Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, debates Bill 46 - An Act to authorize the expenditure of certain amounts or the fiscal year and blasts the Liberals and their financial mismanagement, their waste and their scandals.Read more
In Queen's Park today, Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, debates Bill 34 and the events of last summers G20 summit meeting.Read more
Published on March 12th, 2012 in the Toronto Sun
Ever since 2005, after a nasty dog attack on an individual, Ontario has legislated a ban on pit bulls, imposed in the name of public safety.
The issue has been a topic of debate ever since.
Critics call the law “canine racism,” and say breed specific legislation (BSL), is vague to the point that it’s uncertain as to what constitutes a “pit bull.”
Published in the Calgary Herald on Sunday, March 11th, 2012
As I was reading between the lines of the Drummond report, a penny dropped out from the political spin: Premier Dalton McGuinty's message is that Ontario can no longer compete with the likes of Alberta or Newfoundland because we don't have their natural resources.
Published on March 8th, 2012 in the Frontenac News as a Letter to the Editor
Recently, the Ontario Ministry of Natural resources (MNR) proposed new regulations to protect the gray rat snake. These regulations include three levels of exclusion zones around the snakes’ habitat reaching out as far as one kilometre from their known haunts. And just in case if you forgot how the MNR works, these regulations will restrict or prevent what you can do on your private property without compensation if a gray rat snake is found within 1000 meters of your land.