Category: Media Releases

Brady asks, where’s the law to protect motor vehicle accident victims?

For immediate release: May 8, 2024      QUEEN’S PARK – Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady in the Ontario Legislature asked Premier Ford to eliminate civil jury trials when it comes to motor vehicle accidents. Brady said this would help clear out backlogs in the justice system and provide timely compensation to injured victims. “For those who

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Brady celebrates the Langton Oldtimers Six Pack Tournament

For immediate release:April 22, 2024 QUEEN’S PARK – MPP Brady today stood in the Ontario Legislature to celebrate last weekend’s Langton Oldtimers Six Pack Tournament. Over 260 hockey players converged on the Langton arena, the beautiful arena spanning five decades of rich culture and tradition. The tournament has been attracting and boasting hockey talent for over 28 years.

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Premier Ford explodes when urged to follow Scott Moe’s lead

For immediate release:April 17, 2024 QUEEN’S PARK – MPP Bobbi Ann Brady stood in the Ontario Legislature to fight for affordability for Ontario taxpayers. The premier took offense to Brady calling a referendum on a provincial carbon tax a publicity stunt and bellowed back that come next election, Brady would be out of a job. Brady

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Brady again petitions Ontario to axe carbon tax on home heating

For immediate release:April 12, 2024 QUEEN’S PARK – MPP Bobbi Ann Brady yesterday stood in the Ontario Legislature to read in more petitions that would ensure Ontarians don’t have to choose between heating and eating. “Speaker, I have several names here on a petition that calls on the government to provide relief to families from the federal

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Brady votes to modernize ARIO

For immediate release:April 11, 2024 QUEEN’S PARK – Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady today voted in favour of Bill 155, which will see the modernization of The Agricultural Research Institute of Ontario (ARIO). ARIO was created in 1962 and the ARIO Act last had major amendments in the 1990s. In the Legislature on April 10, Brady announced her support of Bill 155

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Brady breaks down budget in House

For immediate release:April 11, 2024 QUEEN’S PARK –Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady yesterday stood in the House to debate and vote against Bill 180, Building a Better Ontario Act (Budget Measures), 2024. While there are components of the bill that will pass and will be beneficial to Ontarians, Brady could not, on principal, support a budget that

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Brady questions Premier: Has OLT been hijacked?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 6, 2024 QUEEN’S PARK— Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady caused a stir in the Ontario Legislature today when she questioned the government whether the Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT) has been hijacked by friends of developers. “I respectfully ask if the premier can articulate what skills and qualifications one must possess to

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Ontario needs to take carbon tax idea one step further: Brady

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 29, 2024 SIMCOE – Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady is encouraged but cautious of provisions in the Get It Done Act that will require a referendum before a provincial carbon tax can be introduced. Brady, who read in copies of a petition she launched on Jan. 12 calling on Ontario to

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MPP Brady stands to honour fellow Delhi resident Rick Boon

For immediate release: Feb 23, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK – MPP Bobbi Ann Brady yesterday stood in the Ontario Legislature to honour the brave and honourable service of Rick Boon. Until his recent retirement, Rick served nearly 32 years with the Legislative Security Service as a Constable, Sergeant, and Inspector/Operations Manager. “Speaker, I rise this morning

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Ontario’s Appeal Court rules Bill 124 unconstitutional

For immediate release: Feb 13, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK – MPP Bobbi Ann Brady is pleased Ontario’s Appeal Court has ruled Bill 124, Protecting a Sustainable Public Sector for Future Generations Act, 2019 to be unconstitutional. The legislation capped public sector wages at one per cent per year for three years. Bill 124 angered labour groups

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