Hillier introduces an Act to Proclaim Constitution Day

Randy Hillier, MPP rose in the House to introduce an Act to Proclaim Constitution Day. March 29th was the day that both the British North America Act, 1867 and the Canada Act, 1982 received Royal Assent.

Randy also remarks how far our knowledge of the Constitution has fallen and discusses how even prospective high school students in 1925 were required to know every aspect of the British North America Act.


The Canadian Constitution Foundation has set up a website to educate Canadians You can find out more about Constitution Day on this website.

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"It's the taxpayers' money, not the government's"

Randy Hillier, MPP responded to debate on his Private Member's Bill to strengthen the Taxpayer Protection Act and told the Mimosa Coalition of the champagne socialists in the Liberals and the NDP that they need to wise up to the facts. The Rae NDP Government raised income taxes and gas taxes twice. The McGuinty-Wynne Liberals have broken the Taxpayer Protection Act four times since they took power.

Taxes are the biggest part of an average Canadian family's expenditure, more than hydro, food and shelter. But under the Mimosa Coalition, taxes only go up.

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Ontario Taxpayers Deserve Protection and Respect

Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington rose in the House to speak to his Bill to strengthen the Taxpayer Protection Act and protect the hard-working people of Ontario from another Liberal-NDP tax grab. It's about protecting our most vulnerable citizens from increases in the largest part of their family budgets: taxes.

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Hillier: Premier Wynne chooses mimosas over taxpayers

Randy Hillier, MPP asked the Premier whether she would disown McGuinty's legacy and support Randy's Bill to strengthen the Taxpayer Protection Act and protect Ontario taxpayers from another champagne socialist Liberal-NDP tax grab.

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Queen's Park Scuttlebutt: Focus Ontario, Amherst Island, Bill 119 town hall, Drive Clean and a Day for our Constitution

Drive Clean
The Auditor General has recommended that due to modern improvements in vehicles and fuels vehicle emissions are no longer a major contributor to smog in Ontario and that the Drive Clean program be phased out. But the Drive Clean program continues to exist and charge hard-working people for no reason. That's why I've launched a petition to get the Liberal Government to Eliminate the Drive Clean Program. Click here to sign the petition to get rid of the woeful program.

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Ontario disappoints in inaugural Canadian Property Rights Index

Last week the Manitoba-based Frontier Centre for Public Policy released its inaugural Canadian Property Rights Index. The aim of the index is to determine how each of Canada's provinces and territories protect property rights. Ontario tied with New Brunswick for 7th place with a score of 59%.

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Hillier: Sick Days are for Sick People, Not Paid Vacations

Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, speaks in support of John O'Toole's Bill 25, the Sick Days for Sick People Act and criticizes the culture of "hogwash sick days" that he experienced working in the public sector.

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Randy Hillier Responds to the Speech from the Throne

In his response to the McGuinty-Wynne Government's first throne speech, Randy Hillier condemns the Liberals for their legacy of wholesale economic failure and hopes the Liberals will repudiate the legacy of Dalton McGuinty.

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Focus Ontario - Randy Defending Rural Ontario

Randy Hillier joins John Tory and Leslie Roberts on Global TV's Focus Ontario. They discuss Kathleen Wynne's recent failed attempts to win over rural Ontario and the lasting legacy of the McGuinty-Wynne Liberal's across rural Ontario. Randy's segment begins at the 8:36 mark. 

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Hillier Debates Bill 21- Leaves to Help Families Act

Randy Hillier debates Bill 21 - Leaves to Help Families Act - at second Reading. Randy identifies the difference between how to do good public policy versus poor public policy, and thanks the Liberals for listening to the PC Party and their original concerns regarding the previous iteration of this Legislation.

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