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NDP Election Bribery Bill Passes Second Vote

NDP Election Bribery Bill Passes Second Vote

More Questions Raised For Liberals QUEEN’S PARK, ON – NDP House Leader Gilles Bisson says successful second reading of his Putting Voters First Act puts the governing Wynne Liberals between a rock and a hard place. The Act, which would make it illegal to “apply for, accept or agree to [Read more]

Ontario Parks Celebrates Algoma-Manitoulin Summer Student

Ontario Parks Celebrates Algoma-Manitoulin Summer Student

Bursary Awards Program Provides Educational Support to Exceptional Summer Staff Lina Vermeer of Massey has earned an educational bursary award for her outstanding work as an Ontario Parks summer employee. “I would like to thank Lina Vermeer for her outstanding contribution to Ontario Parks this [Read more]

Much Work to Be Done While Legislature In Recess

Much Work to Be Done While Legislature In Recess

The Ontario Legislature may be recessed for the summer, but there is still so much going on, both here in Algoma-Manitoulin and across the province. I have enjoyed many opportunities to speak with so many constituents in the last few weeks. Algoma-Manitoulin has no shortage of events for locals and [Read more]

Ontario Invests in Small Businesses in the Northeast

Ontario Invests in Small Businesses in the Northeast

Province Supporting Job Creation, Growing Regional Economy Ontario is supporting business development in the Northeast by helping local companies expand operations and increase revenues. With an investment of nearly $1 million through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), the [Read more]

Safety of Communities a Priority for NAPS Chair and Chief

Safety of Communities a Priority for NAPS Chair and Chief

THUNDER BAY, ON – Nishnawbe Aski Police Service (NAPS) Board Chair Mike Metatawabin and NAPS Chief of Police Terry Armstrong react to today’s news that NAPS Officers voted to go on strike. While NAPS officers are not currently on strike, within approximately 3-4 weeks, NAPS officers may [Read more]

OPP Communications Centres Inundated with Calls RE: CRA Scam

OPP Communications Centres Inundated with Calls RE: CRA Scam

WAWA, ON – Last month, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) warned the public with regards to the ongoing Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Scam that is running rampant throughout Ontario. It has now come to our attention that our Provincial Communications Centres are being inundated with calls from the [Read more]

NDP Open Letter on Northern Ontario Gas Prices

NDP Open Letter on Northern Ontario Gas Prices

Rec’vd from the office of MPP Michael Mantha June 22, 2016 ___________________ 16 June, 2016 The Hon. Glenn Thibeault, Minister of Energy 4th Floor, Hearst Block 900 Bay Street Toronto, Ontario M7A 2E1 Re: Gas Prices Dear Minister, People across Ontario, and especially the North, are being [Read more]

Government Contempt for Independent Watchdogs?

Government Contempt for Independent Watchdogs?

Misrepresentation of FAO’s opinion further sign of Liberal contempt for independent watchdogs: NDP QUEEN’S PARK, ON – Today, another of the province’s independent watchdogs has written to point out the Liberal Government’s disrespect for their office.  This time, Financial [Read more]

Ontario Supports Expansion of Port of Thunder Bay

Ontario Supports Expansion of Port of Thunder Bay

Province Increasing Port Capacity, Strengthening Local Economy Ontario is helping Thunder Bay Port Authority expand its dock-side operations and construct a new storage facility to handle more cargo. With an investment of $1 million through the province’s Northern Ontario Heritage Fund [Read more]

Youth Challenged To Volunteer in Their Community

Youth Challenged To Volunteer in Their Community

Young Ontarians Kick Off 9th Annual ChangeTheWorld Campaign Ontario is challenging high school students to “change the world” by volunteering for at least three hours in their communities. Markham area high school students helped kick off the ninth annual ChangeTheWorld – [Read more]

Green Investment Fund Supporting Shift to a Low-Carbon Economy

Green Investment Fund Supporting Shift to a Low-Carbon Economy

Ontario Partnering With First Nations to Address Climate Change Ontario continues to put its new Climate Change Strategy into action by investing $13 million in two initiatives to help Indigenous communities address climate change and support economic growth. The province is providing $5 million [Read more]

Canada renews commitment to advancing gender equality globally at United Nations

Canada renews commitment to advancing gender equality globally at United Nations

Status of Women Canada OTTAWA, ON – The Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Status of Women, is leading the Canadian delegation to the 60th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW), beginning on March 14, 2016 in New York. The focus of the UNCSW this year is [Read more]

Ontario to Expand Black Bear Hunting Pilot

Ontario to Expand Black Bear Hunting Pilot

Province Committed to Sustainable Black Bear Management Ontario is expanding the spring bear hunting pilot to gather further information to assess concerns voiced by northern communities about human-bear conflicts, and to support economic growth and tourism in the north. The spring bear hunt pilot [Read more]

Ontario Implementing New Indigenous Training and Education Requirements

Ontario Implementing New Indigenous Training and Education Requirements

Province Committed to Working with Partners to Address Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action The provincial government is taking steps to address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s (TRC) Calls to Action regarding education and training, including introducing [Read more]

Premier’s Statement on the Independent Advisory Board on Senate Appointments

Premier’s Statement on the Independent Advisory Board on Senate Appointments

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne released the following statement on the selection of Ontario’s representatives to the Independent Advisory Board on Senate Appointments: “Today the federal government announced the members of its new Independent Advisory Board on Senate Appointments. I [Read more]

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