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Queen's Park Report - Wilson pleased with Premier’s visits to Simcoe-Grey to announce support for police and first responders

(October 17, 2018) - During the past two weeks, I was pleased to twice welcome Premier Doug Ford to Simcoe-Grey for two great announcements in support of our police and first responders across the province.

On October 16, I was happy to join Premier Doug Ford in The Blue Mountains for a speech at the Ontario Provincial Police Association Annual General meeting. The Premier’s speech focused on law enforcement’s role in the protection of public health and safety within the province’s tightly regulated private cannabis retail marketplace.

As you all know, the Trudeau government legalized cannabis across the country on October 17. During his speech, the Premier indicated his concern that the federal government is still unable to provide law enforcement with reliable equipment to test for drug-impaired driving.

“It’s been three years since the Prime Minister committed to legal cannabis, yet the federal government cannot give our police a reliable test for drug-impaired driving,” the Premier said. “I’m calling on the federal government to address this critical issue and get our police the tools needed to keep our roads safe.”

I want to ensure anybody with concerns about the federal government’s decision to legalize cannabis that our government is committed to public health, public safety and protecting youth. We are calling on the Federal Government to step up and provide the police with the tools they need to keep our communities safe.

In Ontario, there will be strict enforcement of federal and provincial rules and a zero-tolerance approach for any retailer who provides cannabis to a minor. We will align cannabis consumption rules with the Smoke Free Ontario Act, which outright bans smoking near schools, playgrounds, hospitals, child care facilities and indoors - among other areas.

Our municipalities will have a one-time window to opt out of permitting cannabis retail stores within their municipal boundaries and they can enact bylaws that further restrict smoking cannabis beyond provincial minimum standards in places like parks.

“When it comes to cannabis, we can assure all Ontarians that we’ve done our homework, we are working closely with our police and other partners and no matter what lies ahead, Ontario will be ready,” said Premier Ford.

On October 11, I was thrilled to welcome Premier Ford and the Honourable Michael Tibollo, Minister of Community Services and Correctional Services to Alliston for a very important and historic announcement.

At the Nottawasaga OPP Detachment, Premier Ford announced Ontario’s Government for the People will take immediate action to keep Ontarians safe and protect communities by replacing the province’s  crumbling Public Safety Radio Network, which front-line emergency responders rely on during emergencies.

“This modernization project is long overdue,” said Premier Ford. “Our frontline and emergency responders need to have reliable, modern tools and resources in place to do their jobs and we are going to make sure this life-saving system gets underway.”

I was very proud to have the Premier make this vital announcement in Simcoe-Grey in front of so many of our first-responders, who do amazing work every single day. They deserve to have reliable, modern tools and resources in place to do their jobs and our government is going to make sure this life-saving system gets underway.

Across Ontario, 38,000 front-line and emergency responders including OPP police officers, paramedics and hospital staff, forest firefighters, provincial highway maintenance staff, as well as enforcement and correctional officers can can count on the communications infrastructure, network and equipment they need when responding to emergencies.

We’re going to replace the network’s aging infrastructure with state-of-the-art radio equipment and consoles. The network is to be fully operational by 2023.


Queen’s Park report: Government will continue working to restore trust and accountability in finances

(September 24, 2018) – Last week my friend and colleague, Finance Minister Vic Fedeli announced the results of the Independent Commission of Financial Inquiry into the previous government’s accounting practices.


The report shows the previous government left a $15 billion deficit and as Mr. Fedeli said: “the Commission report reveals a culture of waste embedded at the highest levels of the previous government. In an election year, they pursued a reckless spree of deficit-financed spending.”


We have also learned that contrary to what the previous government reported, they did not run a surplus in 2017-18, but rather ran up a hidden $3.7 billion deficit.


This report is the first step towards our Government For the People’s pledge to restore accountability and trust in government, respect taxpayers and get our fiscal house in order.


I am happy to say, that after a 15 years of reckless spending and mismanagement, all the people of Ontario have finally received a full, honest and clear picture of the province’s finances. I’m pleased to see that, for the first time in three years, the Auditor General has provided a clean audit opinion on the Public Accounts. This is significant step forward for our province.


This is a positive first step, but the overall numbers remain very troubling. Ontario is $338 billion in debt. That is the largest subnational debt of any province or state in the entire world. It is more than $24,000 for every Ontarian. Last year, we paid $11.9 billion in interest payments to service the public debt. Those payments are more than twice the operating budget of the former Ministry of Children and Youth Services and bigger than the entire operating budget of the City of Toronto.


In 12 out of 15 years, the previous Liberal government ran a deficit. From 2003 to 2018, the Liberals increased the province’s net debt by 160% or almost $200 billion.


As a result of this report, Premier Doug Ford will appoint a Select Committee to investigate how the province’s fiscal situation became so dire. The committee will have the power to call witnesses, compel documents and gather evidence. It’s time for the residents of Ontario to get the answers they deserve.


There is a lot of work to be done to clean up this mess. I can assure everybody the government takes its responsibility to achieve fiscal prudence and sustainable government services very seriously. We’re going to fix this problem and get Ontario’s finances back in good shape, which will help get our province back on the path to prosperity.


We remain committed to balancing the budget as quickly as possible. Now that we have a better understanding of the issues with the previous government’s accounting practices, the line-by-line review being conducted by EY Canada will help us determine a path forward to eliminate duplication and waste in government spending.


There is still a long road to travel, but for the first time in many years, I am confident we are on the right path.



Wilson congratulates David and Clara Johnson on 60th wedding anniversary

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"It was my pleasure to congratulate David and Clara Johnson on their 60th wedding anniversary at their garden party celebration in Wasaga Beach last weekend. This is an incredible milestone and it was an honour to attend such a special occasion," said MPP Jim Wilson.

Wilson attends Essa Salmon Riverbank Derby

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"I had a great time at the 16th annual Essa Salmon Riverbank Derby on Sunday afternoon. I want to thank the organizers for the invitation and congratulations to all the anglers who participated in the competition," said MPP Jim Wilson.

