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Ontario government announces new bus service from Burlington to Pearson International Airport
December 13, 2019
Expanding Route 40 service to include Burlington means a new, lower-cost option for people to get where they need to be, whether they need to catch a flight at Pearson, or get to major transit hubs in Mississauga, Vaughan or Richmond Hill.
What’s new on the QEW?
October 10, 2019
Whether you drive on city streets, the QEW or Highway 403, road construction presents many challenges for drivers. So what new solutions are incoming?
Burlington Food Bank's Ride to Provide a Great Success!
October 03, 2019
The Ride to Provide was successful in reaching their target of $75 000 raised to go towards serving Burlington families.
Making mental health in schools a priority
September 09, 2019
Starting this school year, changes to the elementary health and physical education curriculum require all Ontario school boards to integrate mental health concepts and resources into their teaching for grades 1 to 8.
Does Ontario need the LPAT? Burlington MPP Jane McKenna says Yes
July 30, 2019
Every community in Ontario is unique. But no matter where you go, one thing is the same — people are looking for housing that meets their needs and their budget.
You’ve heard the stories — now here's the facts about the Ontario government in Burlington
July 08, 2019
The Ontario government’s first year has been a success for the people of Burlington. The focus is and will continue to be on respecting the taxpayer and on protecting what matters most — our world-class health-care and education systems.
Setting the record straight on Bill 108
June 27, 2019
The provincial government firmly believes that growth should pay for growth. In passing Bill 108, we are moving towards a system where developers, not taxpayers, fund growth.
Ontario PCs a great friend to the environment
June 05, 2019
Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party has a strong environmental record. Ontario has led the way under PC governments for 52 of the last 75 years.
May 18, 2019
It was predictable that once the Progressive Conservatives started to address 15 years of reckless spending by the previous Liberal government, it would be attacked by those who want things to stay the way they are.
Review aims to ensure efficiency in Halton governance
MPP responds to Burlington mayor's budget criticism
Health care transformation coming
Five Tory MPPs interested in becoming speaker of the House
June 14, 2018
In the knock ’em down, drag ’em out world of politics, Jane McKenna is proving to be one tough cookie.
June 07, 2018
After a brief Liberal taste, Burlington returned to its blue roots by electing PC candidate Jane McKenna back to the MPP seat she once held, last June 7 during the 2018 Ontario election.
June 07, 2018
The empire struck back in Burlington, a riding that had for decades been perhaps the most stalwart Progressive Conservative provincial seat in Ontario until the Liberals won it four years ago.
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