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Weekly Column – Share Your Long-Term Care Stories with Us

After 14 years of inadequate funding for home care and long-term care, I regularly hear from residents of Dufferin-Caledon who are seeking help in either finding a bed in a long-term-care home or accessing a personal support worker. Last week I asked the Minister of Health and

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Jones: Calls on New Minister of Health to Fix Failure in Long-Term Care

Queen’s Park – Today, the Ontario Progressive Conservative (PC) Caucus and MPP Sylvia Jones, called on the newly appointed Minister of Health and Long Term Care to address the failure to provide adequate long term care for Ontario’s seniors. “I would like to share a heartbreaking story

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Sewage Bypass Reporting Act Needs to be Passed before the Election

Last year, I introduced a private members bill that would seek to address the issue of sewage bypassing in Ontario. Sewage bypasses occur when the capacity of a treatment plant is overwhelmed, normally due to heavy rain, which causes untreated or partially treated sewage to discharge into

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News Release: Out of touch Liberals considering a congestion tax for Ontario drivers

QUEEN’S PARK – Today, PC Critic for Infrastructure Sylvia Jones and PC Critic for Transportation Michael Harris questioned the Minister of Transportation on the Wynne Liberals’ plan to cancel the environmental assessment of the GTA West Highway Corridor. Instead the Wynne Liberals are considering introducing a tax on drivers.

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Financial Accountability Officer Shows Hydro One Sale Will Leave Ontarians Worse Off

According to the independent non-partisan Financial Accountability Officer (FAO), the Liberal’s partial sale of Hydro One will end up hurting Ontarians in the long run. The FAO said that the decision will cost Ontario taxpayers billions of dollars for several reasons. In the FAO’s most recent report

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