Category: Media Releases

Brady calls on province to drop carbon tax from home heating

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Jan. 12, 2024 SIMCOE – MPP Bobbi Ann Brady today launched a petition calling on the government to drop carbon tax from natural gas and electricity used for heating. With the federal government dropping the carbon tax from heating oil in November, which is the primary heating source in the Maritimes, several

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Brady fourth time questions minister over Argyle St. Bridge

QUEEN’S PARK—Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady stood in the Ontario Legislature for the fourth time and asked Minister of Transportation Prabmeet Sarkaria what is still holding up reconstruction of the Argyle Street Bridge. Brady first asked former Minister of Transportation Caroline Mulroney in August 2022.  “There’s nothing the people of Caledonia want more for Christmas

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Brady frustrated government rammed through home care bill

For immediate release: November 29, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK—MPP Bobbi Ann Brady is frustrated and disappointed the Ford government yesterday rammed through Bill 135, The Convenient Care at Home Act, 2023.  Particularly frustrating to Brady was the fact that possible amendments to improve Bill 135 were due less than 24 hours before the final vote on

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Brady praises CAP funding, questions missing RMP boost

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nov. 24, 2023 SIMCOE – Haldimand-Norfolk MPP had kudos for the provincial and federal governments new CAP agriculture funding to expand production capacity and boost energy efficiency in the agriculture and food sector but questioned when the increase in RMP funding was coming. Announced Monday, the Sustainable Canadian Agriculture Partnership (CAP) through

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Brady votes in favour of making life more affordable

For immediate release: November 21, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK—Constituents continually tell MPP Bobbi Ann Brady that life is becoming unaffordable.  The Haldimand-Norfolk MPP will take every opportunity to try to ease the financial pain people are feeling.  This is why she voted yesterday in support of Motion 70, which called for the Government of Canada to

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Brady implores minister to increase RMP by $100 million

For immediate release: November 15, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK—MPP Bobbi Ann Brady today implored Minister of Agriculture Lisa Thompson to truly listen and understand the needs of Ontario farmers. Needs that include the Beef Farmers of Ontario’s (BFO) request for a $100 million bump up to the Ontario Risk Management Program (RMP). “(Minister Thompson in the

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Brady calls for large animal vet program to include H-N

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nov. 9, 2023 SIMCOE – Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady is echoing the voices of local livestock groups in calling for the area to be part of the government’s recently announced Veterinary Incentive Program. First announced in this spring’s budget, details of the Veterinary Incentive Program were released in late October when

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Brady stands to honour those who have served and serve

For immediate release: November 2, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK— Bobbi Ann Brady, MPP again stood at Queen’s Park to express her gratitude to the thousands of Canadian veterans who fought and sacrificed their lives for the freedoms we enjoy.  As she did last week in the Ontario Legislature, she voiced her support for their year-long remembrance

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Brady appointed to Standing Committee on Social Policy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 30, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK – Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady welcomes the new challenges and issues she will face as a member of the Standing Committee on Social Policy. “I am thrilled with this new appointment and look forward to tackling social justice issues, which could include homelessness, opioid addiction, ODSP

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Brady asks for plan to ensure LTC beds are built

For immediate release: October 25, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK—MPP Bobbi Ann Brady today stood in the Ontario Legislature to ask Long-Term Care Minister Stan Cho when construction will start for the previously-promised 348 new long-term care beds announced and 324 upgrades at six facilities in Haldimand-Norfolk. “Nearly two years ago, there was cause for optimism for

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