I trust that together in committee, all sides will be working in good faith to adopt my anti corruption Bill for Lobbyists, elected members and staff; give our Integrity Commissioner more robust oversight, and enshrine meaningful penalties for political wrongdoings.Read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 20, 2020
(QUEEN’S PARK) Randy Hillier’s anti-corruption bill, the Public Accountability and Lobbyist Transparency Act passed Second Reading with support from all four parties and the independents in the Ontario Legislature today. This passing is a critical step towards becoming law, and bringing much needed reforms to the Ontario Government’s procedures for elected officials, public servants, and lobbyists.Read more
While politicians refuse to act for fear of losing a few votes, small groups of radical, privileged and dishonest idealogues are attempting to derail Canadian society.
These groups have hijacked our charitable dispositions, successfully stifled our freedom of speech through coercive political correctness, distorted our education, rewritten our history, abused freedom of assembly, caused financial harm and grave disruptions to our economy, while seeking to impoverish and lower the standards of all Canadians regardless of their ancestry. They seek to prevent the Indigenous peoples from sharing in the fruits of a modern society while enshrining their dependence onto a welfare state.Read more
Randy Hillier had a chance to speak on his recently released opinion piece in the National Post on Canada Talks with Matt Gurney. They discuss the problems and realistic results of form letters while offering best practices to help get your voice heard in government.
You can read the opinion piece here: https://nationalpost.com/opinion/randy-hillier-want-to-affect-change-skip-the-form-lettersRead more
As a member of Ontario’s provincial parliament, I sincerely enjoy reading correspondence from, and conversing with, individuals who share with me their unique experiences that illustrate and justify amending public policies, statutes or regulations. Not only do these personal perspectives assist me in understanding the nuances and complexities of the issues involved, they also help in developing public policy solutions to the problems.
I place considerable weight on these personal interactions, but with advancements in technology, including social media, this form of communication is increasingly being replaced with the speed and convenience of form emails that are composed by others and empty of any personal experiences or meaningful insights.Read more
On February 20th, I will be debating my private members Bill 162 the Public Accountability and Lobbyist Registration Act. The bill addresses unique shortcomings within the Ontario Legislature which have exposed governments of all political stripes to scandals and investigations. All of which tarnishes the integrity and respectability of the institution of parliament.Read more
Wonderful to join in the fun at Lake 88's Annual Christmas Kitchen Party, along with my rendition of Twas the Night Before Christmas, there was a special request for Silent Night. I had a wonderful time with jolly tunes, and revelry all around in their studio. Merry Christmas everyone!Read more
Make your voices heard, on rural broadband expansion.
Based on my survey of residents earlier this year I am astonished that 93% of households in my riding do not meet the minimum standard for internet service and over half pay between $150-$300 per month for their services.
Along side a recently released petition to the House of Commons I am launching a petition to The Ontario Government to demand action on broadband expansion in rural Ontario.
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