Letter to the SIU on Police Violence and Possible CoverupShare
Letter to the Progress Conservative Cabinet March of 2020
Here is the letter I sent one day after lockdowns to the Premier and his ministers, warning of the path they were taking.
Letter to the Minister of Health regarding the Speaker's letter on COVID testing reliability
Response Letter from the OPP Commissioner on Unexplained Deaths Investigation
OPP Commissioner Carrique has directed my request for an investigation into vaccine related injuries and deaths to Ontario's Chief Coroner's Office for review. I appreciate the value that a Coroner’s opinion and findings would provide.Read more
Letter to the OPP Commissioner on Unexplained Deaths
Following the many unexplained deaths from across Ontario, I have penned a letter to the OPP Commissioner calling for an investigation.
Letter to the Minister of Transportation about Excessive DriveTest Scheduling Delays
I was shocked to learn that young people in my riding are being faced with a nearly 4 year wait to get a Class G2 DriveTest. When reaching out to the Minister of Transportation, it became clear they did not see the roads outside of the GTHA.
I’ve penned a letter to Minister Mulroney, including examples of these wait times, reminding her Ontario is bigger than the GTHA and that she must immediately allocate resources to relieve the wait times in rural areas.Read more
Letter to the Minister of Health regarding halting of OHIP listed optometry services
I have expressed my significant concern over the pending cancellation of OHIP insured services by Ontario’s optometrists because the Ontario government has refused to come to the table and negotiate a new fee schedule with them for almost thirty years. I wrote to the Minister about this last August, and still haven’t received a reply or any indications that the Ministry shares the concerns of my constituents about losing these services.
In the following two letters to Minister of Health and Deputy Premier Christine Elliott, I remind the Minister that eye exams are an important tool in diagnosing illness in the early stages.
You can read both letters to Minister Elliott below.Read more