Time for another scuttlebutt update on Freedom, Justice and Democracy from Queen’s Park.
The next few weeks will be pretty hectic, not only with the real business of the Legislature, but also with the frivolity that is always present in a minority parliament. I'm sure you have heard some of the rumours of Dalton trying to lure opposition members to resign with extravagant patronage positions so that he may yet get a majority, but I can assure you he hasn't approached me yet, but if he does I'll let everyone know ASAP.
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, stands in Queen's Park to condemn Bill 77 and the NDP's plan to reduce worker's privacy rights.Read more
(QUEEN’S PARK) - Randy Hillier, Ontario PC Labour Critic, introduced the final two pieces of legislation yesterday as part of his series on labour reform. Hillier introduced the third and fourth Bills of his four-part package for labour reform in Ontario.Read more
(Queen's Park) - MPP Randy Hillier, Ontario PC Labour Critic, introduced legislation today to defend workers’ choice. Randy was joined at Queen’s Park today with various contractors from across Ontario. The Defending Employee’s Rights Act (Collective Bargaining and Financial Disclosure by Trade Unions), 2012, is the start of a series of labour reform Bills that Randy Hillier will be introducing in the coming weeks.Read more
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, stands in the Legislative Assembly to congratulate the practitioners of Falun Dafa on their anniversary and to condemn the offensive practises of the Chinese Communist Government.Read more
Two weeks ago I sent you an update from Queens Park entitled "The Scuttlebutt from Queens Park" and received so much positive response I've decided to do it again.
As you are probably aware the three pillars which guide my political undertakings are "Freedom, Justice & Democracy"
Randy Hillier participates in day two of the Bill 16 (BSL) breed specific legislation committee hearings.Read more
Maria Toorpaki grew up in one of Pakistan's most tribal and repressive areas. She had to disguise herself to play squash and her family received death threats as a consequence. She now trains in Canada and is set to become the world's number one female squash player. Her organization helps girls in Pakistan and the Middle East find freedom by overcoming the sexism in the culture.Read more
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, stands in Queen's Park and asks whether the government will support Bill 70 and bring arbitration reform to Ontario.Read more
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, introduces The Trust in Arbitration Act at Queen's Park to fix the lack of trust employers and employees have in our broken arbitration system.Read more