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Flawed Hydro One Billing System Won’t Improve with Lack of Oversight News Date

The Ontario Ombudsman’s 2014-2015 Annual Report highlights a troubling amount of complaints related to Hydro One’s billing and customer service practices.  Receiving 3,499 complaints in 2014-15, Hydro One was the most-complained-about organization under the Ombudsman’s oversight.

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Garfield Dunlop's Open Letter to Premier Wynne

Dear Premier Wynne:

When you became Premier, you promised you would be different.  You promised a government that valued integrity, openness and transparency.  As a result, your decision to delay the Simcoe North by-election until after the October 19th federal election surprised me.

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Open Letter to Premier Wynne

Dear Premier Wynne:

When I became Leader of the Ontario PC Party in May of this year, you made a commitment that you wouldn't delay a by-election call as soon as a riding became available.  Yesterday, Garfield Dunlop, an invaluable member of the PC Party for more than 20 years, announced his resignation as MPP for Simcoe North to provide me the opportunity to represent the interests and concerns of this constituency at Queen’s Park.

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Garfield Dunlop resigns as MPP, PC Leader Patrick Brown to run in Simcoe North

COLDWATER – Today, Garfield Dunlop announced his resignation as the Member of Provincial Parliament for Simcoe North, effective August 1st, 2015.   

“It has been an honour to serve the people of Simcoe North for the past 16 years. But over the past few months, it has become clear to me that Patrick Brown is someone who could do a lot of good work for Ontarians in the Ontario Legislature,” said Garfield Dunlop, MPP for Simcoe North. “I have seen what he has done for the Simcoe County area, and given the chance, I believe he could move mountains to make life better for the people of Simcoe North, and Ontario.”

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Liberals Create Unsustainable Environment for Auto Industry

WINDSOR, ON – Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown, along with Ontario PC MPPs Monte McNaughton (Lambton-Kent-Middlesex), Bob Bailey (Sarnia-Lambton), Rick Nicholls (Chatham-Kent-Essex), and Jeff Yurek (Elgin-Middlesex-London), were in Windsor today meeting with auto industry experts to discuss the current state of Ontario’s auto industry.

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