Thank you to everyone who attended my Christmas Hootenanny this year.
Hear me sing, and catch up with me on the last year.
The QP Briefing team invited me for their final podcast of 2019. We discussed why I've fallen in love with politics again thanks to my status as an independent.Read more
I joined Bob Perreault on Lake88's In Focus to discuss the last legislative session and the wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.Read more
Hydro One continues to frustrate and obstruct the Government’s mandate to lower electricity costs and improve and expand quality broadband internet in rural Ontario.Read more
During the last week of the Legislature Randy introduced a Private Members Bill, the Public Accountability and Lobbyist Transparency Act, 2019, which, if passed, will provide a much more robust framework to ensure elected members and public servants act in a fashion more in keeping with our expectations, and to limit the undue influence that some lobbyists have over government.Read more
Although unplanned and unexpected, my exile in March turned out to be a refreshing deliverance from a political party and a caucus that had devolved into a “Lord of the Flies” re-enactment, distant from the statement of principles encoded in the Progressive Conservative Party’s constitution.Read more
Why is Canada’s First World War prime minister, Sir Robert Borden hanging at the Perth Royal Canadian Legion?
Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston MPP Randy Hillier presented a portrait of Canada’s eighth prime minister, who served from 1911 to 1920, to the legion on Friday, Nov. 15, which has been hung near the First World War section inside the the Hall of Remembrance at the legion.Read more
Check out Grandpa’s smile!
MPP Steve Clark and fellow MPP, Randy Hillier joined Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit staff at the Rideau Community Services site in Smiths Falls to launch the Ontario Senior Dental Care Program.Read more