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(VIDEO) Tec-We-Gwill Celebrates 75 years

(March 30, 2022) The Tec-We-Gwill Women’s Institute is celebrating 75 years of service.  Established in 1947, the Bradford-based branch of the Federated Women's Institute of Ontario provides social and educational resources for local women while participating in fundraising and charitable events in the community.

Over the years, members have contributed hours of volunteer time to improve the lives of South Simcoe County families, children and seniors, as well as led campaigns to raise funds for causes like the South Simcoe 4H, Simcoe Manor and the fight against breast cancer. 

Tec-We-Gwill is one of 220 branches of the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario.  The provincial organization is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. 

“Congratulations to the FWIO and Tec-We-Gwill on their many achievements and the excellent work they do,” said Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson.  You can watch his statement in the Legislature here.


Simcoe-Grey Student at Queen’s Park

Jim with Page Callum 1.jpg WEBSITEJim w Page Callum 3.jpg WEBSITEJim w Page Callum 3.jpg WEBSITE(March 30, 2022) Each year young students from across the province are selected to participate in Ontario's Legislative Page Program.  This session Callum Smith-Milne, who attends South Central Public School in Tottenham, is among those chosen to serve. 

“I am proud whenever a student from my riding is chosen to be a legislative page,” said Simcoe Grey MPP Jim Wilson.  “Like Callum, these are outgoing, high-achieving, community-involved students who have demonstrated responsibility and leadership.”

The page program has existed since Confederation, and is open to grade 7 and 8 students with a minimum academic average of 80 percent. They are recommended by their school principals.

“It is an honour to be a page, and it is so much more than just carrying messages and running errands for Members as they carry out the province’s business,” said Mr. Wilson. 

During their term, pages experience the provincial legislature in action and forge new lifelong friendships with peers from all over Ontario.  They have the opportunity to meet key parliamentary officials and political figures while learning first-hand about the legislative process. When not at work in the legislature the students attend classes under the direction of a certified Ontario teacher.

“I want to thank Callum for serving as a page,” said MPP Wilson.  “And I encourage other young prospective leaders in Simcoe-Grey to consider applying for future opportunities to participate in this unique and rewarding program,” he added.

Ontario Investing in Additional Supports for People Experiencing Homelessness in Simcoe County

(March 24, 2022) The Ontario government is investing an additional $25 million annually in a new Homelessness Prevention Program to help more people experiencing or at risk of homelessness find the right housing services and other supports. The new program will simplify and streamline operations so municipal service managers can spend less time on paperwork and more time working with their clients to help find housing and other supports and help those at-risk of homelessness stay in their homes. The additional funding brings Ontario’s total yearly investment in the program to close to $464 million - almost half a billion dollars.

This includes a 2022-23 investment of $11,352,900.00 for Simcoe County homelessness initiatives, up from the $10.4 million provided last year under three separate programs. 

“Too often well-meaning government programs disappoint because they come wrapped up in bureaucracy and red tape,” said Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson.  “Ontario’s new Homelessness Prevention Program, and the additional funding that comes with it, will address a growing social challenge in our communities and help ensure that everyone in Simcoe County has a safe place to call home.”

“Our government inherited a homelessness prevention system administered through several different government programs that was underfunded, fragmented and overly complex,” said Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing. “With Ontario’s new Homelessness Prevention Program, we are simplifying the delivery of services and increasing funding so our municipal partners can spend more time focusing on providing vulnerable Ontarians with the supports they need to stay in their homes or get the housing they need.”

The Homelessness Prevention Program launching on April 1, 2022, combines three programs: Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative, Home for Good, and the Strong Communities Rent Supplement Program. It will give service managers more flexibility to target funding where it is needed the most and allow for greater financial accountability by measuring service managers’ progress in reducing and preventing homelessness in their communities.

Access to this funding will be based on having in place a By-Name List that meets the provincial requirements and contains detailed, up-to-date information from individuals experiencing homelessness to help connect them to local supports.

The government is also investing an additional $6.7 million in the Indigenous Supportive Housing Program, bringing the total annual investment to $30 million.

The shortage of housing supply impacts all Ontarians, no matter their background or budget. The province’s ongoing work to increase the supply of market housing complements historic investments to increase the supply of supportive and affordable housing for the most vulnerable. As part of the consultations through the Community Housing Renewal Strategy, the government is working with service managers and housing providers to make community housing more efficient and sustainable – helping to protect essential community housing stock and ensure Ontario’s most vulnerable people remain housed.


  • The new investments can be used to fund the operation of supportive housing units created through the province’s $1 billion Social Services Relief Fund (SSRF) – one of the biggest investments the province has made in affordable housing and homelessness supports in Ontario’s history. Thanks to Ontario’s SSRF, the government is helping to create approximately 1,200 new supportive housing units.

  • HPP is a direct response to feedback from the 2020-21 Supportive Housing Consultation. The changes made through the creation of the new program address recommendations in the Auditor General’s 2021 value-for-money audit on homelessness.


Bullying has no place in our community

Pink Shirt Day photo COllingwood.jpg WEBSITE(February 23, 2022) Communities around the world recognize Pink Shirt Day on the last Wednesday of February each year.  In Collingwood the occasion to take a stand against bullying is marked by an anti-bullying flag-raising at the Public Library.  The annual event is spear-headed by Trevor Henson, a founding member of Collingwood’s anti-bullying club.  

“Mistreatment, harassment and victimization have no place anywhere in our society, and it must not be tolerated anywhere, anytime,” said Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson. “We must end this disturbing problem and work every day to create a more kind and inclusive world where everyone is respectful and accepting of others, regardless of differences.” 

Victims of bullying need to know that they are not alone, and that there is help and support available to them. Participating in Pink Shirt Day sends a strong message that others care.  

MPP Wilson encourages everyone to listen Trevor Henson’s message to practice kindness, acceptance and respect for one another, to stand up against bullying and to help build a more caring, compassionate and inclusive community. 


Ontario Improving Schools in Simcoe County - Government to Replace Banting Memorial High School; Renovate Tecumseth Beeton Elementary School

(January 24, 2022) The Ontario government is investing $42.5 million in the Simcoe County District School Board to build a new replacement for the aging Banting Memorial High School in Alliston and a two room child care centre renovation at Tecumseth Beeton Elementary School in Beeton. This investment, announced by Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education is part of the Ford government’s commitment to supporting affordable and accessible child care in communities across the province.

Once complete, the new Banting Memorial High School will have 1288 secondary school spaces and one infant, one toddler and one preschool room, for a total of 49 licensed spaces.  The replacement school will be located in Alliston at a site to be acquired.

Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson welcomed today’s news saying, “This announcement goes a long way towards shortening my to-do list.  Much of the credit and thanks for the new high school belongs to SCDSB trustee Sarah Beitz who never gave up on the dream for a new modern facility.  Thanks must also go to the many people who signed petitions and wrote letters of support over the past decade.”

I have fond memories of my years at Banting,” said Mr. Wilson.  “My first political office was when I was elected Prime Minister of the school's model parliament and I went on to serve two years as Student Council President,” he added. 

The child care centre renovation at Tecumseth Beeton Elementary School on Patterson Street in Beeton will have one toddler and one preschool room, for a total of 39 licensed spaces. 

