MPP Dufferin-Caledon

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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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Liberal Government’s Double Standard on Sexual Harassment

(Queen’s Park) – The Liberal Government appears to have a double standard when it comes to dealing with charges of sexual harassment, said Sylvia Jones, PC Critic for the Attorney General.  “Hydro One fired Shawn Simeos less than a day after he made sexual comments to CityTV

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GOVERNMENT BILL INCLUDES JONES’ RESPECTING PRIVATE PROPERTY ACT

(Queen’s Park) – Yesterday, the Ontario Government introduced the Supporting Ontario’s Trails Act. This piece of legislation includes elements of Jones’ private member’s bill, Bill 36 – the Respecting Private Property Act. “I am pleased to see that the government has incorporated elements of my private member’s

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FORMER JUSTICE OF THE PEACE EVADES DISCIPLINARY HEARING BUT STILL WANTS LEGAL FEES PAID FOR

(Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon asked the Attorney General to deny former Justice of the Peace Santino Spadafora’s request to have his legal fees of over $15,000 be paid by the public. Even though Mr. Spadafora retired to avoid a scheduled disciplinary hearing, he

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