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GOVERNMENT WON’T RULE OUT COSTLY NEW TAX ON HOME OWNERSHIP

QUEEN’S PARK – Today in Question Period, Ontario PC Deputy Leader and MPP for Leeds-Grenville Steve Clark, stood up to defend prospective homeowners from the imposition of a crippling new tax.

Clark called on the Wynne Government to commit it will not amend the Municipal Act to authorize all municipalities to charge a Municipal Land Transfer Tax (MLTT).

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SCOTT DEMANDS THE LIBERAL GOVERNMENT TO ACT ON ANTI-TRAFFICKING TASKFORCE

QUEEN’S PARK – During Question Period today, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Critic for Women’s Issues, Laurie Scott (MPP for Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock) asked the Attorney General on whether the government intends to act on her Private Member’s Motion, calling for the creation of a provincial taskforce to combat human trafficking in Ontario.

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Ontarians Hear How MPP’s Act Will Allow Them To Earn Income From Their Assets

QUEEN’S PARK – Today, MPP Tim Hudak released details on how his Private Member’s Bill, Opportunity in the Sharing Economy, will empower people to earn needed income from their home, car or parking space.

“Right now Ontarians are struggling to make ends meet and balance their budgets. The Sharing Economy gives Ontarians some control over their income and budget, by allowing them to earn as much or as little as they want using resources the already own,” said Hudak. “My Bill simply empowers them to utilize this new technology to their benefit and removes any grey area of legislation.”

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Liberals’ Bargaining Payouts Lack Transparency

QUEEN’S PARK - Today, Leader of the Official Opposition Patrick Brown questioned Premier Wynne in the Legislature over the Government’s claim that paying $2.5 million this year for teachers’ unions negotiations is “business as usual.”

“The only reason the Liberals’ idea of ‘business as usual’ is out there is because this secret deal was leaked,” said Leader Patrick Brown.  “Every business I know keeps receipts to prove their expenses.  Will the Premier come clean and tell this province what she is buying with $2.5 million?”

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Leader Patrick Brown: Hydro One Fire Sale Will Hurt Northern Ontario

QUEEN’S PARK - Today, Leader of the Official Opposition Patrick Brown questioned Premier Wynne in the Legislature over the severe impact the fire sale of Hydro One will have on Northern Ontario.

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