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News Release – Jones: Calls on Government to Put Students First

(Queen’s Park) – Below is the transcript of MPP Sylvia Jones’ statement to the Ontario Legislature on October 31st, 2017 regarding the ongoing college strike. “The Ontario college strike is now in its third week—three weeks where students have been out of the classroom and away from

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Weekly Column – Lest We Forget

Remembrance Day is a time to honour those who are currently serving and those who have served our country in uniform, both at home and abroad. It is a time to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defence of Canada. There are a variety of

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News Release – Jones: Questions Minister of Infrastructure on Taxpayer Funded Partisan Ads

“In the Auditor General’s 2016 report, the Auditor raised serious concerns about the government spending taxpayer dollars on partisan ads,” said Jones. “In the report, the Auditor said the government’s infrastructure ads were “self- congratulatory and aimed at ensuring that the government gets credit for its potential

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Liberal’s Hydro Mess Will Cost Ontarians $4 Billion More Than Necessary

On October 17th, Ontario’s Auditor General (Auditor) released a special report on the government’s hydro plan. The Auditor report shows that the Liberal government’s attempt to hide the true cost of their hydro plan could cost Ontarians $4 billion more than necessary. The report also reveals that

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Weekly Column – Government Must Ensure the Colleges Strike Does Not Leave Students Behind

On Monday, 12,000 faculty at Ontario’s colleges went on strike; affecting about 500,000 students. Many students are feeling left out, because they have paid thousands of dollars for their education but could potentially miss out on classes for an unknown time period. In fact, 2 students have

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