Latest News

LUXURY 8-DAY SOUTH AFRICA VACATION BOUGHT WITH SOCIAL HOUSING MONEY

QUEEN’S PARK – Today Oxford MPP Ernie Hardeman, PC Critic for Municipal Affairs and Housing, questioned the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing on affordable housing money used to pay for an 8-day sightseeing trip in South Africa which included a luxury apartment, meals at award winning restaurants, winery tours and a private guide.

Read more
Share

#THANKSLIBERALS

Today, the Ontario PC Party released a video highlighting the top 12 Liberal scandals and broken promises.  October 2, 2015 marks the 12th anniversary of the Ontario Liberals being elected to office.

Read more
Share

MPP LAURIE SCOTT DEMANDS THE ATTORNEY GENERAL REASSURE ONTARIAN WOMEN OF THEIR SAFETY

QUEEN’S PARK – During Question Period today, Ontario PC Critic for Women’s Issues Laurie Scott (MPP for Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock) stood in the legislature and held the Attorney General to account for the senseless violence that struck Ottawa Valley last week.

“It is disheartening that the government has not addressed the gaps in the justice system,” said Scott. “Could this not have been prevented, especially with regard to offenders with a long history of violence?”

Read more
Share

The following is a statement from Leader of the Official Opposition Patrick Brown regarding the Ontario PC Party’s Opposition Day Motion:

“By voting down our motion, this government has proven once more that they are not in the business of being transparent or accessible.  Recent polls suggest that 78 percent of Ontarians believe this fire sale will increase their electricity bills, yet this government continues to plow ahead without addressing their concerns.

Read more
Share

Ongoing Cuts to Ontario’s Doctors Put Patient Care at Risk

QUEEN’S PARK – Following a morning meeting with OMA representatives, Leader of the Official Opposition Patrick Brown questioned the Deputy Premier on her government’s cuts to physician services, and larger cuts to health care and front line services.

Brown referenced the imposed cuts of $235 million on October 1 and $580 million on February 1 to Ontario’s doctors.

Read more
Share