MPP Steve Clark – The North Grenville Times http://www.ngtimes.ca The Voice of North Grenville Sun, 22 Apr 2018 15:09:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.5 Steve Clark reports to the Legislature on the Rural Summit http://www.ngtimes.ca/steve-clark-reports-to-the-legislature-on-the-rural-summit/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/steve-clark-reports-to-the-legislature-on-the-rural-summit/#respond Wed, 18 Apr 2018 18:44:43 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12074 Last Wednesday, MPP Steve Clark reported to the Ontario Legislature on the success of the North Grenville Rural Summit. His remarks were as follows: “On Saturday, I attended the North Grenville Rural Summit, which put the spotlight on eastern Ontario entrepreneurs and innovators. It was great to spend time with people creating jobs and bringing […]

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Last Wednesday, MPP Steve Clark reported to the Ontario Legislature on the success of the North Grenville Rural Summit. His remarks were as follows:

“On Saturday, I attended the North Grenville Rural Summit, which put the spotlight on eastern Ontario entrepreneurs and innovators. It was great to spend time with people creating jobs and bringing investment to our rural communities.

I wish every Ontarian living in an urban centre could have been in Kemptville with me on Saturday. What an incredible opportunity for them to understand that rural Ontario is more than just the blur they see from the car window as they travel from one city to the next.

They could see how agribusinesses are succeeding, despite challenges, like increasing red tape, local infrastructure needs, high energy prices and access to skilled workers. Their perseverance and determination are incredible, and I’m thankful they had the opportunity to share their stories so we could learn more on how we can better support them.

The summit was the dream of North Grenville councillor Jim Bertram, a true champion of rural Ontario. Jim recognized that our rural communities and the businesses sustaining them are too often taken for granted, and he wanted to do something positive to change that. Unfortunately, Jim is battling an illness and couldn’t be there on Saturday. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family, and we wish him a speedy recovery.

We all know farmers feed cities. But with the right support from a government that appreciates them, our farmers and rural entrepreneurs can help make Ontario grow.
I want to thank Jim for his vision. I hope that the summit becomes an annual event in North Grenville.”

On his Facebook page, Steve repeated his appreciation of the organising committee that had put on the event: “I commend everyone who worked so hard to organize the event, but in particular I want to say thanks to Municipality of North Grenville Councillor Jim Bertram. As I said in my Member’s Statement, Jim is a tremendous champion for rural Ontario and the summit was part of his vision to showcase how critical the agri-business sector is to our economy, both here in Leeds-Grenville and across the province.”

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Court house video closer http://www.ngtimes.ca/court-house-video-closer/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/court-house-video-closer/#respond Wed, 04 Apr 2018 18:22:10 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=11764 Four months after he first raised the issue in Question Period, Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark welcomed a signal the province is ready to press fast forward on installing video technology at the Brockville Court House. “I’m pleased the government finally recognizes the ability to hold remand hearings by video is important for the safety and […]

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Four months after he first raised the issue in Question Period, Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark welcomed a signal the province is ready to press fast forward on installing video technology at the Brockville Court House.

“I’m pleased the government finally recognizes the ability to hold remand hearings by video is important for the safety and security of our police officers and everyone working at the court house,” said Steve, who praised Brockville Police Chief Scott Fraser for being a strong voice in pushing the government to act.

Steve said that he was encouraged by a March 26 letter to Chief Fraser, in which Attorney General, Yasir Naqvi, wrote: “I have asked ministry officials to ensure the completion of a review of the technological and structural requirements for the purchase and installation of a video suite at the Brockville courthouse, which is separate and apart from our current provincial review project.”

Brockville remains one of the only courthouses in Eastern Ontario without video technology, and MPP Clark said he’s pleased the ministry has separated the local review from an ongoing province-wide study.

“It’s good news our situation now has their full attention. However, the review must happen quickly so we can get the video remand system up and running without further delay,” he stressed. “The injuries suffered by an officer during a prisoner transfer earlier this month showed the health and safety concerns I have been raising with the Attorney General on behalf of Chief Fraser are real.”

Steve first pressed Minister Naqvi to install the cameras last November, so prisoners could make brief appearances for remand hearings by video. This would eliminate the need for officers to transfer prisoners around the outside of the building to a holding cell, until they can be called into the courtroom.

The MPP raised the issue in the legislature again last month, taking the government to task for ignoring Brockville’s needs while announcing $7 million for upgrades to existing video technology at a court house in the Attorney General’s riding.

