It was a pleasure to debate and offer my comments on the government's proposed changes to the rules of the Assembly.Read more
Today I questioned the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services about the Government’s failure to prioritize funding to families in need of autism services.Read more
MANY LESSONS STILL TO BE LEARNED
HILLIER CALLS ON MINISTER, UNIONS, AND SCHOOL BOARDS, TO DO BETTER
I rose in the Legislature this afternoon to address Ontario’s education crisis and tomorrow’s job action by OSSTF and ETFO members.Read more
The CN Rail strike is about to make itself felt as a propane shortage grips the country.
This isn’t something that will simply hurt those looking to throw a steak on the BBQ, it will hurt farmers trying to dry crops that have just come off the fields as well as the many people across rural areas who heat their homes with propane.Read more
(QUEEN’S PARK) Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston independent MPP Randy Hillier has written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and demanded that action be taken to avert an impending province-wide propane shortage as we head into what is predicted to be one of the coldest winters in recent memory.Read more
Here is my Independent perspective of Ontario's hair brained & bizzare lottery system for retail cannabis stores and the significant consequences that have resulted.Read more
Laura Osman · CBC News · Posted: Nov 20, 2019 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: November 20
If designated, the Home Construction Regulatory Authority would be responsible for reforming the way home builders are governed in Ontario. (CBC)
The head of the new organization tasked with replacing Tarion says he plans to take the auditor general's scathing criticism into account as he overhauls the province's home-building industry, but critics still have their doubts anything will change.
Tarion, an arms-length government agency that regulates the industry and is supposed to ensure builders honour their warranties, has come under fire from homeowners and their advocates, the government and most recently, Ontario Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk, who characterized Tarion's relationship with builders as far too close for comfort.Read more