I had the pleasure to sit down in studio with Lake 88's Bob Perreault and Carleton Place resident Doug Leitch to discuss out of control hydro rates and the April 4th Province Wide Hydro Protest. We also talked specifically about the Carleton Place hydro demonstration on April 4th taking place at the Carleton Place Farmers Market.
As originally published in the Ottawa Citizen, February 7, 2014
The proverb “shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations” refers to a family’s generational cycle through poverty and prosperity; does this proverb also reflect Ontario’s political generations?Read more
Randy Hillier joined Rob Snow on CFRA's Lowell Green Show to talk about Ontario Ombudsman Andre Marin's decision to investigate Hydro One over its poor billing practices.
Randy Hillier joined Ed Hand on 1310 News in Ottawa to talk about Eastern Ontario's propane problems this winter.Read more
Randy sat down today with Lake 88's Norm Wright to chat about the ongoing issues with Ontario's hydro system and his attempts to make the Ontario Legislature to make sure that voters are better represented.Read more
Last night I joined Ryan Doyle and John Downs on Newstalk 1010's Friendly Fire program to talk about my new Bill, Bill 148, that would allow the sale of beer and wine in private stores such as convenience and grocery stores.
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington, introduced a Bill to reform Human Rights Tribunals in Ontario. This Bill would allow the awarding of costs to the defendants in a Human Rights Tribunal if their defense is successful. Currently only plaintiffs are awarded costs. This is inconsistent with all other courts.Read more
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington, introduced a Bill to allow for the sale of beer and wine at grocery stores and corner stores. People in every province and state surrounding Ontario are given the same convenient option. It's time we do the same.Read more
Published in the Globe and Mail on November 20th, 2013
By Maria Babbage, Canadian Press
Ontario’s Premier should allow voters to fire provincial and municipal politicians who behave badly, Progressive Conservative Randy Hillier said Wednesday.Read more
Published on GlobalNews.ca on November 6th, 2013
Randy Hillier wants to make all politicians in Ontario more accountable.
The Progressive Conservative MPP for Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington tabled a private member’s bill on Oct. 30 that would allow voters in Ontario to recall and replace their MPPs.