appointed to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology.

“I’m happy to be a member of the important Industry, Science, and Technology Committee,” said Sheehan.

“Our Government’s agenda to grow the economy by supporting middle class Canadians and those working to join the middle class, relies on the success of Canadian industry, science, and technology. Knowing that the Committee’s current work focuses on the manufacturing sector, and how important steel manufacturing is to Sault Ste. Marie, I know I will be able to do good work. I look forward to working with my House of Commons colleagues to better understand the challenges facing Canada’s manufacturing sector through the Committee’s current study and working together to put forward ideas and policies that will improve the lives of Canadians on this, and a variety of other issues as well,” concluded Sheehan.

For more information on the Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology, visit their website.


  1. He already had his hands more than full, showing little results.
    Very disappointed in what the Fiberals promised to do if elected but have not done.
    Numerous new money grabs seem to be coming fast and furious, though.
    That’s what happens when billions in taxpayer money gets squandered through horrible management.

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