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The Toronto Star – Drive Clean fee reduced by $5 as of April 1

TORONTO — Conservative MPP Michael Harris (Kitchener-Conestoga) said the announcement is “not good enough for Ontario drivers.” “Scrap it,” said […]

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The Woolwich Observer – Changes in store for gravel pit process following review of Aggregate Resources Act

TORONTO — “Rehabilitation, that’s something I think is important, and as well the recycling aspect. I know the recycling aspect […]

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New Hamburg Independent – Bill designed to protect region from high construction costs gets voted down at Queen’s Park

KITCHENER — A bill that would have protected the Region of Waterloo’s construction costs from being inflated by a union […]

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The Toronto Star – Diabetes registry obsolete, eHealth tells Liberals

TORONTO – But CGI, which has spent between $10 million and $15 million developing the registry, has not met eHealth’s […]

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The Record – MPP Harris urges the Region of Waterloo to support Fair and Open Tendering

KITCHENER — On Wednesday June 5 Kitchener-Conestoga MPP Michael Harris made a presentation at the Waterloo Regional Council on fair […]

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New Hamburg Independent – Rubber meets the road as Ontario’s tire fees increase

WATERLOO REGION — Higher recycling fees that came into effect April 1 have hiked the cost of off-road tires that […]

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570 News – Local MPP wants provincial standards for roundabouts

WATERLOO REGION — After introducing it to the legislature last week, Kitchener-Conestoga MPP Michael Harris was at the corner of […]

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The Spectator – Proposed roundabout law may face rough ride

WATERLOO REGION — Conservative MPP Michael Harris isn’t giving up his fight for roundabout clarity even as the Liberal government […]

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The Record – D’Amato: Tory plan to restore order in schools is very appealing

KITCHENER — Stacey Gorloff isn’t someone who gives up easily. The Grade 12 student from Huron Heights Secondary School in […]

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New Hamburg Independent – High school teachers suspend sports, clubs to protest Bill 115

NEW HAMBURG — Sports and other extracurricular activities were put on hold at Waterloo-Oxford and other high schools across the […]

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