Common Sense Conservative Bill Would Recognize A Canadian National Livestock Brand

Ottawa, ON — Common Sense Conservative Member of Parliament, Damien Kurek, introduced Private Member’s Bill C-407, an Act to Recognize a National Livestock Brand as a Symbol of Canada’s Western and Frontier Heritage. 

Bill C-407 establishes a national livestock brand to be included in Canada’s inventory of national symbols, which include the maple tree, hockey and lacrosse, and the Canadian tartan, among others.

“It is time Parliament recognized Western and frontier heritage, especially the work pioneers, farmers, ranchers and Indigenous peoples have done in building our economy and our communities,” said MP Kurek.

Bill C-407 aims to acknowledge and promote the role Western and frontier heritage played in building Canada, not only in the West, but in the role agriculture, animal husbandry, and pioneers played in the stitching together of our nation.

“It would be fitting to have a livestock brand as a Canadian national symbol. More than just a way to identify livestock, a brand holds cultural and heraldic significance,” said MP Kurek. “This symbolism is also important for Indigenous peoples, especially on the prairies. This bill would give credit to so many, past and present, who have spent their lives building Canada.”

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