Highlights from Breed Specific Legislation (BSL) Committee hearings Apr. 18, 2012Read more
Much of what happens in Ontario politics never makes it into the media. I am one of many voices and representatives at Queen’s Park; here’s a bit of what I have been doing to represent my constituents’ interests, and for the betterment of Ontario.Read more
Randy Hillier was interviewed on Lake 88 radio regarding greater scrutiny on regulations by our elected representatives, greater respect for taxpayers, the recent provincial budget proposals, and the current dynamic in a minority government.
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, is joined by Derek Fildebrandt of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation during a press release announcing the introduction of two new bills to respect and protect Ontario taxpayers.Read more
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, introduces two bills in Queens Park. The Taxpayer Protection Amendment Act would strengthen the Taxpayer Protection Act and make it harder for the government to raise taxes. The Costing of Public Bills Act would require that all Bills be costed before they be read.Read more
Randy Hillier appears on The Daily Brief with David Akin on Sun News Network talking about the two bills he introduced yesterday: The Taxpayer Respect Bill and the Costing of Public Bills ActRead more
Randy Hillier interviewed on Newstalk 1010 about the two Bills he introduced on Wednesday April 4th, 2012: the Taxpayer Protection Amendment Act and the Costing of Public Bills Act.
Published on April 4th, 2012 in the Toronto Sun
TORONTO - Two bills proposed by an Ontario Tory MPP would make it tougher to skirt a taxpayer protection law or vote on legislation without knowing the full cost to the provincial treasury.
Tory MPP Randy Hillier introduced two private member’s bills Wednesday that would reinforce the Taxpayer Protection Act, which he says has been rendered toothless by exemptions sought by the Dalton McGuinty government to increase taxes.
MPP Randy Hillier stands in Queen's Park to give first reading of An Act to Proclaim Constitutions Day set for March 29th of every yearRead more
Published on March 29th, 2012 in the Ottawa Citizen
What we don't know can hurt us, and Canadians' lack of constitutional knowledge is troubling to some who see the Constitution as the country's most important document.
According to the Canadian Constitution Foundation, a registered charity that defends constitutional freedoms, a national day to reacquaint ourselves with this under-appreciated document might be just what we need.