Minister's Wilson and Yurek in Angus to discuss Ontario Tree Seed Plant

(August 29, 2018) Yesterday, Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson and representatives from the office of Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry were in Angus to tour the Ontario Tree Seed Plant. Following the tour, MPP Wilson and Minister Jeff Yurek, who participated by teleconference, met with industry experts and local advocates to discuss options for the facility moving forward.

 "Premier Ford and I made a commitment during the last election to review the previous government's decision to close the Ontario Tree Seed Facility. We intend to follow through on that promise," said Wilson. "I would like to thank those who attended the meetings and for their participation"
Minister Yurek also provided comment: "As the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry it was important for me to sit down and listen to the concerns of the community," said Yurek. “Our government is here for the people of Ontario and to make sure we’re consulting them in order to make appropriate decisions
Included in the meetings were representatives from Somerville Nurseries, County of Simcoe, AWARE Essa and Friends of the Utopia Gristmill and Park.
To watch Jim's interview with CTV News Barrie CLICK HERE (Begins at 10:15 mark)

Our Government Keeps Promises!

Promise Made, Promises Kept: a review of our top 20 achievements so far


August 16, 2018

Queen’s Park: Today, Ontario Government House Header, Minister Todd Smith recapped our government’s promises kept since coming to office. Focusing on our top 20 achievements, these historic changes will save families money, make life more affordable and bring accountability back to government.

“During the election, we presented our Plan for the People. Citizens across Ontario supported our plan by sending us to Queen’s Park with a strong majority,” said Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson.

“Since July, we have delivered key initiatives that will help lower gas prices and reduce your hydro bills, restore accountability and trust in government, and send a message to the world that Ontario is open for business,” said Todd Smith, Government House Leader and Minister of Government and Consumer Services.

Since forming government, under the leadership of Premier Doug Ford, we have been busy passing legislation and taking action on many files to improve life for Ontarians, including:

Passing the Urgent Priorities Act, including immediate action to protect students by ending the York University Strike, bring unprecedented transparency and accountability to Hydro One, and cancel an industrial wind turbine project in Prince Edward County that had been improperly approved during the general election.

Passing the Better Local Government Act, which will reduce the size and cost of Toronto’s city council — saving local taxpayers $25 million dollars that can be invested in other priorities. The Act will also prevent gridlock in Peel, York, Muskoka and Niagara by removing yet another layer of elected politicians.

Introducing the Cap and Trade Cancellation Act that, if passed, will save the average Ontario family $260 and bring gas prices down by 4.3 cents per litre.

Overseeing the renewal of Hydro One including the departure of the previous CEO and Board of Directors and instalment of a new Board, backed up by real accountability and transparency measures.

Dedicating an additional $100 million to fight forest fires across Ontario

Introducing a responsible plan for Ontario following the legalization of cannabis that will focus on protecting youth, eliminating the illegal market, and embracing a well-regulated private market.

Challenging the constitutionality of the federal government’s plan to impose a carbon tax on Ontario families, workers and businesses and joining Saskatchewan’s similar challenge of the federal government’s job-killing carbon tax.

Forging a pan-Canadian consensus on the issue of costs associated with illegal border crossings. Every province and territory agreed that it is the federal government’s responsibility to pay for the mess that it has created from its own border policy decisions.

Taking immediate action to clean up the scandals, mismanagement and waste inherited from the previous government by striking an Independent Financial Commission of Inquiry under the leadership of former British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell. We also launched an outside line-by-line audit of all government spending in order to get Ontario’s finances back on track.

Consistently advocating for Ontario jobs, Ontario workers and Ontario businesses threatened by the current trade dispute with the U.S., including direct diplomacy from both the Premier and Jim Wilson, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, south of the border.

Taking urgent and long-overdue action to reform Ontario’s Social Assistance system so that its focus can once again return to helping people get back to work and get their lives back on track.

Cancelling all pre-construction Green Energy Projects as part of the government’s commitment to bringing hydro bills down by 12 per cent.

Announcing the reform of OHIP+ to make it more sustainable by focusing benefits on those who do not have existing prescription drug benefits, while continuing to guarantee that every child and youth still receives the prescription drugs they need.

Leading the fight against gang and gun violence with a $25 million investment that will be directed to the priorities that have been identified by the police themselves.


Queen's Park Report: Buck-a-Beer is returning to Ontario

(August 8, 2018) - Our new government has fulfilled another one of the promises we made during the election campaign.

This week Premier Doug Ford, Finance Minister Vic Fedeli and Minister of Government and Consumer Services Todd Smith announced that Buck-a-Beer will return to Ontario by August 27.

Premier Ford promised during the election campaign to bring back ‘Buck-a-Beer’ and I am happy to say: Promise made, promise kept.


The government is lowering the minimum price floor to $1 for any beer with an alcohol volume below 5.6%. The minimum retail price for beer was $1 in Ontario from 2005 to 2008 until the previous Liberal government banned Buck-a-Beer by increasing the minimum price.


To encourage brewers to lower their prices in time for the Labour Day long weekend, the Premier formally launched the Buck-a-Beer Challenge. Any brewer who agrees to lower their prices on or after August 27 will, for a limited time throughout the year, receive LCBO promotional considerations such as limited time discounts, in-store displays on end aisles and shelf extenders, or advertising in LCBO flyers and newspaper inserts.


We are not subsidizing brewers, as the opposition claims; we are working with brewers and giving them the option to lower prices for consumers. There are no financial incentives from the government and the tax portion of the cost of beer is not being reduced. Buck-a-Beer does not apply to draft beer sold in restaurants and bars and ciders, wines and spirits.


“We’re going to do this smartly and responsibly,” said Premier Ford. “And we trust Ontario beer drinkers and other consumers to make their own smart, mature and responsible choices.”


