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MPP Thompson Encourages Industry and Environment Collaboration

QUEEN’S PARK - Yesterday in the House, MPP for Huron-Bruce Lisa Thompson shared remarks in recognition of National Waste Reduction Week and reminded the government to keep industry involved in a meaningful way in the process of reducing waste.

In doing so, she suggested to the Liberal government that their role should be to develop a system whereby the government sets the regulation and conducts evaluation, but allows industry to determine what technologies and processes are the best options to meet those goals.

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Attorney General Falls Deeper In Over Her Head

QUEEN’S PARK – Today, MPP Randy Hillier (Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington) questioned the Attorney General over missing transcripts at the License Appeal Tribunal (LAT). For over a year now plaintiffs at the LAT had been requesting the transcripts from their hearing, only to be told months later that they were missing.

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Struggling Students the Latest Casualty of Liberal Mismanagement

QUEEN’S PARK – Following this morning’s revelations from the Globe and Mail regarding details of the Liberal government’s million dollar settlement with OSSTF, Leader of the Official Opposition and PC Education Critic Patrick Brown demanded the Minister of Education take accountability.

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Ontario PC Caucus Calls to Restore Liberal Cuts to Health Care

QUEEN’S PARK – Today, Leader of the Official Opposition Patrick Brown and PC Health Critic Jeff Yurek hosted a press conference to discuss the Liberal Government’s cuts to health care.  Leader Patrick Brown and MPP Yurek were joined by Dr. Nadia Alam, Dr. Mark Linder, Dr. Jason Profetto, Dr. Kulvinder Gill, Dr. Brenna Velker and patient Tara Bourque, who discussed the impact the cuts have had on providing timely, quality health care services.

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MARTOW FIGHTS FOR BETTER HIGHWAY INCIDENT MANAGEMENT

QUEEN'S PARK - Ontario PC GTA Affairs Critic, Gila Martow (MPP for Thornhill), along with the CAA and those who work within the towing and vehicle storage industry, are disappointed and concerned that the government is not moving quickly to implement Bill 30, the Highway Incident Management Act. Martow spoke on the subject today during Question Period.

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