Motion: Create A Select Committee On Education

Randy Hillier (Independent MPP for Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston) has tabled a motion in the Ontario Legislature to create a Select Committee on Education.




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Will Government And Teachers Ever Stop Fighting?

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28 February 2020

(Queen’s Park) - Randy Hillier (Independent MPP for Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston) has tabled a motion in the Ontario Legislature to create a Select Committee on Education.



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(Video) Statement: Conservation Authorities Feedback

The review of the Conservation Authorities Act is a commitment made by the current government during the 2018 provincial general election, with the objective of moving Ontario’s Conservation Authorities back to their core mandate.

I encourage everyone to participate in the public consultation process to make your ideas and concerns known. The deadline for completing the online survey and providing feedback is Friday, March 13th, 2020.

You can participate by following the link here.

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Consultation: Ontario Conservation Authorities

I have had significant dealings with the Conservation Authorities in my riding, both before being elected and since.

I cannot count the number of times I have intervened and advocated for my constituents over unjust demands, incompetence, misapplication of regulations, or actions that are ultra vires.

I encourage everyone to participate in the public consultation process to make your ideas and concerns known.

The cut off for feedback is March 13th, so time is of the essence.

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(Video) Question: Create A Standing Committee On Indigenous Relations

Today in the Ontario Legislature, Randy Hillier (Independent MPP for Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston) called upon the government to create a Standing Committee on Indigenous Relations.

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Hillier Calls For A Standing Committee On Indigenous Relations

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25 February 2020

 

(Queen’s Park) - Today in the Ontario Legislature, Randy Hillier (Independent MPP for Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston) called upon the government to create a Standing Committee on Indigenous Relations.

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Ending the Indian Act & Blockades, using Facts and Plain Language, Pt 2

Radical Protestors Calling for a Shutdown to CanidI am pleased to see some of the railway blockades ending, however we all know that until there is fundamental change, blockades, protests, and irreparable harm to our economy will continue.

Although there are those who disagree with my positions on the railway blockades and the attempts made to “Shut Canada Down”, the vast majority of my constituents who have called or emailed me, support my position.

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(Video) Debate: 2nd Reading Bill 162 Passes

In a rare show of unity, all four parties in the Ontario Legislature came together in support of my Bill 162, the Public Accountability and Lobbyist Transparency Act.

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.

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Hillier’s Anti-Corruption Bill Passes Second Reading

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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.

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Ending the Indian Act, Blockades, and Hypocrisy

Radical Protestors Calling for a Shutdown to Canid

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.

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