I am proud to say that Ontario is open for business. Our government was elected to eliminate job-killing red tape and put people first. Buck-a-Beer is part of our commitment to change alcohol retailing across the province including expanding the sale of beer and wine to convenience stores, grocery stores and big box stores.



Wilson thanks Minister Yurek for honouring commitment to review Ontario Tree Seed Plant closure

(July 18, 2018) On Tuesday, the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry, the Honourable Jeff Yurek, announced that he will review a decision made by the previous government over the closure of the Ontario Tree Seed Plant in Angus. Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson thanks the Minister for honouring a commitment he and Premier Doug Ford had made during the election. 
You can read the full statement below, or access the digital version here.
Minister’s Statement Regarding the Ontario Tree Seed Plant
Toronto – Today, the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry Jeff Yurek released the following statement:
“After hearing concerns related to the closure of the Ontario Tree Seed Plant and consulting with my colleagues, I have directed my ministry to review the closure decision.
We will be taking the time to hear from stakeholders, including sitting down with the tree nursery industry and other interested parties as part of this review.
I am committed to taking a closer look at the details of the situation and making sure decisions are made in the best interests of the people of Ontario.”



Throne Speech Lays Out Road Map for PCs Plan for the People

Government for the People outlines top priorities for the next four years


QUEEN’S PARK – Yesterday the newly formed Government for the People outlined its plan to deliver real change for Ontario. The Throne Speech identified key issues that Premier Ford intends to address, which include cleaning up the hydro mess left by the Liberals, protecting students, ending hallway medicine and restoring accountability to government.


"We have a clear mandate from the people," said Premier Doug Ford. "We are ending the deadlocked strike at York University so students can get back to school. We are striking the cap-and-trade carbon tax from the books. And we are cancelling unnecessary renewable energy projects to help lower your electricity bills."


After 15 years of Liberal waste and mismanagement, there are a number of pressing issues that need to be resolved. The Government for the People’s Throne Speech made it clear just how serious this government is about bringing relief to the people of Ontario and creating jobs and economic opportunity.


Minister Jim Wilson is honoured to serve the constituents of Simcoe-Grey as their MPP, and the province as Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade. “I am honoured to be a part of the newly formed Government for the People. I want to thank the constituents of Simcoe–Grey for entrusting me once again to represent and advocate on their behalf. I will work hard to honour the commitments I made to you, both before and during the campaign,” said Minister Wilson.


“As Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, I have started to meet with stakeholders and I look forward to making Ontario open for business. I will work hand-in-hand with Ontario’s business community, job creators, and employees, to make Ontario the economic engine of Canada once again,” said Minister Wilson.



Wilson thanks voters for support, looks forward to the next four years

(July 3, 2018) - I want to take this opportunity to thank you, the residents of Simcoe-Grey, for allowing me to continue to serve as your Member of Provincial Parliament at Queen’s Park. This is a tremendous honour and I promise to represent you as your voice in the 42nd Parliament of Ontario.


My reelection would not have been possible without the wonderful support of my volunteers who did so much work on my behalf. I want to thank them for the excellent job they all did over the course of the campaign. Election campaigns require immense amounts of work including: hammering in signs, answering phone calls, knocking on doors and speaking to voters about the important issues facing the riding and the province as a whole.


I also want to congratulate my fellow candidates. Running as a candidate in an election is a tremendous challenge. It requires a deep commitment and a significant amount of time. Those that put their names forward for public office deserve praise and respect.


This is an exciting time for the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario. For the first time in 15 years, we will form a government under the leadership of Premier Doug Ford. I look forward to serving in this new government and I am excited about the future and the opportunities to do great work for all Ontarians. This will truly be a government for the people.


I am proud to be able to serve as Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade in our new administration. It’s always a tremendous honour to be asked to serve in cabinet by the Premier and I look forward to this new challenge.


Our new government has an amazing amount of new and returning talent. The members of our caucus are very impressive and will do an outstanding job on behalf of the people. We are committed to returning trust and accountability to the government, lowering hydro prices, ending hallway health care, reducing gas taxes and making Ontario open for business again.


Locally, my priorities continue to be the redevelopment of Collingwood General and Marine Hospital and Stevenson Memorial Hospital in Alliston. It’s time for these critical projects to move forward. I am committed to reviewing the decision to close the Ontario Tree Seed Plant in Angus. It is also important to get new washrooms built and the waterfront cleaned up in Wasaga Beach. I will continue to advocate in favour of getting the four new hospice beds open at Campbell House Hospice in Collingwood.


Representing you as your MPP is a job that I love. There is a lot of exciting and interesting work ahead and I look forward to taking this journey with all of you by my side. Please, do not hesitate to contact me or my offices if I can help you, your family or your neighbours in any dealings you have with the Province of Ontario.


Once again, thank you for your many years of continued support. I am humbled by the confidence you have placed in me and I will continue to be your voice at Queen’s Park.




