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D’AMATO: Let’s get serious with drivers who blow by school buses

It’s a shame to see party politics get in the way of making children safer on school buses. We already […]

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Photo radar should help convict drivers blowing past stopped school buses: MPP

When a motorist blows by a school bus with flashing lights, the photo taken by onboard technology should be allowed […]

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Conservative MPP wants proposed bill allowing potential photo radar on highways altered

Ontario Progressive Conservatives will ask for changes to proposed photo radar legislation to ensure use of the technology doesn’t spread […]

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Local MPP to introduce bill to crackdown on illegal pill press machines and the people that make them

Kitchener-Conestoga MPP Michael Harris will introduce a private members bill today at Queen’s Park in Toronto. The bill aims to […]

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Michael Harris stands with Canadians to mark 100 years since Vimy Ridge battle

Thousands of Canadians stood solemnly before the Vimy War Memorial in France on Sunday, and Michael Harris stood with them […]

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Transportation minister can’t say how much UP Express will cost taxpayers

TORONTO – A year after the government slashed UP Express fares in a bid to bolster tanking ridership, Liberal Transportation Minister Steven […]

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Local MPP launches hydro rate petition

Hydro rates in Ontario is the focus of a petition launched by a local MPP. Kitchener-Conestoga Conservative Michael Harris has […]

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Trustees urged to keep tiny St. Agatha school open

WATERLOO REGION — Parents and students pleaded yet again with education trustees not to close tiny, decaying St. Agatha Catholic […]

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Province ends winter hydro cut-offs

Although not a large problem in Woolwich and Wellesley townships, the province has passed legislation preventing electricity providers from turning […]

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Rare disease sufferers still waiting for help, says MPP Michael Harris

More than a year after beginning the campaign for an all-party committee to look into better help for Ontarians with […]

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