“South Simcoe County is one of the fastest growing regions in Ontario,” said MPP Wilson.  “Thank you to Minister Lecce and Premier Ford for their commitment to our youth and to a bright future for our community.”




Bell Let’s Talk Day – Wednesday, January 26

(January 24, 2022) Friends, Mental Health is a critical part of everyone’s well-being. 

COVID-19 has been difficult for all of us.  Now, more than ever, we need to take care of ourselves and to support family, friends and neighbors who might be experiencing stress, or face pandemic-related and other struggles.  Small actions, from recognizing stressors to being there for a loved one, can help support mental health and strengthen our communities during this difficult time.

Bell Let’s Talk promotes mental health awareness and action to fight stigma, improve access to care, support world-class research and encourage workplace mental health. 

Please join me Wednesday, January 26th Bell Let’s Talk Day by showing your support for those who live with mental illness and those taking action to help them.  Bell will donate 5 cents to Canadian mental health programs for every applicable text, call, tweet or TikTok video using #BellLetsTalk, social media video view and use of the Facebook frame or Snapchat lens.

Spread the word and help create positive change.  Learn more at:

Stay safe.  Stay healthy.  And support good mental health. 

Please accept my best wishes.

Jim Wilson, MPP


Season's Greetings from your MPP Jim Wilson

(December 13, 2021) As the holidays approach I want to commend everyone in Simcoe-Grey for their strength and patience through what has been another stressful pandemic year. 

 Twelve months ago, I had thought COVID-19 was nearing an end.  Unfortunately, despite lock-downs, social distancing and vaccines we have had to endure third and fourth waves of the virus and, more recently, a new variant.  Despite these disappointments the world is slowly getting back to normal. 


While it is clear that COVID will be with us in one form or another for some time to come, we are beginning to enjoy near normal lives.  Hospitalizations are down, children are back in school and most sectors of the economy are bouncing back. 


We are moving in the right direction.  We should be thankful for the progress we have made, and resolve to stay the course.  Let’s continue to heed the advice of medical experts, follow public health guidelines and get vaccinated.  We will get through this.


Simcoe-Grey is fortunate to have enjoyed its share of good news in 2021.  Collingwood General and Marine Hospital received the go-ahead and funding to move forward with planning and design of an expanded and upgraded building.  I am confident that Stevenson Memorial will soon hear similar good news. 


After a years-long battle, new life-altering medications for Cystic Fibrosis patients are now being made available under Ontario’s publically funded drug program.  CF families in our area deserve credit for leading the fight. 


And, we were all delighted to welcome Alliston native Deanne Rose home this summer to celebrate her role in winning Women’s Soccer Gold at the Tokyo Olympics.  We can be proud knowing that our region produces such world-class talent as Deanne.  


COVID aside, we’ve had a good year.  As you celebrate the Birth of Christ, remember our greatest gifts are family and friends.  Make time to let those closest to you know that they are loved and appreciated. 


Please accept my best wishes for a very happy holiday season and a healthy, peaceful and prosperous New Year.


Merry Christmas.


Tis' the Season

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(November 29, 2021) The Christmas season is upon us.  And, for those who celebrate, many will be looking to bring home and decorate a festive tree. 


In 2015 Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson was pleased to sponsor the Christmas Tree Day Act to support the important industry which produces Christmas trees.  Since then, Christmas Tree Day occurs in Ontario on the first Saturday of December every year. 


“Real trees have been an essential part of our Christmas celebrations for generations,” said Mr. Wilson. “By purchasing a tree from one of the many growers in our region, we support a vital industry which employs thousands of workers,” he added.    


There are dozens of growers in Simcoe-Grey who offer activities for people young and old who want to enjoy the season with family and friends while selecting a fresh cut-your-own or pre-cut tree.  Many of the farms offer activities ranging from visits with Santa and seasonal beverages, to horse- or tractor-drawn wagon rides.  


Some of the popular places you can visit in our area include: the Drysdale Tree Farm and Evergreen Store on County Rd. 56 in Egbert, Jingle Bell’s U-Cut on County Rd. 124 in Collingwood and Quesnel Forest Christmas Tree Farm, also on County Rd. 124.


Start the holiday season by purchasing a locally grown tree this upcoming Christmas Tree Day, Saturday, December 4th.  


To learn more about how to select a Christmas Tree and care for it, visit the Christmas Tree Farmers of Ontario website article - Lack of child care and affordable housing biggest barriers to solving labour crisis: Simcoe-Grey MPP

(November 23, 2021) is doing a great job in its series highlighting the challenges of trying to solve Ontario’s labour crisis.  Brad Pritchard of the Alliston Herald captured some of my thoughts in a recent interview.  Read his article below.



Lack of child care and affordable housing biggest barriers to solving labour crisis: Simcoe-Grey MPP

He wants task force to study labour crisis, come up with strategies, solutions

Brad Pritchard

Alliston Herald

Monday, November 22, 2021

Hardly a day goes by without someone talking about the challenges facing the labour market in Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson’s offices.

Wilson, who was first elected in 1990, said the issue started to become heavily debated about a decade into his career.

“In the last two decades, we’ve been discussing this issue ad nauseum,” he said.

Wilson said there are several factors making it difficult for companies to find and keep workers, and for job seekers to find decent positions.

He said the lack of child care and affordable housing are the biggest barriers.

While a $10-per-day child-care program has been promised by the federal government, the province has not signed on to the deal yet, due to a funding dispute.

Over the years, Wilson’s had conversations with manufacturing companies which have had to source workers who live up to two hours away. He said local health-care facilities and the tourism sector, particularly the resorts in the north end of the riding, also rely on employees from the Greater Toronto Area.

“We need the workers, and they have to live somewhere,” he said.

Mike MacEachern, executive director of FOCUS Employment Services in Alliston and Angus, said people are considering a number of factors when deciding to apply for a position: flexible hours, a predictable schedule, whether it is in-person or work-from home, and if the employer offers a safe place to work.

He said people also consider their long-term career goals and if they can grow in a position.

While offering higher pay can be a great incentive, he said it's not a guarantee.

"Letting the job seeker know as much detail about the job and the expectations up front has proven a successful strategy to find the right employee," he said.

Martin Kuzma, CEO of Nottawasaga Futures and NT Temps, said the issue is complex and it's hard to come up with a clear solution.

He said more immigration might help fill vacancies, and perhaps incentives need to be created to make it more attractive for people to work in their home communities, instead of commuting to the GTA.

“It all comes down to policies,” he said.

Wilson said other issues contributing to the labour shortage include low wages, lack of benefits and workers looking for flexible hours. He said challenges remain for getting young people interested in the skilled trades. He also cited people having education that doesn’t match the types of jobs available, and barriers for immigrants finding work.

He pointed out that many of these problems existed before the pandemic.

Wilson said more people will re-enter the workforce “out of necessity” now the government wage support programs have wound down. He said the minimum wage bump to $15 per hour, starting in January, might provide further incentive.

Wilson said the pandemic has prevented policy-makers from interacting with the unemployed, which is why he wants the province to create an all-party task force to study the current workforce, the post pandemic labour market, and propose solutions.

“I think the government has been behind, in its response to the pandemic, because we haven’t been able to reach these people to find out what makes them tick,” he said.

He said there are many programs out there that can help people find work and get into the skilled trades, but the government doesn’t do enough to promote them.