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  238. VIDEO: Wilson questions government on fire safety tool
  239. Auditor-General’s report highlights Liberal incompetence
  240. Liberal math, it never quite adds up
  241. Talking child and family services issues
  242. Meeting with Clearview Library CEO
  243. VIDEO: Wilson raises need for Wasaga high school
  244. VIDEO: Wilson delivers Christmas Tree Day statement
  245. Interesting Q&A with kids at Admiral Collingwood
  246. Meeting with officials at RVH in Barrie
  247. Nice update with My Friend's House
  248. Good meeting with OPPI reps at Queen's Park
  249. Visiting with constituents at Queen's Park
  250. VIDEO: Wilson demands help for local land lease communities
  251. Meeting with Wasaga residents
  252. It's flu shot season
  253. Planning for Alliston hospital redevelopment continues
  254. VIDEO: Remembering wartime efforts in Simcoe-Grey
  255. New land transfer tax powers will hurt Ontarians
  256. Lunch supports Hockley Hall
  257. Meeting in Essa with Alisa Vegter
  258. Wilson visits with page Samuel Martin-Chase
  259. VIDEO: Wilson introduces New Tecumseth hydro resolution
  260. Premier Wynne, are you listening?
  261. Hydro hike hurts Ontarians
  262. Hydro sale a bad idea: FAO report
  263. Proud to celebrate two new Habitat homes in Collingwood
  264. Wilson meets with Dairy Farmers of Ontario
  265. September job numbers reflect Liberal incompetence
  266. Congratulations to Walker Aggregates
  267. Celebrating with Collingwood's Elsie Cruickshank
  268. Wilson seeks answers on Clearview turbine project
  269. VIDEO: More support for expansion of Alliston hospital
  270. Fun day at Elmvale Fall Fair
  271. Wilson pleased to attend Friends of Simon Wiesenthal dinner
  272. VIDEO: Wilson calls on government to fund Matthews House Hospice
  273. Wynne ruining Ontario one bad decision at a time
  274. Watching our firefighters at work
  275. Liberals allowing CCAC system to suffer
  276. Liberals running roughshod over Ontarians
  277. VIDEO: Wilson calls for Alliston hospital redevelopment funding
  278. VIDEO: Wilson fights for constituent’s health care needs
  279. Liberal pension scheme hurts Ontario
  280. Meeting with G&M Hospital
  281. Merchant Navy Day in Collingwood
  282. Let's show our support for Stevenson Memorial
  283. Wilson marks Liberal physiotheraphy cuts in Midland
  284. Thanks to our peacekeepers
  285. Jim Meets with Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center
  286. Jim Meets with Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport
  287. Wilson Thanks Community for Their Efforts with Reopening Springwater Park
  288. Wilson Urges Premier to Address Crisis in Long-Term Care
  289. Jim Meets with Local Farmers
  290. Noble Insurance Celebrates 70th Anniversary
  291. Kathleen Wynne Fails to Deliver on Auto Insurance
  292. Wilson Launches Petition for the Redevelopment of SMH
  293. Wilson Attends 6 Hours of Gibraltar Bike Race in Support of My Friend's House
  294. Ontario Faces another Credit Downgrade
  295. Jim Welcomes MPP John Fraser to Matthews House Hospice
  296. Provincial Portion of Hume Street Project Remains Concern for Wilson
  297. Jim Meets With Local Dignitaries to Combat School Closures
  298. Wilson Continues To Fight Against Government Cuts to Physiotherapy for Seniors
  299. Jim Hosts Alliston 50+ Seminar
  300. Pan Am Games Torch - Collingwood
  301. Wilson Congratulates Christmas Tree Farmers Ontario
  302. Pan Am Games Torch - Alliston
  303. Why a Fire Sale of Hydro One Is a Bad Idea
  304. Jim Hosts Collingwood 50+ Seminar
  305. Petition to Lower Hydro Rates
  306. Tecumseth Beeton Elementary School Visits Queen's Park
  307. VIDEO: Liberal Government Continues to Ignore Crisis in Long-Term Care
  308. VIDEO: Wilson’s Christmas Tree Day Legislation Passes!
  309. VIDEO: Wilson Continues to Question Premier Over Fire Sale of Hydro One
  310. Join Jim at His Upcoming 50+ Seminar
  311. Nottawasaga Pines High School Participates in Relay for Life
  312. VIDEO: Liberals Ultimately Responsible for Billing Errors at Hydro One
  313. VIDEO: MPP Jim Wilson Launches Service Club Petition
  314. Energy File Mismanaged By Liberals Out of Touch With Impact
  315. VIDEO: Ontario Hydro Rates Most Expensive and Disastrous for Ontarians
  316. VIDEO: Liberal Dithering on Teacher Negotiations Creating Anxiety for Ontario Parents
  317. VIDEO: Education System In Chaos; Minister Should be Fired
  318. Enough is Enough - Hydro Protest at Queen's Park
  319. Jim Meets with Home Horizon Transitional Support Program
  320. Rural Ontario Medical Program
  321. VIDEO: Wilson Proposes Private Members Bill to Help Veterans Get Jobs with Ontario Government
  322. VIDEO: Liberal Government Out of Touch with Crisis in Long-Term Care
  323. VIDEO: Liberal Road Maintenance Standards Costing Lives
  324. Liberals Stealing Federal Health Transfer Payments to Pay for Fiscal Mismanagement of Ontario Finances
  325. Essa Franchise Forum
  326. VIDEO: Liberal Government to Use Taxpayers' Dollars to Pay for "Campaign Advertising"
  327. Rotary Day
  328. VIDEO: What Happened to the 54 Million Dollars Cut from Health Care in Last Thursday's Budget
  329. MPP Wilson Says Ontarians Can’t Afford Liberal Budget
  330. VIDEO: PC’s Five Budget Requests Key to Beginning Economic Turnaround
  331. VIDEO: Why Won’t Government Stop Gouging People and Take PC Advice?
  332. VIDEO: Liberal Government Turns Back on Consumers with Opportunistic Hydro One Proposal
