Paths to Prosperity: Respect for Rural Ontario

SARNIA, ON – Ontario can lead Canada in job creation again, but for that to happen, agriculture can no longer be ignored by the McGuinty-Wynne Liberals, Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said today. MPP Bailey made the comments following the launch of the latest Paths to Prosperity discussion paper, Respect for Rural Ontario – the 12thOntario PC white paper with bold […]

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QUEEN’S PARK – Today’s announcement by Royal Dutch Shell that it will build Eastern Canada’s first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant in Sarnia-Lambton is good news for the community said Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey. “Today’s announcement by Shell is a vote of confidence in the Sarnia-Lambton community and confirmation of our region’s role as a major […]

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MPP Bailey Publishes 2011/2012 Expenses

Legislative Assembly of Ontario INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS’ EXPENDITURES (Robert Bailey, MPP) FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012 Prepared for the Speaker: Hon. Dave Levac Financial Services June 2012 Support Staff $194 902.39 Office Rent $29 641.10 Office Operation $38 977.76 Communications $16 433.43 Travel $15 358.70 Toronto Accommodations $20 096.00

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Deeper On Alberta Oilsands, MPPs Tell McGuinty

QUEEN’S PARK – MPP’s Bob Bailey (Sarnia-Lambton), Vic Fedeli (Nipissing) & Monte McNaughton (Lambton-Kent-Middlesex) are condemning Dalton McGuinty’s dismissal of the potential job boon Alberta’s oilsands could be to Ontario. “His argument that the oilsands are forcing up the Canadian dollar and thus hurting Ontario manufacturers is desperate and simply not true,” said McNaughton. “He’s […]

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McGuinty’s Expensive Energy Experiments Driving Sarnia Hydro Rates Through the Roof and Hurting the Family Budget

NEWS: Sarnia– Today, Ontario PC MPP Bob Bailey visited Twin Lakes Terrace Long-Term Care Community to talk about skyrocketing hydro bills and the impact on the cost of doing business in Ontario and the strain it has put on the family budget. From smart meters, to the Green Energy Act, to massive subsidies to the […]

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