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Weekly Column – Shelburne Deserves an Advanced Green

Anyone who drives through the Town of Shelburne knows that the intersection of Highway 10/89 and County Road 124 is overwhelmed. Frankly, the intersection has become a hazard to the safety of Shelburne residents and Ontarians passing through town. Shelburne residents deserve better, and that is why

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Weekly Column – What I Heard at ROMA

In January I attended the annual Rural Ontario Municipalities Association (ROMA) Conference held in Toronto. The ROMA Conference is the annual meeting of rural municipalities from across Ontario which allows them to come together, discuss their concerns and share best practices. At this year’s conference, municipal delegations

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A Week is a Lifetime in Politics

British Prime Minister Harold Wilson said: A week is a long time in politics. In today’s world of social media, I think you could update that to add, a day is a lifetime. Last week I, together with my colleagues, learned of some very disturbing allegations about Patrick Brown.

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Weekly Column – Winter Driving and Safety

With the recent arrival of cold, wintery weather, road safety should be at the forefront of everybody’s mind, particularly in light of some recent tragic accidents on Dufferin-Caledon roads and across Ontario. Our community has suffered a number of serious accidents, including fatalities on our roadways this

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News Release – $14 Million Spent on Incomplete Environmental Assessment of GTA West Corridor

(Queen’s Park) –Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon questioned the Minister of Transportation on the details of a Freedom of Information (FOI) request that revealed that since 2007, the government has spent $14.5 million on an incomplete environment assessment and the expert review panel of the GTA West Corridor.

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