  333. VIDEO: Watch Jim on CP24
  334. VIDEO: Liberals Plan to Take Hydro One Proceeds, Leave Customers Holding the Debt
  335. VIDEO: Wilson Again Questions Government over Sale of Hydro One
  336. Jim Speaks at Thornton Lions Club
  337. VIDEO: Tribute to former MPP George McCague
  338. VIDEO: Cap and Trade Nothing but Another Tax That Will Raise the Price of Everything
  339. VIDEO: Hydro One Sale Proceeds Must Legally Be Used for Debt Payments
  340. VIDEO: Wilson Asks Follow up Question on Service Club Resolution
  341. VIDEO: Will Premier Introduce Legislation to Limit Third Party Advertising?
  342. Jim Meets with Ontario Legislative Page Aiden Campbell
  343. Liberals Stifling Jobs and Economic Growth
  344. Blue Mountains Seniors Information and Active Living Fair
  345. VIDEO: Wilson Hopeful Government Will Follow Through With Promise to Fund Matthews House Hospice
  346. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Premier on GM Job Losses
  347. We Can’t Accept Liberal Scandals as the Status Quo
  348. VIDEO: Wilson Continues to Question Wynne over Sudbury Scandal
  349. Wilson Helps Celebrate Probus Month in Alliston
  350. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Premier Again Over Sudbury Scandal
  351. Father F. X. O'Reilly School Visits Queen's Park
  352. Jim Meets with Warden of Simcoe County
  353. VIDEO: Jim recognizes Federated Women's Institute of Ontario
  354. VIDEO: Wilson Renews Call for the Government to Equitably Fund Matthews House Hospice
  355. VIDEO: Ontario PC Interim Leader Jim Wilson Speaks in Support of Ontario Farmers
  356. VIDEO: Premier’s Double Standards on OPP Bribery Investigations Questioned
  357. VIDEO: Leadership from Premier Lacking in Sudbury Scandal
  358. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Premier Again Over Bribery Allegations
  359. VIDEO: Ontario PCs Looking for Answers and Resignations Over Bribery Allegations
  360. Premier Needs to Show Integrity by Taking Bribery Scandal Seriously
  361. VIDEO: Wilson Wins Approval for Service Club Resolution
  362. VIDEO: Ontario PCs Demand Resignations of Apparent Law-Breaking Liberals
  363. VIDEO: Premier Wynne Needs to Suspend her Deputy Chief over Suspicion of Bribery
  364. Wiarton Willie Festival
  365. Wilson Hosts Second Meeting to Discuss Dumping at Tottenham Airfield
  366. Ontario PCs Promote Recognition of E-Petitions by Legislature
  367. Jim meets with Ontario's Ombudsman, André Marin
  368. Wilson Reminds Public to Move Over for Stopped Emergency Vehicles
  369. Now Is Not the Time for Another Gasoline Tax
  370. Ontario PCs Launch Petition to Stop the Carbon Tax
  371. Wilson Makes Donation On Behalf Of PCs to Local Women's Shelters
  372. Jim meets with Local Business
  373. Service Clubs Are an Important Part of Our Community
  374. Luena Daley Wins Ontario Senior Achievement Award
  375. CO Detectors Required in All Homes
  376. VIDEO: Premier’s Pattern of Behaviour Let Down Ontario in Fall Legislative Session
  377. VIDEO: Wilson to Wynne: Pull the Plug on Failed Energy Policies
  378. VIDEO: Sir John A. MacDonald Bicentennial
  379. VIDEO: Auditor General's Report Devastating Indictment of Liberal Government: Wilson
  380. Hospice Palliative Care Ontario
  381. Increased Taxes, Cuts to Services and More Debt
  382. Essa Fire Department Hosts Side by Side Burn Demonstration
  383. VIDEO: Support Sprinklers for Rural Ontarians: Wilson
  384. VIDEO: MPP Grinch’s Block Christmas Tree Day: Wilson
  385. Jim Attends Town of New Tecumseth Inaugural Meeting
  386. VIDEO: Jim Continues to Call on Government to Equitably Fund Hospices
  387. Ontario Legislative Page Program
  388. Jim tours Georgian College
  389. Clearview Tea Company Product Now Available in the Queen's Park Gift Shop
  390. VIDEO: Wilson to Wynne: More Government Mismanagement Over SAMS
  391. VIDEO: Wilson Stands Up for Ontario’s Christmas Tree Industry
  392. VIDEO: Wilson Reintroduces Bill to Fight Wind Turbines Proposed Beside Collingwood Airport
  393. VIDEO: Wilson Grills Wynne Over Education Cuts, School Closures
  394. VIDEO: Wilson to Wynne: Restore Municipal Planning Powers over Wind Turbines
  395. Remembrance Day
  396. Statement on Remembrance Day
  397. Jim Signs Petition to “Ground the Flight Tax”
  398. VIDEO: Jim Continues to Question Government on Wind Turbines at Collingwood Airport
  399. VIDEO: Wilson Advocates for Local Family and Pushes for Proper Programming
  400. VIDEO: Ontario PCs Call for Deputy Premier’s Resignation
  401. Jim Meets with Ministry of Environment Officials
  402. VIDEO: Hydro Bills Going Up as Liberals Ignore Bloated Pensions
  403. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Province on Refusal to Provide Disaster Relief for Angus Tornado Victims
  404. Wilson Concerned Over Dumping Activities in Tottenham
  405. VIDEO: Liberal Scandals and Mismanagement Deny Health Care to Ontario's Most Vulnerable
  406. Statement on Shooting in Ottawa
  407. Jim meets with Minister of Natural Resources
  408. VIDEO: Premier Wynne Refuses to Release MaRS Records
  409. Side Launch Brewery Tour
  410. Wilson Launches Petition in Support of Asthma Protection Bill
  411. Wilson Enjoying Job as Interim Leader of Ontario PC Party
  412. Set Targets for Use of Local Agriculture Product in Government Institutions
  413. Jim Attends 2014 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo
  414. Dedication of a Memorial to the Royal Newfoundland Fencible Infantry
  415. Jim meets with Consul General of Pakistan
  416. Flag-raising Ceremony at Queen's Park
