|Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Northumberland—Quinte West
|Preceded by||Paul Macklin|
March 7, 1948 |
|Political party||Conservative (2003-present)|
He worked for the OPP as a police officer for over 30 years.
He has been the president of the Warkworth Community Service Club, and the director of the Campbellford Rotary Club. He is a board member of the Social Housing Authority in Cobourg, a former member of the Ontario Film Review Board, a board member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Quinte Chapter, and a member of the Royal Canadian Legion. He is the past president of the Conservative Party of Canada Northumberland—Quinte West Electoral District Association.
Controversial use of mailouts
A rule allowing MPs to send mail outs to voters outside their riding, called 'ten-per-centers', brought special attention to Norlock. He was noted as the highest spending MP in the House of Commons at $87,749 on mailouts; almost five times more than the opposition MPs ($17,977) and more than double the average Conservative MP ($38,887) . These mailouts are particularly controversial due to their content being similar to campaign material but taxpayer-funded.
- "Tory MPs assailed over mailing costs". The Globe & Mail.
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