Category: Media Releases

Brady to students: Sign up for Ontario’s Learn and Stay Grant

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 24, 2023 SIMCOE— Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady wants area students to know they can apply for the newly-expanded Learn and Stay Grant. The grant provides full, upfront funding for tuition, books and other costs for students who enrol in an eligible nursing, paramedic or medical laboratory technologist program and agree

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Brady votes in support of government budget despite reservations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 18, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK—With reservations, Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady today voted in favour of the Ontario government’s Bill 85, The Building a Strong Ontario Act.  The Bill puts into action the 2023 Ontario Budget.  “As a fiscal conservative, I’m leery that this is the most expensive budget bill in Ontario

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Brady urges help for families and smarter Budget spending 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 16, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK —Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady stood in the Ontario Legislature to discuss the Ontario Budget.  She conveyed her riding’s lukewarm feedback and urged smarter spending for the Ontario Budget. “…I hear from my constituents, the past three years have been difficult for the people of Ontario including

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Brady celebrates locals retracing steps of Canadian liberators  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 16, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK—Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady today stood in the Ontario Legislature to celebrate the Black Watch RHR Pipe and Drum Band who recently retraced the steps of the brave Canadians who liberated The Netherlands.   “For two weeks Murray McKnight, Kevin McNeely, Chris Faulkner joined thirty-seven others leading a

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This Mother’s Day go fishing!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 11, 2023 SIMCOE – To kick off the spring fishing season, families and fishing enthusiasts across Ontario can celebrate Mother’s Day with free fishing this weekend. “This is a great opportunity to get outside and enjoy the natural resources our area has to offer,” said Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady. “With

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Brady reads in local petition against MZO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 11, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK – Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady read in petitions yesterday in the Ontario Legislature with the names of more than 100 people opposed to the province granting a Minister’s Zoning Order (MZO) in connection with the Empire Homes proposed city of 40,000 people at Nanticoke. As part

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Brady again questions MTO over Argyle St. Bridge

For immediate release: May 10, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK—Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady asked Minister of Transportation Caroline Mulroney what is still holding up reconstruction of the Argyle Street Bridge. Brady first asked the question last August 31st. “I rise for the third time since last August to ask about the reconstruction of the Caledonia Argyle

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Brady lauds Hagersville Lions and National Volunteer Week

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 24, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK – Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady today rose in the Ontario Legislature to cheer on volunteerism and National Volunteer Week.  Specifically, she lauded the work of the Hagersville Lions, who recently spearheaded the Chase the Ace raffle. “Volunteers are the most important resource this province has —

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Brady asks pointed questions regarding contraband tobacco

For immediate release: April 4, 2023 Queen’s Park:   Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady today asked some tough questions about contraband tobacco. Brady rose in the House and, in lieu of Finance Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy, directed her questions to Stephen Crawford, Parliamentary Assistant (P.A) to the Minister of Finance. “Speaker, Quebec’s model of dealing with contraband

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Brady speaks in favour of flooding education bill

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 31, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK – Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Bobbi Ann Brady spoke in favour of Bill 56, Fewer Floods, Safer Ontario Act, 2022 in the Ontario Legislature during Second Reading debate. The bill is about flooding education, awareness and prevention. With flooding being the number one cause of public emergency in Ontario,

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