  417. The 2014 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo is being held in Simcoe County
  418. Hydro Cash Grab to Continue: Liberals Hide Suspicious Report on Energy Sector Pensions
  419. VIDEO: Wilson Continues Fight against Wind Turbines at Collingwood Airport
  420. VIDEO: Statement on the Collingwood Elvis Festival
  421. VIDEO: Liberal Tax Grab Threatens Small Airports Across Ontario
  422. VIDEO: Wilson Continues to Call on Government to Equitably Fund Hospices
  423. VIDEO: Jim Presents More Physiotherapy Petitions
  424. VIDEO: Wilson Reintroduces Christmas Tree Legislation
  425. Liberal Budget Fails Ontario
  426. Statement on the Passing of Former MPP George R. McCague
  427. Liberal Throne Speech Takes Ontario in the Wrong Direction
  428. Jim Wilson elected as Interim Leader of Ontario PC Party
  429. Thank You Simcoe-Grey
  430. Wilson Tours Angus to View Aftermath of Tornado
  431. MPP Wilson Responds to Liberals Reckless Budget
  432. VIDEO: Liberals Still Refuse to Fund Life-Saving Medication for 12 Year Old Girl
  433. Jim Meets with Financial Advisors Association
  434. Wilson Introduces Petition to Address Discrepancy in Hospice Funding
  435. MPP Wilson Launches 'Stop Gouging Hydro Rates' Campaign
  436. MPP Jim Wilson Looks for Advice on Angling and Hunting Issues in Simcoe-Grey
  437. VIDEO: Liberals Cuts to Physiotherapy Hurting Seniors: Wilson
  438. Jim Meets with Ontario Medical Students Association
  439. Wilson Joins Dunlop for Skilled Trades Overview Tour Stop in Wasaga Beach
  440. Former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty Passes Away at 64
  441. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Liberals on Funding for Collingwood Hospital
  442. Attorney General Victim Services Awards
  443. VIDEO: Wilson Advocates for Fair Hospice Funding in Ontario
  444. Wilson Introduces Legislation to Recognize Rural Industry
  445. Beaver Valley Rocks Celebrity Curling Match
  446. MPP Jim Wilson Wants to Hear From Local Businesses
  447. Errinrung Residence Hosts a Staff Appreciation Day!
  448. VIDEO: Wilson Continues to Advocate for Drug Coverage of Kalydeco for Madi Vanstone
  449. VIDEO: Where is Liberal Jobs Plan?
  450. Wilson and Dunlop to Host Trades Town Hall in Simcoe-Grey
  451. Wilson Committed to Restoring Horse Racing Industry in Ontario
  452. VIDEO: Wilson Introduces Petition for 12 Year Old Madi Vanstone
  453. VIDEO: Ontario Healthcare System Failing 12 Year Old Madi Vanstone: McGuinty-Wynne Liberals Continue to Refuse Lifesaving Treatment
  454. VIDEO: McGuinty-Wynne Liberals Continue to Refuse Treatment to 12 Year Old Madi Vanstone
  455. VIDEO: Wilson extremely disappointed by Premier Wynne’s Callous Refusal to Fund Treatment for 12 Year Old Madi Vanstone
  456. Jim Tours Darlington Nuclear Station
  457. Wilson Attends Wind Rally at Queen's Park
  458. VIDEO: Jim Speaks to Concerns Heard at Agricultural Roundtable
  459. Liberals Energy Boondoggle to Continue
  460. Jim Congratulates Goodall on Grand Opening of New Location
  461. Jim Speaks to Wasaga Beach Rotary
  462. Wilson, Dunlop and Hardeman to Host Agriculture Roundtable in Simcoe-Grey
  463. Wilson Outraged with Approval for Wind Turbines at Collingwood Airport
  464. Hydro Rates Going Up AGAIN
  465. Wilson Continues Fight to Regain Access to Shale Beach
  466. Jim Meets with Hospice Palliative Care Ontario
  467. VIDEO: Wilson Advocates for Fair Hospice Funding
  468. VIDEO: Wilson Congratulates Alliston Hospital on Recognition in Canadian Business Journal
  469. VIDEO: Still No Promised Jobs Plan From 'Clearing The Decks’
  470. VIDEO: Wilson Congratulates Collingwood Hospital on Outstanding Recognition
  471. Jim meets with the Canadian Sikh Association
  472. Jim speaks at Collingwood Chamber of Commerce power lunch
  473. Economic Update Shows Liberals to Keep Racking Up Debt
  474. VIDEO: Wilson Goes to Bat for Seniors Unable to Afford Medical Supplies
  475. Jim wears green for 4H day
  476. Jim meets with Chicken Farmers of Ontario
  477. VIDEO: Wilson Confronts Liberals on Wind Turbine Being Built in Residential Neighbourhood
  478. VIDEO: Wilson Stands Up for Snowmobile Clubs as Liberals Move to Cut Off Access to Hydro Corridors
  479. VIDEO: PCs Continues to Fight for Prompt Payment Legislation
  480. Jim meets with Ontario Convenience Store Stakeholders
  481. Liberals can no longer be trusted to govern: Hudak
  482. Wilson Pleased to Support New Trades Legislation: Bill 118, No New Tax for Businesses Act
  483. Liberals Keen to Consult, but Have No Plan for Jobs or Economy
  484. Jim congratulates Norma Friest
  485. VIDEO: Wilson Outraged with Liberals Decimation of Horse Racing Industry
  486. VIDEO: Wilson Joins Hudak to Call for Judicial Inquiry over Gas Plant Scandal
  487. Liberal Government Responsible for another $1.1 Billion Scandal
  488. VIDEO: Wilson Talks Impact of Low Water Levels in Georgian Bay
  489. Wilson Continues His Fight for Pensions of Public Sector Employees Affected by Past Public Sector Divestments
  490. Understanding Your Hydro Bill
  491. VIDEO: Jim meets with Barrie Construction Association and Council of Ontario Construction Associations
  492. VIDEO: Jim questions Premier on programming motion
  493. Jim appears on Sun News with Anita Sharma
  494. Developmental Disabilities Ignored by Liberals
  495. Wilson Continues to Push for Outstanding Pension Regulations
  496. Essa Historical Society Unveils Plaque Commemorating Founding of Utopia