Wilson said local employment agencies, like FOCUS and TRACKS in Collingwood, “do a great job” of helping people access training programs and resources, but would benefit from more stable government support instead of “piecemeal” grants.

“Clearly what we’ve been doing isn’t good enough,” he said.


Simcoe-Grey Grocers Among Ontario’s Best; “Congratulations,” says MPP Wilson

Sobeys angus 2021 photo WEBSITEsobeys collingwood 2021 photo WEBSITENovember 12, 2021 – Sobeys Collingwood and Sobeys Angus are among 60 grocery stores in the province recognized this year for their innovative promotion of fresh Ontario food.  Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson was pleased to visit both outlets to offer congratulations, and present them with Gold Foodland Ontario Retailer Award plaques. 


The Foodland Ontario Awards program is the province’s premier competition recognizing excellence in the display and promotion of Ontario foods.  It is co-sponsored by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs in partnership with a number of industry organizations.


“Grocers are key to ensuring that customers are aware of locally grown food in their stores and that they choose to purchase it,” said Mr. Wilson.  “Buying local food supports a strong agri-food sector that sustains us, boosts our economy, and helps create good jobs across our region,” he added. 


The Gold category – awarded to the Angus and Collingwood stores – is based on the number of non-produce items cross-merchandised with Ontario agricultural commodities, compatibility of the products, and appropriate signage. 


Presenting the awards, MPP Wilson said to the store employees, "Thank you for taking pride in building creative and innovative displays that encourage shoppers to take home the good things that grow in Ontario."


Ontario is home to almost 46,900 farms that grow more than 200 agricultural products. The sector contributes $47.7 billion to the province’s GDP and employs over 837,000 people – about one in every 10 jobs in Ontario.


Included in the photo in Collingwood is Pauline Mussleman, Darlene Ferguson, Tammy Austin, Anna Miller and Kevin Major. In the picture in Angus is Shirley Van Dusen, Christine Wodchis and Paul Jutras.


