Randy Hillier discusses the new Ontario PC white paper on Labour Reform, Paths to Prosperity – Flexible Labour Markets, with Brian Lilley on Sun News Network.
Randy Hillier is interviewed by Lake 88 about the Ontario PC white paper Paths to Prosperity: Flexible Labour Markets.
Randy Hillier is interviewed by Ezra Levant on The Source regarding the awful restrictions on property rights in Ontario based on wildlife occupation.Read more
Ottawa Citizen - Strict new provincial standards will define wildlife habitats in need of protection
Published on July 3rd, 2012 in the Ottawa Citizen
Twenty tadpoles, five common garter snakes or a single duck nest would be enough to define land as “significant wildlife habitat” in need of protection from development under strict new Ontario standards.Read more
(Toronto) - PC Party Labour Critic Randy Hillier and Leader Tim Hudak unveiled a bold new policy white paper on Labour reform Paths to Prosperity: Flexible Labour Markets.Read more
The Legislature recessed for the summer on June 20, however a number of standing committees will continue to deliberate and receive public delegations throughout the summer. And of course the best part of the Legislature recessing is that I can devote more time to local problems and concerns rather than the political charades and nonsense of Queen’s Park and Toronto.Read more
Randy Hillier stands in the Legislature to address the Liberal Government's failure to fund an Acquired Brain Injury facility in Napanee.Read more
MPP Randy Hillier celebrates the 85th anniversary of the Repeal of Prohibition in Ontario by making a statement in the Ontario Legislature.
May 31st marked the 85th anniversary of the repeal of prohibition in Ontario, which was the result of a referendum in 1924. Many people believe that referendums are an American concept and shouldn't be allowed in Ontario, but I think they’re a great way for people to rid society of terrible laws and participate in democracy. Here is my statement on repeal day.Read more
Randy Hillier makes a statement at Queens Park, that Carleton Place Hospital is in need of redevelopment, but has been caught in a bureaucratic loop unable to expand to suit the demand of a growing population. For nine years Carleton Place Hospital board of directors have been trying to bring change to the small hospital.Read more