  497. Ontario must get Its Fiscal House in Order Before it is Too Late
  498. Grand Re-Opening of Tim Hortons (Hume Street)
  499. Jim attends local BBQ
  500. Patricia Midlebrook celebrates 70 years
  501. Jim Presents Trillium Funding in Creemore
  502. Tax Breaks for Farmers, Food for Ontario Families
  503. Liberal-NDP Coalition Lie to Ontarians about Auto Insurance
  504. Carly Patterson Memorial Golf Tournament
  505. Campbell House Brakes Ground
  506. Wilson pleased to support Georgian Bay Mayors and 'Stop the Drop' to launch Mayors' Challenge
  507. Ontario's Debt Clock Keeps Ticking
  508. Ontario Needs a New Economic and Jobs Plan says Wilson
  509. Wilson Wants to Promote Midwifery Services
  510. Wilson Thanks Community for Their Efforts with Traffic Signals
  511. Liberals Disallows Summer Select Committee on Developmental Services
  512. Hamilton Family Donates 150 Acres of Land
  513. Wilson Calls on Minister to Stop Physiotherapy Service Cuts
  514. Wilson Introduces Petition to Re-Open Blue Mountains Shale Beach
  515. NDP Prop Up a Corrupt Liberal Government
  516. Physiotherapy Petition
  517. Grand Opening of Oasis By The Bay Vacation Resort
  518. Jim Hosts Annual Seniors' Seminar
  519. Wilson: Liberals Energy Announcement Nothing But Hot Air
  520. Jim Meets with Delegates from Kingdom of Lesotho
  521. Jim Meets with Founder of ‘Stop the Drop’ Campaign
  522. Wilson Debates Liberal-NDP Coalition Budget
  523. Wilson Introduces Petition against Physiotherapy Cuts
  524. Wilson: Physiotherapy Cuts Will Have a Devastating Impact on Seniors
  525. Liberals and NDP Team Up to Silence Ontario Taxpayers
  526. Grand Opening of the Collingwood Community Food Co-op
  527. Wilson Blasts Liberal-NDP Coalition Budget Deal
  528. Wilson Thanks Local Physicians
  529. You're invited to Jim's Annual 50 Plus Seminar
  530. Wilson: Liberal-NDP Coalition Hiding From Accountability
  531. A Confident Government Shouldn't Be Afraid of a Confidence Motion
  532. Jim helps Warden Cal Patterson advance local concerns at Queen’s Park
  533. Scandals Leave Ontarians with No Confidence in Liberal Government
  534. Jim joins Tim Hudak and Steve Clark to demand accountability over gas plant scandal
  535. Wilson Congratulates the Lions and Lioness Clubs on their 50th and 35th Anniversaries
  536. Wilson Questions Lack of Action from Liberal Government over Declining Water Levels in Great Lakes
  537. Jim Stops by Midwives Nottawasaga
  538. Liberals Have Lost the Moral Authority to Govern
  539. Wilson to Premier: It is time to test the confidence of this House
  540. Ontarians Need Confidence in Government – And our Future
  541. McGuinty-Wynne Liberals -- Putting Their Party Before Taxpayers
  542. Wilson talks ramifications of GEA and Demands Answers over Wind Turbines proposed near Airport
  543. Press Conference on Green Energy Act
  544. Jim has Local Constituents to Queen's Park
  545. Hydro Rates Set to Skyrocket, Again
  546. Wilson Applauds Local Teacher for Unique Approach to Fundraising
  547. Trades Tax Must be Stopped
  548. Wilson Makes Statement about Closure of Springwater Park
  549. NEWS ALERT - Jackson Makes Statement on Springwater Park Closure
  550. PC Party Plan for a Better Rural Ontario
  551. Jim Met with Canadian Federation of Students Ontario
  552. Liberals Continue to Do Nothing to Confront Jobs and Spending Crisis
  553. Paths to Prosperity: Respect for Rural Ontario
  554. Jim met with Midwives Nottawasaga
  555. Wilson Challenges Premier on Wind Turbines Proposed near the Collingwood Regional Airport
  556. Legislative Page Program
  557. Watch Jim on The Source with Ezra Levant talking about wind turbines
  558. Wilson Introduces More Petitions to Call for a Moratorium on Wind Turbine Developments
  559. Wilson Introduces More Petition to Urge the Continued Operation of Springwater Provincial Park
  560. Gas Plant Scandal - What are the Liberals hiding?
  561. Jim Wilson Signs Pledge To Stop The Trades Tax
  562. NEWS ALERT: Wind turbines in Collingwood will create perfect storm (Toronto Sun)
  563. Wilson continues to push for outstanding pension regulations for local workers
  564. Wilson Introduces Petition that Urges the Continued Operation of Springwater Provincial Park
  565. Wilson Introduces Petition that Calls for a Moratorium on Wind Turbine Developments
  566. That’s Wynne’s Story and She’s Sticking to It
  567. Wilson to Wynne: Allow Select Committee into Gas Plant Scandal
  568. Wilson Introduces Legislation to Restore Local Control over Wind and Solar Projects
  569. Jim joined his PC colleagues today to urge investigations into cancelation of gas plants
  571. Ontario’s Debt Nightmare has Surpassed Even America’s Most Indebted State
  572. Liberal Minister Admits to Making a Mistake with Decision to End the Slots at Racetracks Partnership
  573. Liberals ignore the facts by introducing a more stringent Drive Clean test
  574. Liberal Leadership Candidates Do Not Deserve To Be in Government, Let Alone Running It
  575. So Much for the Goodwill, Wilson says of Teacher Talks
  576. Bogus Email Shows Distrust in McGuinty
  577. Wilson to McGuinty: Back off on Slots at Racetracks Program
  578. Green Energy Act Divides Ontario
  579. McGuinty's 100 days (and counting) of inaction
  580. Issues to follow in 2012
  581. Hudak & Wilson: McGuinty is out of ideas, so he can have ours
  582. CTV News coverage of the push for support services for Jessi Dillon of Nottawa
  583. Action needed on pension legislation: Wilson
  584. Auditor General confirms Wilson’s hydro warnings