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  208. VIDEO: Wilson pleased to speak on Remembrance Week
  209. Wilson supports Purple Scarf Campaign
  210. Wilson wishes Trudy Ainley a happy 90th birthday
  211. Wilson helps cut the ribbon to open leash-free dog park in Beeton
  212. Wilson attends opening of new Jim Milligan Park
  213. VIDEO: Wilson questions government about tax credit for community newspapers
  214. Wilson congratulates friends on 60th wedding anniversary
  215. Wilson attends 40th birthday celebration
  216. VIDEO: Wilson thanks residents for efforts to defeat turbine project
  217. Wilson attends Morrison Family Farm easement dedication
  218. Wilson cuts the ribbon to re-open the Clothesline Community Thrift Store
  219. Wilson attends Collingwood Blood Donor Clinic
  220. VIDEO: Wilson continues to pressure government on Wasaga Beach maintenance issue
  221. Wilson meets with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Georgian Triangle
  222. VIDEO: Wilson questions government over closure of Tree Seed Plant in Angus
  223. Wilson attends Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair
  224. Wilson marks National Senior’s Day by attending flag raising ceremony
  225. MPP Jim Wilson to support hospital patients by adopting the Collingwood blood donor clinic
  226. VIDEO: Wilson questions the government over planning grants for local hospitals
  227. Wilson recognizes Dr. Bill Ives
  228. Wilson attends 90th birthday party
  229. Jim meets with Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
  230. Wilson happy wind turbine project near airport rejected
  231. Jim meets with Ontario Good Roads Association
  232. Wilson meets with Simcoe-Muskoka Catholic School Board trustees
  233. VIDEO: Wynne Government out of touch with resident concerns over beachfront in Wasaga Beach
  234. VIDEO: Wilson submits Wasaga Beach petitions
  235. Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson to host blood donor clinic in Collingwood on October 11th
  236. Jim tours Collwest Grain Ltd. in Collingwood
  237. Jim meets with local conservation authorities
  238. Wilson recognizes Merchant Navy Veterans Day
  239. Wilson outlines priorities for new session at Queen’s Park
  240. Wilson: Highway 26 completion is overdue
  241. Wilson pleased with disaster assistance for local residents
  242. Congratulations to new Collingwood General and Marine Hospital CEO
  243. Ontario families are facing an affordability crisis
  244. Wilson launches petition requesting better maintenance of beachfront areas
  245. Wilson asks government to help farmers hit by flooding
  246. Abilities in Motion receives Trillium grant for $6,700
  247. Wilson continues to advocate for cleanup of beachfront in Wasaga Beach
  248. Jim speaks to Women's Probus Club of Alliston
  249. Wilson encourages farmers and business owners to participate in hearings on minimum wage increase
  250. Jim attends Habitat Huronia Alliston ReStore's Grand Re-Opening
  251. Wilson wants government to stop unaffordable electricity rate increase
  252. VIDEO: Wilson pleased with support for hospital resolution
  253. Jim attends Matthews House cheque presentation
  254. Campaigning for our local hospitals
  255. Wilson continues to fight for service clubs
  256. Jims meets with OPPA
  257. VIDEO: Wilson introduces Merchant Navy Day Act, 2017
  258. Jim meets with Ontario Professional Planners Institute
  259. Jim attends flag raising commemorating the 69th anniversary of Israel's independence
  260. Wilson attends ground-breaking for Matthews House Hospice
  261. Jim talks to radio host John Eaton on The Peak FM
  262. Home affordability crisis needs addressing
  263. VIDEO: Wilson presents Collingwood Hospital petitions
  264. Government needs to finish Highway 26 work in Collingwood
  265. Liberals won’t commit to finishing Highway 26
  266. Wilson calls on government to finish Highway 26
  267. Simcoe-Grey MPP meets with OPSEU representatives
  268. Wilson looking into highway issues
  269. Jim meets with the OMA
  270. Jim meets with OSSTF
  271. MPP Wilson presents Trillium funding in Essa
  272. Wilson calls for hospital planning grants
  273. VIDEO: CTV News coverage of the push for support for our local hospitals
  274. VIDEO: Wilson calls on the government to do more to support apple industry
  275. Government asked to address Grey-Bruce hospital concerns
  276. Wynne Liberals’ partisan hydro ads in contempt of parliament: PCs
  277. MEDIA ADVISORY for Friday, March 24
  278. MPP Wilson tours hospital sites in Meaford, Owen Sound
  279. Wilson meets with school board chair Peter Beacock
  280. Liberal incompetence hurts us all
  281. Liberals bungle long-term care bed file
  282. Jim meets with legislative page Nolan Campbell
  283. Jim meets with the Insurance Bureau of Canada
  284. Wilson congratulates Dr. Shazia Ambreen
  285. Jim meets with Ontario Federation of Agriculture
  286. Jim meets with Epilepsy Ontario
  287. VIDEO: Wilson questions Liberals on Wpd remedy hearing
  288. Dr. Shazia Ambreen awarded CPSO Council Award for 2017
  289. Jim welcomes constituents to Queen's Park
  290. VIDEO: Wilson questions the government on unfair taxation for craft distillers
  291. Jim pleased to support 'Daughters of the Vote' hosted by Equal Voice
  292. Jim meets with Consul General of Israel Galit Baram
  293. Wilson meets with Alliston BIA reps
  294. Jim attends Minesing Mini-Fest
  295. Ontario business leaders losing faith
  296. Patrick Brown working hard for Ontarians
  297. Jim and Patrick Meet with Officials at Stevenson Memorial Hospital
  298. Jim Meets with Beattie's Distillers
  299. Jim Meets with Simcoe County Home Builders' Association
  300. MPP Wilson tours Reinhart Foods in Stayner
  301. Liberal bungling again impacts health care system
  302. Liberal cap-and-trade fiasco hurts us all
  303. Merry Christmas and all the best in 2017!
  304. Wilson pushes province to fund Nottawasaga River dredging
  305. Wilson attends round table with Residential Construction Council of Ontario
  306. VIDEO: Saturday Marks Ontario’s second Christmas Tree Day
  307. Auditor general’s report highlights more shameful Liberal mismanagement
  308. Jim welcomes Angela Schwarz to Queen's Park
  309. Jim meets with the Ontario Good Roads Association
  310. VIDEO: Wilson speaks to PCs Opposition Day Motion on the high cost of electricity
  311. VIDEO: Wilson thanks Wasaga fire fighters
  312. MPP Wilson raises local concerns about skyrocketing electricity rates
  313. Jim meets with local realtors
  314. Jim Welcomes Patrick Whitten to Queen's Park
  315. Crown litigators chose not to call federal witness in wind turbine hearing
  316. Jim meets with Ontario Professional Fire Fighter's Association
  317. MPP Wilson pays tribute to the late Mr. Mervyn Denney
  318. Wynne Liberals continue on destructive path
  319. Wynne Government Operatives Charged
  320. MPP Wilson observes Remembrance Day in Simcoe-Grey
  321. Remembrance Week augments November 11: Wilson
  322. MPP Wilson congratulates Collingwood on ‘Most Entrepreneurial’ designation
  323. MPPs approve Wilson's Remembrance Week Act
  324. Service clubs voice concerns at Queen’s Park hearing
  325. MPP Wilson introduces Remembrance Week Act
  326. Liberal bungling frustrates Nottawa resident
  327. Liberals snub request to meet with Stayner man
  328. Health Minister blames everyone but his own
  329. MPP Wilson submits signed copies of Stevenson Memorial Hospital petition
  330. Calling all service clubs – here’s your day at Queen’s Park
  331. Wilson reintroduces municipal planning powers bill
  332. Statement from the Leader of the Official Opposition
  333. MPP Wilson's remarks on Ontario's electricity crisis
