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MPP Bailey Launches New Website

Sarnia, ON— Today, MPP Bob Bailey launched his new official website. The website can be viewed at www.bobbaileympp.com. The community can use the site to contact MPP Bailey directly, or watch videos of Mr. Bailey speaking in the Legislative Assembly representing the people of Sarnia-Lambton. The revamped website also provides constituents with easy access to […]

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LACK OF GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP CONTRIBUTED TO ABUSE IN ONTARIO’S PRISONS: MPP BAILEY

Queen’s Park— Today, Ontario’s Ombudsman Andre Marin, released his report detailing “systemic problems in the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services.” The report titled, The Code, outlines the findings of a two year investigation of Ontario’s correctional system that was triggered by a high number of complaints from inmates in Ontario’s overcrowded correctional facilities.  […]

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IT’S THE MINISTER OF CORRECTIONS WHO IS NOT DOING HER JOB: BAILEY

QUEEN’S PARK— “The Minister of Corrections is demonstrating a complete lack of understanding and glaring inability to manage the important provincial corrections portfolio a core responsibility of government,” said Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey on Wednesday at Queen’s Park. MPP Bailey made the comments after Madeleine Meilleur, the Liberal Minister of Corrections, suggested that the ongoing […]

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NDP PROP UP WYNNE-LIBERAL GOVERNMENT VOTE IN FAVOUR OF LIBERAL SCANDALS & WASTE

QUEEN’S PARK— On Wednesday the NDP and Liberal members of the Ontario Legislative Assembly voted to deny the Official Opposition PCs their legislative right to call for a government vote of confidence at Queen’s Park. Despite the widespread condemnation of the scandal plagued Liberal Government and the release of another provincial budget that adds billions […]

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RACING SET TO CONTINUE AT HIAWATHA, HORSE PARK SIGNS LETTER OF INTENT WITH OMAFRA

QUEEN’S PARK— On Thursday, Bob Bailey, MPP for Sarnia-Lambton, announced that Hiawatha Horse Park had signed a letter of intent with representatives from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) that would allow racing to continue at the track this summer. “This Letter of Intent between Hiawatha and OMAFRA is encouraging news,” […]

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ONTARIO CAN DO SO MUCH BETTER: MPP BAILEY

QUEEN’S PARK – “The way out of the jobs and debt crisis created by the Liberals isn’t hard to see,” Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said today. “But it will take a new plan and a new team with the courage to lead us there; to put Ontario back on the right track.” MPP Bailey comments […]

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PC Caucus Introduces Government Confidence Motion Liberals Aim to Dodge Vote with Help from NDP

QUEEN’S PARK – “People in Sarnia-Lambton have lost confidence in the Liberal Government’s ability to govern Ontario,” said Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey on Monday after the Ontario PC Caucus introduced a Confidence Motion at Queen’s Park. “The closure of LGS and the Sarnia Jail; the hatchet job on the horse racing industry; forcing Industrial Wind […]

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Liberals Ignore Facts, Introduce Harsh Drive Clean Test

SARNIA, ON – The Liberal government hasn’t let facts get in the way of its latest set of changes to Ontario’s unnecessary Drive Clean program, Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey said today. In January, less than a month after the Auditor General released a report which found that Ontario’s Drive Clean Program has had little to […]

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Ensuring Affordable Energy Act Voted Down by Liberal-NDP Alliance

QUEEN’S PARK, ON — On Thursday, a local contingent of municipal leaders and residents of Sarnia-Lambton watched as the Liberal and NDP members of the Ontario Legislative Assembly voted to continue the ominous march of industrial wind turbines across rural Ontario. The Ensuring Affordable Energy Act, a bill presented by Ontario PC MPP, Lisa Thompson, […]

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LIBERALS and NDP Vote Again to Tax Tradespeople in Sarnia-Lambton

QUEEN’S PARK — On Wednesday, Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey and his colleagues in the Ontario PC Caucus voted to scrap the Liberal Government’s new College of Trades and its pricey new tax on tradespeople. Unfortunately the Liberal and NDP members of the Legislative Assembly teamed up and used their majority of votes to make sure […]

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