MPP Dufferin-Caledon

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Sylvia Jones offers, News and Updates, Press Releases, and relevant Queen’s Park Bulletins listed here for her constituents.  Updates are frequent.  Want to be in the know?  Consider entering your email address to our data base to be immediately notified of new releases.

ATTORNEY GENERAL PAYS LEGAL FEES OF RETIRED JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

(Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon asked the Attorney General why she agreed to pay the legal fees of retired Justice of the Peace Santino Spadafora, amounting to more than $14,000. Spadafora retired days before he was scheduled to appear before the Justices of the […]

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JONES INTRODUCES THE GROWING ONTARIO’S CRAFT CIDER INDUSTRY ACT

(Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon introduced the Growing Ontario’s Craft Cider Industry Act, 2015, which was co-sponsored by Arthur Potts MPP Beaches-East York. “If enacted, my private member’s bill will help grow Ontario’s craft cider industry, by helping ensure Ontario cider producers receive the […]

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HEALTH MINISTER FAILS TO HELP DUFFERIN-CALEDON PARENTS

(Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon asked the Minister of Health to help two families from Caledon who were told their children’s vaccinations were given too soon. Unfortunately, the Minister chose to blame the family physician for the error and sided with process over people. […]

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Government Bill Includes Jones’ Respecting Private Property Act

By: Sylvia Jones MPP, Dufferin-Caledon May 27, 2015 Recently the government of Ontario introduced the Supporting Ontario’s Trails Act. I am pleased that the government has incorporated part of my private member’s bill, Bill 36 – the Respecting Private Property Act, as part of the Supporting Ontario’s […]

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ATTORNEY GENERAL ADMITS OFFENDERS ON BAIL HAVE NO OVERSIGHT

(Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon questioned the Attorney General why the government does not track individuals released on bail to ensure they are following their bail conditions. “I’ve questioned the Minister before on her lack of oversight ensuring individuals released on bail comply with […]

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