Month: February 2019

Building a Connected Public Health Care System for the Patient

Many of us understand the stress when a loved one is ill – whether it’s finding appropriate long term care for a parent, accessing diagnosis or treatment for a child experiencing mental health challenges or home care as we recover at home. While there is no doubt that our hospital and health care professionals in …

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Fixing Health Care in Dufferin-Caledon

Our government inherited a broken health care system from the previous government. While the nurses, doctors, long-term care workers, and other health care professionals were working harder and harder, their jobs became tougher and tougher. The previous government built our health care system for bureaucracy, not for patients. Sadly, this has had frustrating and sometimes …

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Ontario government will not proceed with Schedule 10 in Bill 66, Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act, 2018

Bill 66 was introduced in the Ontario Legislature for first reading on December 6th, 2018. Included in the Bill were proposed changes to the Planning Act that would streamline the land use planning approvals process, specifically related to job creation. Additionally included in this Bill is our plan that is rooted in the five core …

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Caledon Community Services receives provincial funding for Community Transportation

(Dufferin-Caledon) Sylvia Jones, MPP Dufferin-Caledon is pleased to see that Caledon received $500,000 from the province through the Community Transportation Grant Program, to help support services within and between our communities, making it easier for residents to get around. “This investment will improve the quality of life for many residents in our communities who currently …

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