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Weekly Column – Cabinet Documents Show High Hydro Rates Will Return After the Election

On May 11th, it was revealed through an internal Liberal cabinet document that hydro rates will continue to skyrocket after the 2018 election. We also know from the independent Financial Accountability Officer, Ontario’s budget watchdog, that this Liberal hydro hoax could cost billions. In fact, while the […]

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News Release – Jones: Questions Premier on Failing to Investigate Wind Turbine Noise Complaints

(Queen’s Park) – On June 1, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon questioned the Premier on the government’s history of not investigating wind turbine noise complaints, after a Global News article revealed that the Minister of Environment ignored thousands of complaints between 2006 and 2014. “It is no surprise […]

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Ontario’s Fentayl Crisis Demands Action – Sylvia Jones, MPP

Tragically, we are hearing of more incidences of overdoses and deaths from fentanyl, a drug up to 100 times more toxic than morphine, in Ontario. In fact as recently as May 8th, Shelburne Police arrested an individual for possession of fentanyl. The fentanyl crisis has its origins […]

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Weekly Column – Lyme Disease Awareness

With the long weekend approaching, many of us are spending more time outside enjoying our many trails of Dufferin-Caledon.  It is important to spread awareness about Lyme disease, an incurable disease spread through ticks. Lyme disease affects many individuals annually. In Ontario, ticks are found on the […]

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Weekly Column – Ontario Budget Needs to Address Pressing Issues

On April 27th, the Liberal government is set to announce its 2017 budget. The Progressive Conservative Caucus has several requests for the budget. First, the government needs to take action on the growing debt. Ontario’s debt is a staggering $300 billion, and according to the independent Financial […]

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