Randy Hillier debates second reading of Bill 19, Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Rent Increase Guideline), 2012 and how it won't help landlords or tenants.Read more
Published in the National Post on May 30th, 2012
GDP has stagnated as we cozy up to unions
From Timiskaming to Niagara, from Thunder Bay to Ottawa, Ontario has legislation that denies individuals one of their most basic human rights. We have legislation that unemploys or underemploys thousands and that erodes the productivity of Ontario.Read more
Randy Hillier is interviewed on Lake 88 FM Smiths Falls to discuss property rights and invites residents of the area to join him in Perth for an evening discussion on property rights with guest speakers MP Scott Reid, and Dr. Mark Milke.
(Queen’s Park) - Randy Hillier, MPP (Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington) presented a motion in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario to amend Canada’s Constitution, embedding property rights for the people of Ontario within the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. If passed in the Legislative Assembly and in the Canadian House of Commons, the resolutions will, under the terms of the amending formula in Section 43 of the Constitution Act, 1982, become part of the Constitution of Canada.Read more
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, tables a motion to enshrine property rights in the Constitution of Canada and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.Read more
Randy Hillier interviewed about the need for property rights to be enshrined in the Constitution on Lake 88.
Randy Hillier addresses the Ontario Legislature introducing a Bill to eliminate card based certification for employees.Read more
Randy Hillier calls for the Legislature to acknowledge members of the Tibetan Parliament in exile.Read more
Randy Hillier introduces a Bill to amend the Labour Relations Act of 1995. This Bill amends the Act so that parties can appeal findings of the Ontario Labour Relations Board. As well Board members and members of the Ministry of Labour can be called as compellable witnesses in divisional court.Read more
Time for another scuttlebutt update on Freedom, Justice and Democracy from Queen’s Park.
The next few weeks will be pretty hectic, not only with the real business of the Legislature, but also with the frivolity that is always present in a minority parliament. I'm sure you have heard some of the rumours of Dalton trying to lure opposition members to resign with extravagant patronage positions so that he may yet get a majority, but I can assure you he hasn't approached me yet, but if he does I'll let everyone know ASAP.