  334. Did Liberal government suppress expert testimony?
  335. Wilson tours Nottawasaga Valley watershed
  336. Wilson launches new hydro petition
  337. MPP Wilson attends International Plowing Match
  338. MPP Wilson stands up for farmers
  339. Supporting Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
  340. Same old, same old
  341. Ontario hydro rates now the highest in North America
  342. Wilson celebrates grant funding with Trillium recipients
  343. Simcoe-Grey MPP supports My Friend's House
  344. True cost of ORPP remains unknown: Wilson
  345. Wilson celebrates Canada Day with South Simcoe residents
  346. Wilson attends CFB Borden change-of-command
  347. Celebrating investment in Collingwood
  348. Wilson guest speaker at Wasaga Rotary
  349. Brown and Wilson visit Collingwood airport
  350. Liberals continue to cut Barrie and Simcoe County health services
  351. Why reward bad behaviour?
  352. Liberal climate plan will make life more expensive for Ontarians
  353. MPP Wilson helps New Lowell United Church open addition
  354. Wilson brings greetings at Collingwood Gutsy Walk
  355. Wilson's seniors' seminar draws big crowd
  356. Grim fiscal future for Ontario
  357. Autism doesn't end at age 5
  358. Stop your power bill from skyrocketing
  359. Brown tours Collingwood G&M
  360. PC Leader Patrick Brown visits Wasaga Beach
  361. Wilson speaks out for autistic children
  362. Simcoe-Grey MPP salutes nurses, PSWs
  363. MPP Wilson visits with longtime friends in Stayner
  364. Wilson celebrates new Dutch Canadian Friendship Garden in Stayner
  365. Liberal government refuses to restore autism cuts in front of affected families
  366. Wilson meets with Baxter Corporation
  367. Rising hydro rates hurting Ontario
  368. Wilson launches petition in support of autistic children
  369. Wilson discusses Liberal funding freeze to health unit
  370. Liberals snub Wilson’s call to halt wind turbine project
  371. Wilson and stakeholders discuss wind turbines with media
  372. Liberals putting pilot safety at risk: Wilson
  373. Wilson pays tribute to late NDP member Peter Kormos
  374. MEDIA ADVISORY: Wilson demands halt to wind turbine project
  375. VIDEO: Wilson fights for students attending demonstration schools
  376. Liberal policies threaten Demonstration Schools
  377. Wind turbine company's cash influenced Liberal government: Wilson
  378. Meeting with local moms about Liberal cuts to IBI funding
  379. Liberal government ignores call for fiscal restraint
  380. Wilson making progress for Wasaga’s Parkbridge residents
  381. PTSD legislation the right thing to do
  382. Brown stands up for local hospitals
  383. Simcoe-Muskoka MPPs outraged by cuts to RVH
  384. Liberal budget hurts Ontario families
  385. Wilson’s hospital petition receives strong support
  386. VIDEO: Wilson calls on Liberals to stop wind turbine project
  387. Wilson working hard for Simcoe-Grey
  388. VIDEO: Wilson demands answers on wind turbines
  389. Fun day at Minesing Minifest
  390. Liberals endanger pilots and public safety by approving turbines
  391. Celebrating 40 years of Sunnidale Winterama in New Lowell
  392. Congratulations to Thornbury's Lionel Boutet
  393. Premier must restore local decision making
  394. Liberals bungle oversight of tire stewardship
  395. Bill 109 good news for firefighters
  396. VIDEO: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
  397. VIDEO: Wilson questions government on fire safety tool
  398. Auditor-General’s report highlights Liberal incompetence
  399. Liberal math, it never quite adds up
  400. Talking child and family services issues
  401. Meeting with Clearview Library CEO
  402. VIDEO: Wilson raises need for Wasaga high school
  403. VIDEO: Wilson delivers Christmas Tree Day statement
  404. Interesting Q&A with kids at Admiral Collingwood
  405. Meeting with officials at RVH in Barrie
  406. Nice update with My Friend's House
  407. Good meeting with OPPI reps at Queen's Park
  408. Visiting with constituents at Queen's Park
  409. VIDEO: Wilson demands help for local land lease communities
  410. Meeting with Wasaga residents
  411. It's flu shot season
  412. Planning for Alliston hospital redevelopment continues
  413. VIDEO: Remembering wartime efforts in Simcoe-Grey
  414. New land transfer tax powers will hurt Ontarians
  415. Lunch supports Hockley Hall
  416. Meeting in Essa with Alisa Vegter
  417. Wilson visits with page Samuel Martin-Chase
  418. VIDEO: Wilson introduces New Tecumseth hydro resolution
  419. Premier Wynne, are you listening?
  420. Hydro hike hurts Ontarians
  421. Hydro sale a bad idea: FAO report
  422. Proud to celebrate two new Habitat homes in Collingwood
  423. Wilson meets with Dairy Farmers of Ontario
  424. September job numbers reflect Liberal incompetence
  425. Congratulations to Walker Aggregates
  426. Celebrating with Collingwood's Elsie Cruickshank
  427. Wilson seeks answers on Clearview turbine project
  428. VIDEO: More support for expansion of Alliston hospital
  429. Fun day at Elmvale Fall Fair
  430. Wilson pleased to attend Friends of Simon Wiesenthal dinner
  431. VIDEO: Wilson calls on government to fund Matthews House Hospice
  432. Wynne ruining Ontario one bad decision at a time
  433. Watching our firefighters at work
  434. Liberals allowing CCAC system to suffer
  435. Liberals running roughshod over Ontarians
  436. VIDEO: Wilson calls for Alliston hospital redevelopment funding
  437. VIDEO: Wilson fights for constituent’s health care needs
  438. Liberal pension scheme hurts Ontario
  439. Meeting with G&M Hospital
  440. Merchant Navy Day in Collingwood
  441. Let's show our support for Stevenson Memorial
  442. Wilson marks Liberal physiotheraphy cuts in Midland
  443. Thanks to our peacekeepers
  444. Jim Meets with Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center
  445. Jim Meets with Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport
  446. Wilson Thanks Community for Their Efforts with Reopening Springwater Park
  447. Wilson Urges Premier to Address Crisis in Long-Term Care
  448. Jim Meets with Local Farmers
  449. Noble Insurance Celebrates 70th Anniversary
  450. Kathleen Wynne Fails to Deliver on Auto Insurance
  451. Wilson Launches Petition for the Redevelopment of SMH
  452. Wilson Attends 6 Hours of Gibraltar Bike Race in Support of My Friend's House
  453. Ontario Faces another Credit Downgrade
  454. Jim Welcomes MPP John Fraser to Matthews House Hospice
  455. Provincial Portion of Hume Street Project Remains Concern for Wilson
  456. Jim Meets With Local Dignitaries to Combat School Closures
  457. Wilson Continues To Fight Against Government Cuts to Physiotherapy for Seniors
  458. Jim Hosts Alliston 50+ Seminar
  459. Pan Am Games Torch - Collingwood
  460. Wilson Congratulates Christmas Tree Farmers Ontario
  461. Pan Am Games Torch - Alliston
  462. Why a Fire Sale of Hydro One Is a Bad Idea
  463. Jim Hosts Collingwood 50+ Seminar
  464. Petition to Lower Hydro Rates
  465. Tecumseth Beeton Elementary School Visits Queen's Park
  466. VIDEO: Liberal Government Continues to Ignore Crisis in Long-Term Care
  467. VIDEO: Wilson’s Christmas Tree Day Legislation Passes!
  468. VIDEO: Wilson Continues to Question Premier Over Fire Sale of Hydro One
  469. Join Jim at His Upcoming 50+ Seminar
  470. Nottawasaga Pines High School Participates in Relay for Life
  471. VIDEO: Liberals Ultimately Responsible for Billing Errors at Hydro One
  472. VIDEO: MPP Jim Wilson Launches Service Club Petition
  473. Energy File Mismanaged By Liberals Out of Touch With Impact
  474. VIDEO: Ontario Hydro Rates Most Expensive and Disastrous for Ontarians
  475. VIDEO: Liberal Dithering on Teacher Negotiations Creating Anxiety for Ontario Parents
