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Hardeman supports local businesses in Woodstock

WOODSTOCK —Today Ernie Hardeman, MPP Oxford, along with Woodstock Mayor Trevor Birtch and Woodstock BIA Manager Kelly Morrison, visited local businesses to promote the importance of shopping local and supporting our local economy. “Around the holiday season, it is especially important to remember our local businesses and the great products and services that are available […]

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GIVE YOUR COMMUNITY A GIFT, SHOP LOCAL: HARDEMAN

QUEEN’S PARK—Today in the legislature Ernie Hardeman, MPP Oxford, encouraged shopping and buying local for the holidays. During his statement, he spoke about the importance of shopping local and praised Oxford business owners and associations for their work to provide exceptional goods and services close to home and for their dedication to the community. “While […]

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Hardeman supports local businesses in Ingersoll

INGERSOLL —Today Ernie Hardeman, MPP Oxford, along with Ingersoll Chamber of Commerce Vice-Chair Tammy Jeffery, visited local businesses to promote the importance of shopping local and supporting our local economy. “Local businesses are a large part of what makes our communities such great places to live,” Hardeman said. “They support local causes and provide us […]

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MPP Ernie Hardeman teams up with Insurance Bureau of Canada to put Carbon Monoxide Alarms in Woodstock homes

Today, Ernie Hardeman, MPP for Oxford, partnered with Insurance Bureau of Canada to donate carbon monoxide alarms for the homes of Woodstock residents and to raise awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning. “Carbon monoxide is often referred to as the silent killer, as you cannot see it, smell it, or taste it,” said […]

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Government Refuses to stop landfills being forced on unwilling Hosts

QUEEN’S PARK – Yesterday afternoon Liberal members of the Legislative Committee on Social policy used their majority to vote down an amendment introduced by MPP Ernie Hardeman to prevent a landfill from being forced on an “unwilling host” municipality. “I am disappointed that the government refused to give communities like ours a say in whether […]

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Minister refuses to provide air quality information

QUEEN’S PARK – Today the Minister of Environment and Climate Change refused to provide information on air quality monitoring for the Beachville area despite a question in the Legislature from Ernie Hardeman, MPP Oxford, and repeated requests over several months. “The people in my riding are tired of waiting to find out whether their air […]

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Wynne Government Rushing Consultations on Labour Law Changes

QUEEN’S PARK – This morning the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs set three days of hearings into Bill 148, the labour law amendment bill. The three days of hearings are taking place next week and the first deadline to apply is today at 5 p.m., meaning that there was less than a day’s notice […]

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HARDEMAN INTRODUCES MOTION TO STOP LANDFILLS BEING FORCED ON MUNICIPALITIES

QUEEN’S PARK- Today Ernie Hardeman, MPP Oxford, will be introducing an amendment to the Planning Act which would prevent landfills from being forced on unwilling host municipalities. “This amendment would ensure that communities like ours have a say in where landfills are placed,” said Hardeman. “Municipalities know the community and the local environment. I believe that they […]

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LIBERALS CANCEL PUBLIC HEARINGS: 55 APPLICANTS SILENCED

QUEEN’S PARK- Today Liberal members used their majority on committee to cancel two days of scheduled public hearings on Bill 139, which reforms the OMB and Conservation Authorities Act, effectively silencing the 55 people and organizations who had applied to speak at the hearings. “Today the Liberal government hit a new low- cancelling hearings that […]

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Hardeman supports local businesses in Tillsonburg

TILLSONBURG —Today Ernie Hardeman, MPP Oxford, joined by Mayor Stephen Molnar and Virginia Armstrong,  Tillsonburg BIA, visited local Tillsonburg stores to promote the importance of shopping local and supporting our local businesses. “Oxford has been hard hit by recent layoff announcements in addition to the current strike at CAMI, which is an important reminder to […]

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