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Bobbi Ann Brady

How do local ATV riders feel about a One-Trail System?

By MPP Bobbi Ann Brady A few months ago, I met with representatives from the Ontario Federation of All Terrain Vehicle Clubs (OFATV). Haldimand-Norfolk has many folks who are ATV enthusiasts, some have even formed clubs over the years. I’ve had my own ATVs over the years too, so meeting with the OFATV and hearing

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Bobbi Ann Brady

Automation on the farm taking root

By MPP Bobbi Ann Brady I have always found this time of year fascinating as we watch crops burst from the soil. As the days of summer pass all too quickly, a farmer’s thoughts turn to harvest. As we know, wheat has just been taken off and last week I learned how to drive a

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Bobbi Ann Brady

Squeakier wheels for a new Argyle Street Bridge

By MPP Bobbi Ann Brady A few weeks ago, Ontario’s Minister of Transportation arrived unannounced in Norfolk County. Had I known about the visit, I would have suggested on his way back to Toronto he drive across Caledonia’s Argyle Street Bridge and witness first-hand its dilapidated state. And maybe he did and that’s why it

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Bobbi Ann Brady

The good people of HN and I will not be silenced

By MPP Bobbi Ann Brady  The past few weeks have been interesting in local politics. In fact, it has been an interesting and wonderful two years since, with your approval, I took the fight to Queen’s Park to stand up for democracy and challenge the establishment. And when you challenge the establishment, there is a

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Bobbi Ann Brady

MZO debate rages on in Haldimand

By MPP Bobbi Ann Brady Those opposed to the development of a city at Nanticoke may recall in March we were all able to breathe a sigh of relief. It was at that time, Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Paul Calandra said he would cease and desist issuing new Ministerial Zoning Orders (MZOs) until a

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New world, new threats, new solutions

By MPP Bobbi Ann Brady Public safety and security should always be top of mind for politicians at all levels of government. In the not-so-distant past, public security dealt with foreign and domestic threats in the form of military attacks, terrorism, natural disasters, or dangerous weather cycles. But now, every year we hear about multiple

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Provincial money flowing to assist with hazards from old, inactive gas wells

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 12, 2024 CANFIELD – Provincial funding to assist with managing the hazards posed by old, inactive gas wells is flowing to Haldimand and Norfolk Counties. Announced earlier this year as part of a $2.5 million investment to help nine municipalities in Southwestern Ontario with emergency preparedness, Norfolk County will receive $280,000

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Summer celebrations abound in Haldimand and Norfolk

By MPP Bobbi Ann Brady Summer holds a special meaning for Canadians – in a typical year it represents sunshine, warm weather and a break from the cold dreariness of long winters. Officially, summer begins on the summer solstice, June 21 this year. Unofficially, many of us look at a time after the Victoria Day

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Brady wants to welcome the Legislature to 2015

For immediate release: June 7, 2024                   QUEEN’S PARK – MPP Brady recently tabled a motion urging the Ontario Legislature to catch up with the House of Commons and allow citizens the ability to send electronic petitions (e-petitions) to the Ontario government.  The federal government has empowered Canadians to sign and submit online e-petitions since December

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Brady and CFIB team up for lower small business taxes

For immediate release: June 5, 2024 QUEEN’S PARK – MPP Bobbi Ann Brady encourages the public to support lower taxes for small business by signing her petition asking the Ontario government to cut the Small Business Tax Rate (SBTR). Brady and the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) have teamed up to distribute the petition,

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