  585. Join Jim for his swearing-in ceremony
  586. Collingwood hospital expansion must be a priority: Wilson
  587. Thank you, Simcoe-Grey
  588. Wilson named House Leader of the “government-in-waiting”
  589. Wilson Announces Plan to Give Hydro Relief
  590. Wilson Urges Solution to Hospice Issue
  591. McGuinty Raises Hydro Rates Yet Again
  592. Patient Care Fading Amid Laboratory Closures
  593. Wilson pushes for pension regulations for local workers
  594. Ontario Families Need Relief from Tax and Spend McGuinty Liberals
  595. Stop Talking and Start Fixing Victims’ Justice Fund
  596. Community Update: Stayner Lab to Remain Open
  597. Wilson pushes for Collingwood hospital expansion
  598. Wait for dialysis in Collingwood reaching crisis level
  599. Dialysis Situation Must Be Fixed: Wilson
  600. On hydro bills, families need a chance to catch-up
  601. Advancing Your Concerns at Queen's Park
  602. Tottenham Medical Lab Now Open
  603. Setting Local Priorites: A Year in Review
  604. Wilson Renews Calls for Highway 89 Traffic Lights
  605. Scrap the electronics tax: Wilson
  606. Wilson seeks advice from his top advisors
  607. Wilson to McGuinty: Return Lab to Stayner or Cut LifeLabs funding
  608. Medical Labs Update - December 8, 2010
  609. Wilson on LifeLabs: Don’t be fooled by temporary re-opening
  610. Medical Labs Update - December 1, 2010
  611. Report to the community on medical lab closures
  612. Jim asks Premier McGuinty to reopen medical labs
  613. Wilson remembers Chic Simonato
  614. Wilson Questions Health Minister about Lab Closures
  615. Wilson Wants Debate on Medical Labs
  616. Medical Labs: An Open Letter to Dalton McGuinty
  617. Restore Earned Pension Benefits: Wilson
  618. Ontario Families Want Change
  619. Support MS Liberation Therapy: Wilson
  620. Put Back Stayner's Medical Labs: Wilson
  621. Reveal Hydro Costs says Wilson
  622. HEQCO - What are they hiding?
  623. Wilson Keeps Pushing for Farmers
  624. No Old Age Security Cheques for Prisoners says Wilson
  625. Wilson slams prisoner payments, warns of looming health scandal
  626. We Pay More and We Get Less
  627. Dalton McGuinty's Terrible Summer
  628. Wilson: PCs Will Restore Local Decision Making
  629. Beaver Cleaver and the ‘aww shucks’ moment
  630. Cuts at Collingwood's G&M Hospital Cause for Concern
  631. Liberals Vote ‘No’ to Business Risk Management Program for Farmers
  632. PC Caucus Pushes for Business Risk Management Program
  633. Wilson Tables Resolution to Help Farmers
  634. Wilson Congratulates the Alliston Hornets
  635. Jim Wilson Expresses Support for Rural Pharmacies
  636. Clarksburg or America? Minister needs to get her bins straight
  637. McGuinty takes taxing and spending to a whole new level
  638. McGuinty Drops the Axe on Doctor Recruitment Programs
  639. Health Spending Gone Awry
  640. McGuinty's "Buy Korea Policy" is bad for Ontario
  641. Wilson Calls on Premier to Address Children's Aid Shortfalls
  642. Hydro Bills Set to Skyrocket
  643. Tired of Red Tape?
  644. McGuinty snubs Central Ontario: Wilson
  645. Keeping Busy at Queen's Park
  646. Official Opening of new CT Scanner at Stevenson Memorial
  647. Celebrating Ontario Agriculture Week
  648. Physician Recruitment Programs at Risk says Wilson
  649. McGuinty Refuses to Listen on Auto Insurance
  650. Hudak Gives Wilson Additional Responsibilities
  651. McGuinty Liberals Attack Rural Healthcare
  652. Jim helps the Federated Women's Insitute of Ontario advance its concerns at Queen's Park
  653. Wilson goes to bat for Simcoe County paramedics
  654. Red tape blamed for stalled job plan
  655. Important Changes to the Highway Traffic Act
  656. Wilson pushes for new Simcoe-Grey Long-Term Care Beds
  657. New WSIB Legislation Concerns Small Business
  658. McGuinty Spends Ontario Into a Deficit: Wilson
  659. My fight to create jobs for young people
  660. Local Long-Term Care Waiting Lists Growing
  661. Animal Cruelty Laws Need More Work
  662. Time for a new economic plan says Wilson
  663. Ontario Job Losses
  664. Invest in long-term care says Wilson
  665. Let's Introduce a Ban on Bans
  666. Wilson Congratulates Stevenson Memorial Hospital
  667. C. difficile Costing More Lives than SARS
  668. How did sex-change operations become a healthcare priority?
  669. Doctor Shortage Getting Worse
  670. Apprenticeship Ratios Keeping Students Unemployed
  671. Time to bring the Legislature into the 21st Century
  672. Wilson Congratulates Citizen of the Year George McCague
  673. Wilson Introduces Lord's Prayer Petition
  674. University Class Sizes the Worst in Canada says Wilson
  675. Wilson Speaks about Wasaga Beach during Legislative Debate
  676. Wilson Pays Tribute to Cameron Street Public School
  677. Wilson Explains Hype Surrounding Business Taxes
  678. Wilson to McGuinty: Fix Apprenticeship Ratios to Create Jobs
  679. Wilson Congratulates the Alliston Hornets
  680. Petition to Save Angus Early Years Centre
  681. Wilson Promoted to Deputy Speaker
  682. Wilson Raises Questions About Hwy 89 Warning Light
  683. Supporting Responsible Pet Ownership
  684. Wilson Congratulates George McCague
  685. Wilson Delivers $108,000 for Habitat for Humanity
  686. Wilson Introduces Motion to Re-Start Hwy 26
  687. Stevenson Memorial Hospital Birthing Unit Rally
  688. Wilson Gets Results on Wrong-Way Sign Legislation
  689. Getting Results for April Sobisch and Owen Eisses
  690. Private Member's Bills Help Get Results


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