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 database to be immediately notified of new releases.

News Release – Why I Voted Against the Budget, 2017

(Queen’s Park)  –  Today, Sylvia Jones MPP explained her decision to vote against the 2017 provincial budget. “The Liberal’s 2017 budget continues to push Ontario down the wrong track. It does not address Ontario’s growing debt. Instead, it attempts to hide a $5 billion operational deficit, and

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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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News Release – Jones Calls on Minister of Health to Address Out of Control Youth Mental Health Wait Times

    (Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon urged the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care to address the high wait times for children and youth mental health counselling and therapy services. “According to a November 2016 Children’s Mental Health Ontario report, in Toronto, the

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News Release – Liberals Cooking the Book Leaves a $5 Billion Hole

(Queen’s Park)  –  Today, Sylvia Jones MPP reacted to the release of the 2017 Ontario budget. “The PC Party made several key asks of the Liberals for the 2017 budget including: taking action on the growing debt and ending the hydro crisis,” said Jones. “Since the Liberals

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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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