Archive for November, 2015


FEDELI PRESSES FOR LOCAL HOSPITAL SUPPORT

QUEEN’S PARK – Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli today asked the Wynne government to address the serious funding crisis at North […]

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A budget plan from fantasyland (Waterloo Record Editorial)

So overly optimistic were Finance Minister Charles Sousa’s predictions this week in his Fall Economic Statement, they belonged at Canada’s Wonderland, not Queen’s Park. They’re products of some fantasy world, a kingdom of plastic mountains and mechanical unicorns where every wish, however ridiculous, comes true for a while. The trouble is, when you leave, you’re back in the real world.






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Gov’t applying Hydro One sale to deficit, critics say

TORONTO – The Ontario government is pulling a fiscal fast one by redirecting Hydro One proceeds to its own bottom line rather than buying new transit and roads, critics say.






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FALL ECONOMIC UPDATE NEEDS REALITY CHECK

QUEEN’S PARK – Today’s Fall Economic Statement is further proof there is absolutely no reason Ontarians should trust this government’s […]

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Student response to university settlement

The Nipissing University Student Union is happy with the tentative deal. Meanwhile, Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli, in a news release […]

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MPP FEDELI STATEMENT ON NIPISSING UNIVERSITY TENATIVE DEAL

QUEEN’S PARK — The following is a statement from Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli regarding the tentative agreement reached at Nipissing […]

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FEDELI PRESSES PREMIER FOR ACTION

QUEEN’S PARK – Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli today confronted Premier Kathleen Wynne during Question Period and again asked her to […]

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Labour unrest rally cries heard throughout North Bay

There were loud shouts on Main Street in front of MPP Vic Fedeli’s office Friday morning at the Solidarity Rally, broadcast to be heard at Queen’s Park in Toronto.

“Fair people, fair say!” and “We want contracts!” and “Save North Bay!” echoed down the block






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Rally calls for government action

About 200 workers chanted and waved placards and flags outside Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli’s constituency office early Friday calling for an end to labour unrest and hospital cuts in North Bay.

Striking Nipissing University professors, locked-out Ontario Northland Transportation Commission workers and beleaguered North Bay Regional Health Centre staff joined with members of the North Bay and District Labour Council in demanding that the provincial government take action to quell the employment upheaval and to put an end the hospital cutbacks.

“We want a North Bay that’s vibrant,” said Labour Council President Henri Giroux, calling on Premier Kathleen Wynne to intervene in the ongoing labour disputes at the university and ONTC and to reverse bed closures and job cuts at the local hospital. “It’s all a community fight.”

Fedeli told the crowd of workers, which spilled out onto Main Street in front his office, that he’s fighting for them everyday at Queen’s Park.






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CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS DONATED

NORTH BAY – Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli joined representatives of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) at Fire Station 1 […]

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