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GOVERNMENT DOCUMENT SHOWS 85% OF CHILDREN RECEIVING IBI THERAPY WILL BE CUT-OFF

(Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon asked the Premier to not cut-off the 85 per cent of children over the age 5 that are currently receiving Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI) therapy. On March 29th the Government announced that children with Autism over the age of

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MINISTER REFUSES TO PROVIDE REAL SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM

Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon questioned the Minister of Children and Youth Services on her decision to remove children over 5 years old with Autism from accessing Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI) therapy. “Last week when news broke about the Minister’s decision, I immediately started

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JONES: ONTARIO BUDGET TRANSLATES INTO HIGHER COSTS

(Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon highlighted that the government’s budget will make living in Ontario more costly. “In today’s budget the government has put forward a plan to pay for their 13 years of reckless spending on the backs of the people of Ontario,”

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HEALTH MINISTER REFUSES TO RESTORE FUNDING FOR PHYSICIAN SERVICES IN UPCOMING BUDGET

(Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon asked the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care to restore funding for physician services in the upcoming budget. “Last year the Minister and the Premier were sent a letter from a family doctor in Orangeville that outlined the negative

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ISABEL BASSETT APPOINTED TO THE ORDER OF ONTARIO

(Queen’s Park) – Today, Sylvia Jones MPP, Dufferin-Caledon attended the Investiture Ceremony where Isabel Bassett was appointed to the Order of Ontario. From the Order of Ontario website, Isabel Bassett has served the people of Ontario throughout her career, first as a high school teacher, and then

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