MPP Dufferin-Caledon

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Improving Road Safety in Dufferin-Caledon

Road safety in our community is a key priority that I hear across our communities. Ontario has an important role to play in keeping streets safe, with processes like the establishment of Community Safety Zones on provincial roads and highways. This designation, when approved, would augment existing

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Encouraging Skilled Trades

Recently, Ontario’s Minister of Labour, Training, and Skills Development Monte McNaughton launched an exciting campaign to encourage young people across Ontario to consider a career in the skilled trades. Over 200,000 jobs across many skilled trades sectors are vacant in Ontario, including over 13,000 in the construction

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Concluding a Successful Legislative Session at Queen’s Park

Last week, the Ontario Legislature recessed for 2019, wrapping up a productive fall legislative session where our government continued delivering on key priorities, including in health care, consumer protection, justice, and economic development. During this session, the Legislature passed five major pieces of government legislation, and we

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Building Ontario Together: Ontario’s 2019 Fall Economic Statement

Autumn marks the release of the annual Fall Economic Statement, which is an opportunity for governments to update the public on Ontario’s finances between budgets. Last week, Finance Minister Rod Philips released the 2019 Ontario Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review: A Plan to Build Ontario Together, this

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Protecting Animals Across Ontario

In the Legislature on October 29th, I was pleased to announce the introduction of the Provincial Animal Welfare Services Act – or the “PAWS” Act for short. This legislation, if passed, will better protect animals from abuse and neglect by proposing the strongest penalties in Canada for

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