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Wilson looking into highway issues

Jim Wilson meets with Kip Brown March 2017 web

(March 31, 2017) On Friday, Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson met with Mr. Kip Brown of Blue Mountain Chrysler, as well as Collingwood mayor Sandra Cooper, and Collingwood's Director of Public Works and Engineering Mr. Brian MacDonald, to talk about issues related to Highway 26 and Sir Sanford Fleming Drive. Wilson will be following up with the government.

On DriveTest Strike, Liberals Dither, Delay and Deny Action

(December 11, 2009) Progressive Conservative MPP Jim Wilson (Simcoe-Grey) says the McGuinty Liberals are dithering, delaying and denying action when it comes to ending Ontario’s 17 week old DriveTest strike.  In Question Period Thursday, Wilson appealed to the government to pass his back-to-work bill so that driving instructors, small businesses and truck drivers aren’t forced out of work before Christmas.

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DriveTest Strike Needs to Stop: Wilson

CLICK 'READ MORE' FOR ADDITIONAL VIDEOS (November 30, 2009) As hundreds marched on the lawns at Queen’s Park, Progressive Conservative MPP Jim Wilson (Simcoe-Grey) asked the Deputy Premier if the McGuinty Government would intervene and end the DriveTest strike that has entered its 16th week.

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Wilson urges end to DriveTest strike

PC MPP calls on McGuinty Liberals to pass his back-to-work bill

(November 26, 2009) Progressive Conservative MPP Jim Wilson (Simcoe-Grey) cited a few good reasons in the Legislature today as to why the McGuinty Liberals should pass his bill to send striking DriveTest workers back-to-work.  The text of his statement is as follows:

Read more: Wilson urges end to DriveTest strike

Bill to end DriveTest Strike Introduced

DriveTestWith over 368,000 Ontarians affected, Wilson and Klees say it’s time to end the dispute

(November 23, 2009) Progressive Conservative MPP Jim Wilson (Simcoe-Grey) introduced legislation today that would end the 14 week old strike between DriveTest and its 600 employees.  The bill passed First Reading by a vote of 14-0, with Liberal and NDP MPPs abstaining.

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