In addition to looking for warmer weather and Easter eggs last week, many people, including the OPP, were on the hunt for computer hard drives, emails and the truth that appears to have gone missing from Queens Park. During the hunt it appears the Globe & Mail may have stumbled upon another Government scandal regarding taxpayer’s money.Read more
It has been a sad state of affairs lately given the endless political shambles of a few Senators, Premiers and Mayors. Their respective failings and falsehoods underscore why our democracy is in the shape it is currently in.
However, I have remained busy and thought you might find some of my recent activity both important and interesting.Read more
Much has transpired since my last newsletter, both good news as well as some disappointing news. Let’s start with the good news first:Read more
The Legislature is almost back in session and it's time another Scuttlebutt before summer's end. There's only two days left of discounted early bird registration for the Second Annual Canadian Property Rights Conference. I also want to give you an update of what I'm doing to fix issues at Tarion and Hydro One and to end Ontario's breed specific legislation.Read more
While the legislature has been recessed, I've taken a breather from the weekly Toronto and Queen's Park smog. In between helping my constituents, I've managed to get some much needed painting, drywalling and insulation renovations completed on my house. Working with tools and being with constituents during the summer has been a welcome change from the endless partisanship at Queen's Park. But just because summer is here doesn’t mean there isn’t Scuttlebutt from Queen’s Park.Read more