  476. VIDEO: Education System In Chaos; Minister Should be Fired
  477. Enough is Enough - Hydro Protest at Queen's Park
  478. Jim Meets with Home Horizon Transitional Support Program
  479. Rural Ontario Medical Program
  480. VIDEO: Wilson Proposes Private Members Bill to Help Veterans Get Jobs with Ontario Government
  481. VIDEO: Liberal Government Out of Touch with Crisis in Long-Term Care
  482. VIDEO: Liberal Road Maintenance Standards Costing Lives
  483. Liberals Stealing Federal Health Transfer Payments to Pay for Fiscal Mismanagement of Ontario Finances
  484. Essa Franchise Forum
  485. VIDEO: Liberal Government to Use Taxpayers' Dollars to Pay for "Campaign Advertising"
  486. Rotary Day
  487. VIDEO: What Happened to the 54 Million Dollars Cut from Health Care in Last Thursday's Budget
  488. MPP Wilson Says Ontarians Can’t Afford Liberal Budget
  489. VIDEO: PC’s Five Budget Requests Key to Beginning Economic Turnaround
  490. VIDEO: Why Won’t Government Stop Gouging People and Take PC Advice?
  491. VIDEO: Liberal Government Turns Back on Consumers with Opportunistic Hydro One Proposal
  492. VIDEO: Watch Jim on CP24
  493. VIDEO: Liberals Plan to Take Hydro One Proceeds, Leave Customers Holding the Debt
  494. VIDEO: Wilson Again Questions Government over Sale of Hydro One
  495. Jim Speaks at Thornton Lions Club
  496. VIDEO: Tribute to former MPP George McCague
  497. VIDEO: Cap and Trade Nothing but Another Tax That Will Raise the Price of Everything
  498. VIDEO: Hydro One Sale Proceeds Must Legally Be Used for Debt Payments
  499. VIDEO: Wilson Asks Follow up Question on Service Club Resolution
  500. VIDEO: Will Premier Introduce Legislation to Limit Third Party Advertising?
  501. Jim Meets with Ontario Legislative Page Aiden Campbell
  502. Liberals Stifling Jobs and Economic Growth
  503. Blue Mountains Seniors Information and Active Living Fair
  504. VIDEO: Wilson Hopeful Government Will Follow Through With Promise to Fund Matthews House Hospice
  505. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Premier on GM Job Losses
  506. We Can’t Accept Liberal Scandals as the Status Quo
  507. VIDEO: Wilson Continues to Question Wynne over Sudbury Scandal
  508. Wilson Helps Celebrate Probus Month in Alliston
  509. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Premier Again Over Sudbury Scandal
  510. Father F. X. O'Reilly School Visits Queen's Park
  511. Jim Meets with Warden of Simcoe County
  512. VIDEO: Jim recognizes Federated Women's Institute of Ontario
  513. VIDEO: Wilson Renews Call for the Government to Equitably Fund Matthews House Hospice
  514. VIDEO: Ontario PC Interim Leader Jim Wilson Speaks in Support of Ontario Farmers
  515. VIDEO: Premier’s Double Standards on OPP Bribery Investigations Questioned
  516. VIDEO: Leadership from Premier Lacking in Sudbury Scandal
  517. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Premier Again Over Bribery Allegations
  518. VIDEO: Ontario PCs Looking for Answers and Resignations Over Bribery Allegations
  519. Premier Needs to Show Integrity by Taking Bribery Scandal Seriously
  520. VIDEO: Wilson Wins Approval for Service Club Resolution
  521. VIDEO: Ontario PCs Demand Resignations of Apparent Law-Breaking Liberals
  522. VIDEO: Premier Wynne Needs to Suspend her Deputy Chief over Suspicion of Bribery
  523. Wiarton Willie Festival
  524. Wilson Hosts Second Meeting to Discuss Dumping at Tottenham Airfield
  525. Ontario PCs Promote Recognition of E-Petitions by Legislature
  526. Jim meets with Ontario's Ombudsman, André Marin
  527. Wilson Reminds Public to Move Over for Stopped Emergency Vehicles
  528. Now Is Not the Time for Another Gasoline Tax
  529. Ontario PCs Launch Petition to Stop the Carbon Tax
  530. Wilson Makes Donation On Behalf Of PCs to Local Women's Shelters
  531. Jim meets with Local Business
  532. Service Clubs Are an Important Part of Our Community
  533. Luena Daley Wins Ontario Senior Achievement Award
  534. CO Detectors Required in All Homes
  535. VIDEO: Premier’s Pattern of Behaviour Let Down Ontario in Fall Legislative Session
  536. VIDEO: Wilson to Wynne: Pull the Plug on Failed Energy Policies
  537. VIDEO: Sir John A. MacDonald Bicentennial
  538. VIDEO: Auditor General's Report Devastating Indictment of Liberal Government: Wilson
  539. Hospice Palliative Care Ontario
  540. Increased Taxes, Cuts to Services and More Debt
  541. Essa Fire Department Hosts Side by Side Burn Demonstration
  542. VIDEO: Support Sprinklers for Rural Ontarians: Wilson
  543. VIDEO: MPP Grinch’s Block Christmas Tree Day: Wilson
  544. Jim Attends Town of New Tecumseth Inaugural Meeting
  545. VIDEO: Jim Continues to Call on Government to Equitably Fund Hospices
  546. Ontario Legislative Page Program
  547. Jim tours Georgian College
  548. Clearview Tea Company Product Now Available in the Queen's Park Gift Shop
  549. VIDEO: Wilson to Wynne: More Government Mismanagement Over SAMS
  550. VIDEO: Wilson Stands Up for Ontario’s Christmas Tree Industry
  551. VIDEO: Wilson Reintroduces Bill to Fight Wind Turbines Proposed Beside Collingwood Airport
  552. VIDEO: Wilson Grills Wynne Over Education Cuts, School Closures
  553. VIDEO: Wilson to Wynne: Restore Municipal Planning Powers over Wind Turbines
  554. Remembrance Day
  555. Statement on Remembrance Day
  556. Jim Signs Petition to “Ground the Flight Tax”
  557. VIDEO: Jim Continues to Question Government on Wind Turbines at Collingwood Airport
  558. VIDEO: Wilson Advocates for Local Family and Pushes for Proper Programming
  559. VIDEO: Ontario PCs Call for Deputy Premier’s Resignation
  560. Jim Meets with Ministry of Environment Officials
  561. VIDEO: Hydro Bills Going Up as Liberals Ignore Bloated Pensions
  562. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Province on Refusal to Provide Disaster Relief for Angus Tornado Victims
  563. Wilson Concerned Over Dumping Activities in Tottenham
  564. VIDEO: Liberal Scandals and Mismanagement Deny Health Care to Ontario's Most Vulnerable
  565. Statement on Shooting in Ottawa
  566. Jim meets with Minister of Natural Resources
  567. VIDEO: Premier Wynne Refuses to Release MaRS Records
  568. Side Launch Brewery Tour
  569. Wilson Launches Petition in Support of Asthma Protection Bill
  570. Wilson Enjoying Job as Interim Leader of Ontario PC Party
  571. Set Targets for Use of Local Agriculture Product in Government Institutions
  572. Jim Attends 2014 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo
  573. Dedication of a Memorial to the Royal Newfoundland Fencible Infantry
  574. Jim meets with Consul General of Pakistan
  575. Flag-raising Ceremony at Queen's Park
  576. The 2014 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo is being held in Simcoe County
  577. Hydro Cash Grab to Continue: Liberals Hide Suspicious Report on Energy Sector Pensions
  578. VIDEO: Wilson Continues Fight against Wind Turbines at Collingwood Airport
  579. VIDEO: Statement on the Collingwood Elvis Festival
  580. VIDEO: Liberal Tax Grab Threatens Small Airports Across Ontario
  581. VIDEO: Wilson Continues to Call on Government to Equitably Fund Hospices
  582. VIDEO: Jim Presents More Physiotherapy Petitions
  583. VIDEO: Wilson Reintroduces Christmas Tree Legislation
  584. Liberal Budget Fails Ontario
  585. Statement on the Passing of Former MPP George R. McCague
  586. Liberal Throne Speech Takes Ontario in the Wrong Direction
  587. Jim Wilson elected as Interim Leader of Ontario PC Party
  588. Thank You Simcoe-Grey
  589. Wilson Tours Angus to View Aftermath of Tornado
  590. MPP Wilson Responds to Liberals Reckless Budget
  591. VIDEO: Liberals Still Refuse to Fund Life-Saving Medication for 12 Year Old Girl
  592. Jim Meets with Financial Advisors Association
  593. Wilson Introduces Petition to Address Discrepancy in Hospice Funding
  594. MPP Wilson Launches 'Stop Gouging Hydro Rates' Campaign
  595. MPP Jim Wilson Looks for Advice on Angling and Hunting Issues in Simcoe-Grey
  596. VIDEO: Liberals Cuts to Physiotherapy Hurting Seniors: Wilson
  597. Jim Meets with Ontario Medical Students Association
  598. Wilson Joins Dunlop for Skilled Trades Overview Tour Stop in Wasaga Beach
  599. Former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty Passes Away at 64
  600. VIDEO: Wilson Questions Liberals on Funding for Collingwood Hospital
  601. Attorney General Victim Services Awards
  602. VIDEO: Wilson Advocates for Fair Hospice Funding in Ontario
  603. Wilson Introduces Legislation to Recognize Rural Industry
  604. Beaver Valley Rocks Celebrity Curling Match
  605. MPP Jim Wilson Wants to Hear From Local Businesses
  606. Errinrung Residence Hosts a Staff Appreciation Day!
  607. VIDEO: Wilson Continues to Advocate for Drug Coverage of Kalydeco for Madi Vanstone
  608. VIDEO: Where is Liberal Jobs Plan?
  609. Wilson and Dunlop to Host Trades Town Hall in Simcoe-Grey
  610. Wilson Committed to Restoring Horse Racing Industry in Ontario
  611. VIDEO: Wilson Introduces Petition for 12 Year Old Madi Vanstone
  612. VIDEO: Ontario Healthcare System Failing 12 Year Old Madi Vanstone: McGuinty-Wynne Liberals Continue to Refuse Lifesaving Treatment
  613. VIDEO: McGuinty-Wynne Liberals Continue to Refuse Treatment to 12 Year Old Madi Vanstone
  614. VIDEO: Wilson extremely disappointed by Premier Wynne’s Callous Refusal to Fund Treatment for 12 Year Old Madi Vanstone
  615. Jim Tours Darlington Nuclear Station
  616. Wilson Attends Wind Rally at Queen's Park
  617. VIDEO: Jim Speaks to Concerns Heard at Agricultural Roundtable
  618. Liberals Energy Boondoggle to Continue
  619. Jim Congratulates Goodall on Grand Opening of New Location
  620. Jim Speaks to Wasaga Beach Rotary
  621. Wilson, Dunlop and Hardeman to Host Agriculture Roundtable in Simcoe-Grey
  622. Wilson Outraged with Approval for Wind Turbines at Collingwood Airport
  623. Hydro Rates Going Up AGAIN
  624. Wilson Continues Fight to Regain Access to Shale Beach
  625. Jim Meets with Hospice Palliative Care Ontario
  626. VIDEO: Wilson Advocates for Fair Hospice Funding
  627. VIDEO: Wilson Congratulates Alliston Hospital on Recognition in Canadian Business Journal
  628. VIDEO: Still No Promised Jobs Plan From 'Clearing The Decks’
  629. VIDEO: Wilson Congratulates Collingwood Hospital on Outstanding Recognition
  630. Jim meets with the Canadian Sikh Association
  631. Jim speaks at Collingwood Chamber of Commerce power lunch
  632. Economic Update Shows Liberals to Keep Racking Up Debt
  633. VIDEO: Wilson Goes to Bat for Seniors Unable to Afford Medical Supplies
  634. Jim wears green for 4H day
  635. Jim meets with Chicken Farmers of Ontario
  636. VIDEO: Wilson Confronts Liberals on Wind Turbine Being Built in Residential Neighbourhood
  637. VIDEO: Wilson Stands Up for Snowmobile Clubs as Liberals Move to Cut Off Access to Hydro Corridors
  638. VIDEO: PCs Continues to Fight for Prompt Payment Legislation
  639. Jim meets with Ontario Convenience Store Stakeholders
  640. Liberals can no longer be trusted to govern: Hudak
  641. Wilson Pleased to Support New Trades Legislation: Bill 118, No New Tax for Businesses Act
  642. Liberals Keen to Consult, but Have No Plan for Jobs or Economy
  643. Jim congratulates Norma Friest
  644. VIDEO: Wilson Outraged with Liberals Decimation of Horse Racing Industry
  645. VIDEO: Wilson Joins Hudak to Call for Judicial Inquiry over Gas Plant Scandal
  646. Liberal Government Responsible for another $1.1 Billion Scandal
  647. VIDEO: Wilson Talks Impact of Low Water Levels in Georgian Bay
  648. Wilson Continues His Fight for Pensions of Public Sector Employees Affected by Past Public Sector Divestments
  649. Understanding Your Hydro Bill
  650. VIDEO: Jim meets with Barrie Construction Association and Council of Ontario Construction Associations
  651. VIDEO: Jim questions Premier on programming motion
  652. Jim appears on Sun News with Anita Sharma
  653. Developmental Disabilities Ignored by Liberals
  654. Wilson Continues to Push for Outstanding Pension Regulations
  655. Essa Historical Society Unveils Plaque Commemorating Founding of Utopia
  656. Ontario must get Its Fiscal House in Order Before it is Too Late
  657. Grand Re-Opening of Tim Hortons (Hume Street)
  658. Jim attends local BBQ
  659. Patricia Midlebrook celebrates 70 years
  660. Jim Presents Trillium Funding in Creemore
  661. Tax Breaks for Farmers, Food for Ontario Families
  662. Liberal-NDP Coalition Lie to Ontarians about Auto Insurance
  663. Carly Patterson Memorial Golf Tournament
  664. Campbell House Brakes Ground
  665. Wilson pleased to support Georgian Bay Mayors and 'Stop the Drop' to launch Mayors' Challenge
  666. Ontario's Debt Clock Keeps Ticking
  667. Ontario Needs a New Economic and Jobs Plan says Wilson
  668. Wilson Wants to Promote Midwifery Services
  669. Wilson Thanks Community for Their Efforts with Traffic Signals
  670. Liberals Disallows Summer Select Committee on Developmental Services
  671. Hamilton Family Donates 150 Acres of Land
  672. Wilson Calls on Minister to Stop Physiotherapy Service Cuts
  673. Wilson Introduces Petition to Re-Open Blue Mountains Shale Beach
  674. NDP Prop Up a Corrupt Liberal Government
  675. Physiotherapy Petition
  676. Grand Opening of Oasis By The Bay Vacation Resort
  677. Jim Hosts Annual Seniors' Seminar
  678. Wilson: Liberals Energy Announcement Nothing But Hot Air
  679. Jim Meets with Delegates from Kingdom of Lesotho
  680. Jim Meets with Founder of ‘Stop the Drop’ Campaign
  681. Wilson Debates Liberal-NDP Coalition Budget
  682. Wilson Introduces Petition against Physiotherapy Cuts
  683. Wilson: Physiotherapy Cuts Will Have a Devastating Impact on Seniors
  684. Liberals and NDP Team Up to Silence Ontario Taxpayers
  685. Grand Opening of the Collingwood Community Food Co-op
  686. Wilson Blasts Liberal-NDP Coalition Budget Deal
  687. Wilson Thanks Local Physicians
  688. You're invited to Jim's Annual 50 Plus Seminar
  689. Wilson: Liberal-NDP Coalition Hiding From Accountability
  690. A Confident Government Shouldn't Be Afraid of a Confidence Motion
  691. Jim helps Warden Cal Patterson advance local concerns at Queen’s Park
  692. Scandals Leave Ontarians with No Confidence in Liberal Government
  693. Jim joins Tim Hudak and Steve Clark to demand accountability over gas plant scandal
  694. Wilson Congratulates the Lions and Lioness Clubs on their 50th and 35th Anniversaries
  695. Wilson Questions Lack of Action from Liberal Government over Declining Water Levels in Great Lakes
  696. Jim Stops by Midwives Nottawasaga
  697. Liberals Have Lost the Moral Authority to Govern
  698. Wilson to Premier: It is time to test the confidence of this House
  699. Ontarians Need Confidence in Government – And our Future
  700. McGuinty-Wynne Liberals -- Putting Their Party Before Taxpayers
  701. Wilson talks ramifications of GEA and Demands Answers over Wind Turbines proposed near Airport
  702. Press Conference on Green Energy Act
  703. Jim has Local Constituents to Queen's Park
  704. Hydro Rates Set to Skyrocket, Again
  705. Wilson Applauds Local Teacher for Unique Approach to Fundraising
  706. Trades Tax Must be Stopped
  707. Wilson Makes Statement about Closure of Springwater Park
  708. NEWS ALERT - Jackson Makes Statement on Springwater Park Closure
  709. PC Party Plan for a Better Rural Ontario
  710. Jim Met with Canadian Federation of Students Ontario
  711. Liberals Continue to Do Nothing to Confront Jobs and Spending Crisis
  712. Paths to Prosperity: Respect for Rural Ontario
  713. Jim met with Midwives Nottawasaga
  714. Wilson Challenges Premier on Wind Turbines Proposed near the Collingwood Regional Airport
  715. Legislative Page Program
  716. Watch Jim on The Source with Ezra Levant talking about wind turbines
  717. Wilson Introduces More Petitions to Call for a Moratorium on Wind Turbine Developments
  718. Wilson Introduces More Petition to Urge the Continued Operation of Springwater Provincial Park
  719. Gas Plant Scandal - What are the Liberals hiding?
  720. Jim Wilson Signs Pledge To Stop The Trades Tax
  721. NEWS ALERT: Wind turbines in Collingwood will create perfect storm (Toronto Sun)
  722. Wilson continues to push for outstanding pension regulations for local workers
  723. Wilson Introduces Petition that Urges the Continued Operation of Springwater Provincial Park
  724. Wilson Introduces Petition that Calls for a Moratorium on Wind Turbine Developments
  725. That’s Wynne’s Story and She’s Sticking to It
  726. Wilson to Wynne: Allow Select Committee into Gas Plant Scandal
  727. Wilson Introduces Legislation to Restore Local Control over Wind and Solar Projects
  728. Jim joined his PC colleagues today to urge investigations into cancelation of gas plants
  730. Ontario’s Debt Nightmare has Surpassed Even America’s Most Indebted State
  731. Liberal Minister Admits to Making a Mistake with Decision to End the Slots at Racetracks Partnership
  732. Liberals ignore the facts by introducing a more stringent Drive Clean test
  733. Liberal Leadership Candidates Do Not Deserve To Be in Government, Let Alone Running It
  734. So Much for the Goodwill, Wilson says of Teacher Talks
  735. Bogus Email Shows Distrust in McGuinty
  736. Wilson to McGuinty: Back off on Slots at Racetracks Program
  737. Green Energy Act Divides Ontario
  738. McGuinty's 100 days (and counting) of inaction
  739. Issues to follow in 2012
  740. Hudak & Wilson: McGuinty is out of ideas, so he can have ours
  741. CTV News coverage of the push for support services for Jessi Dillon of Nottawa
  742. Action needed on pension legislation: Wilson
  743. Auditor General confirms Wilson’s hydro warnings
  744. Join Jim for his swearing-in ceremony
  745. Collingwood hospital expansion must be a priority: Wilson
  746. Thank you, Simcoe-Grey
  747. Wilson named House Leader of the “government-in-waiting”
  748. Wilson Announces Plan to Give Hydro Relief
  749. Wilson Urges Solution to Hospice Issue
  750. McGuinty Raises Hydro Rates Yet Again
  751. Patient Care Fading Amid Laboratory Closures
  752. Wilson pushes for pension regulations for local workers
  753. Ontario Families Need Relief from Tax and Spend McGuinty Liberals
  754. Stop Talking and Start Fixing Victims’ Justice Fund
  755. Community Update: Stayner Lab to Remain Open
  756. Wilson pushes for Collingwood hospital expansion
  757. Wait for dialysis in Collingwood reaching crisis level
  758. Dialysis Situation Must Be Fixed: Wilson
  759. On hydro bills, families need a chance to catch-up
  760. Advancing Your Concerns at Queen's Park
  761. Tottenham Medical Lab Now Open
  762. Setting Local Priorites: A Year in Review
  763. Wilson Renews Calls for Highway 89 Traffic Lights
  764. Scrap the electronics tax: Wilson
  765. Wilson seeks advice from his top advisors
  766. Wilson to McGuinty: Return Lab to Stayner or Cut LifeLabs funding
  767. Medical Labs Update - December 8, 2010
  768. Wilson on LifeLabs: Don’t be fooled by temporary re-opening
  769. Medical Labs Update - December 1, 2010
  770. Report to the community on medical lab closures
  771. Jim asks Premier McGuinty to reopen medical labs
  772. Wilson remembers Chic Simonato
  773. Wilson Questions Health Minister about Lab Closures
  774. Wilson Wants Debate on Medical Labs
  775. Medical Labs: An Open Letter to Dalton McGuinty
  776. Restore Earned Pension Benefits: Wilson
  777. Ontario Families Want Change
  778. Support MS Liberation Therapy: Wilson
  779. Put Back Stayner's Medical Labs: Wilson
  780. Reveal Hydro Costs says Wilson
  781. HEQCO - What are they hiding?
  782. Wilson Keeps Pushing for Farmers
  783. No Old Age Security Cheques for Prisoners says Wilson
  784. Wilson slams prisoner payments, warns of looming health scandal
  785. We Pay More and We Get Less
  786. Dalton McGuinty's Terrible Summer
  787. Wilson: PCs Will Restore Local Decision Making
  788. Beaver Cleaver and the ‘aww shucks’ moment
  789. Cuts at Collingwood's G&M Hospital Cause for Concern
  790. Liberals Vote ‘No’ to Business Risk Management Program for Farmers
  791. PC Caucus Pushes for Business Risk Management Program
  792. Wilson Tables Resolution to Help Farmers
  793. Wilson Congratulates the Alliston Hornets
  794. Jim Wilson Expresses Support for Rural Pharmacies
  795. Clarksburg or America? Minister needs to get her bins straight
  796. McGuinty takes taxing and spending to a whole new level
  797. McGuinty Drops the Axe on Doctor Recruitment Programs
  798. Health Spending Gone Awry
  799. McGuinty's "Buy Korea Policy" is bad for Ontario
  800. Wilson Calls on Premier to Address Children's Aid Shortfalls
  801. Hydro Bills Set to Skyrocket
  802. Tired of Red Tape?
  803. McGuinty snubs Central Ontario: Wilson
  804. Keeping Busy at Queen's Park
  805. Official Opening of new CT Scanner at Stevenson Memorial
  806. Celebrating Ontario Agriculture Week
  807. Physician Recruitment Programs at Risk says Wilson
  808. McGuinty Refuses to Listen on Auto Insurance
  809. Hudak Gives Wilson Additional Responsibilities
  810. McGuinty Liberals Attack Rural Healthcare
  811. Jim helps the Federated Women's Insitute of Ontario advance its concerns at Queen's Park
  812. Wilson goes to bat for Simcoe County paramedics
  813. Red tape blamed for stalled job plan
  814. Important Changes to the Highway Traffic Act
  815. Wilson pushes for new Simcoe-Grey Long-Term Care Beds
  816. New WSIB Legislation Concerns Small Business
  817. McGuinty Spends Ontario Into a Deficit: Wilson
  818. My fight to create jobs for young people
  819. Local Long-Term Care Waiting Lists Growing
  820. Animal Cruelty Laws Need More Work
  821. Time for a new economic plan says Wilson
  822. Ontario Job Losses
  823. Invest in long-term care says Wilson
  824. Let's Introduce a Ban on Bans
  825. Wilson Congratulates Stevenson Memorial Hospital
  826. C. difficile Costing More Lives than SARS
  827. How did sex-change operations become a healthcare priority?
  828. Doctor Shortage Getting Worse
  829. Apprenticeship Ratios Keeping Students Unemployed
  830. Time to bring the Legislature into the 21st Century
  831. Wilson Congratulates Citizen of the Year George McCague
  832. Wilson Introduces Lord's Prayer Petition
  833. University Class Sizes the Worst in Canada says Wilson
  834. Wilson Speaks about Wasaga Beach during Legislative Debate
  835. Wilson Pays Tribute to Cameron Street Public School
  836. Wilson Explains Hype Surrounding Business Taxes
  837. Wilson to McGuinty: Fix Apprenticeship Ratios to Create Jobs
  838. Wilson Congratulates the Alliston Hornets
  839. Petition to Save Angus Early Years Centre
  840. Wilson Promoted to Deputy Speaker
  841. Wilson Raises Questions About Hwy 89 Warning Light
  842. Supporting Responsible Pet Ownership
  843. Wilson Congratulates George McCague
  844. Wilson Delivers $108,000 for Habitat for Humanity
  845. Wilson Introduces Motion to Re-Start Hwy 26
  846. Stevenson Memorial Hospital Birthing Unit Rally
  847. Wilson Gets Results on Wrong-Way Sign Legislation
  848. Getting Results for April Sobisch and Owen Eisses
  849. Private Member's Bills Help Get Results


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