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Oxford-on-Rideau Tech at Queens Park http://www.ngtimes.ca/oxford-rideau-tech-queens-park/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/oxford-rideau-tech-queens-park/#respond Wed, 13 Dec 2017 19:57:43 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=10191 Last week, the little school of Oxford-on-Rideau made it to provincial parliament at Queens Park. MPP of Leeds and Grenville, Steve Clark, made a statement to the Legislature, talking about the Oxford-on-Rideau Tech Club which celebrated its grand opening at the end of November. On his Facebook page, Steve explained why he spoke to the […]

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Last week, the little school of Oxford-on-Rideau made it to provincial parliament at Queens Park. MPP of Leeds and Grenville, Steve Clark, made a statement to the Legislature, talking about the Oxford-on-Rideau Tech Club which celebrated its grand opening at the end of November.

On his Facebook page, Steve explained why he spoke to the Legislature about the program. “I was so impressed by what I saw at the official opening of the amazing Oxford on Rideau Tech program last week at Oxford-on-Rideau Public School UCDSB that I had to tell the entire province about it.

The school community has been through a very difficult year. But they’ve accomplished something very special with this leading-edge coding, robotics and computer science program.

Students are so excited to learn skills that they’ll need to succeed in today’s world. As I said in the Legislature, this is also a lesson that any school – regardless of size or location – can offer these leading-edge programs. Thanks to everyone involved, especially Brent and Katie Lekx-Toniolo.”

Steve paid tribute to the Lekx-Toliolo family and spoke about the Open House he attended at the school: “It was an incredible night to celebrate how a dedicated group of parents brought a leading-edge coding, computer science and robotics program to this small rural school,” Steve told the house. “To see the young students so enthused about what they were doing was truly inspiring.”

A video of Steve’s speech to the Ontario Legislature can be found on his Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pg/steveclarkmpp/posts.

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Time for Minister to take a stand on Ed-19 http://www.ngtimes.ca/time-minister-take-stand-ed-19/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/time-minister-take-stand-ed-19/#respond Wed, 08 Nov 2017 19:50:04 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=9526 Recently, in Question Period, Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark called on the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to get off the sidelines and confirm no landfill will open at the ED-19 site using environmental approvals granted two decades ago. “The minister’s predecessor committed in writing that a ‘change in circumstances or new information that wasn’t […]

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Recently, in Question Period, Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark called on the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to get off the sidelines and confirm no landfill will open at the ED-19 site using environmental approvals granted two decades ago.

“The minister’s predecessor committed in writing that a ‘change in circumstances or new information that wasn’t presented at the time of approval’ would allow for reconsideration,” he said in his question. “The minister now has both, so will he commit to revoking those stale-dated approvals or to sending this matter to the Environmental Review Tribunal?”

Steve Clark expressed disappointment that Minister Chris Ballard refused to make that commitment, despite the compelling reasons that have been presented to him. These include:

changes to site conditions documented in three expert reports filed with the ministry by the Canadian Environmental Law Association; the Township of Edwardsburgh/Cardinal has declared itself an unwilling host; the minister has been contacted by the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, who weren’t consulted during the environmental review 20 years ago, reminding him of the Constitutional duty to do so. And the approvals were granted on the basis of a municipally operated landfill for waste from Leeds and Grenville Counties, not a private facility that could accept garbage from across Ontario.

“Allowing a private operator to use 20-year-old environmental approvals to open a mega-dump is unprecedented and it would be against the wishes of the public and the elected council of Edwardsburgh/Cardinal,” Steve stressed. “The minister has the authority to scrap those historic approvals and order a new environmental assessment. It’s now time for him to tell me and my constituents if he will take that necessary action.”

His question comes as the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville is exploring the sale of the ED-19 site. The MPP has written to United Counties Council requesting any sale include a condition that no waste from outside Leeds-Grenville could be accepted.

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Gov’t funding shortfall has Victims Services facing crisis http://www.ngtimes.ca/govt-funding-shortfall-victims-services-facing-crisis/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/govt-funding-shortfall-victims-services-facing-crisis/#respond Wed, 04 Oct 2017 19:34:39 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=8706 They help people experiencing the worst times in their lives; but now, thanks to a lack of government funding, staff at Victims Services of Leeds and Grenville find themselves facing a crisis. The situation had Leeds-Grenville MPP, Steve Clark, using a Member’s Statement at Queen’s Park last week to call for urgent action from Ontario’s […]

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They help people experiencing the worst times in their lives; but now, thanks to a lack of government funding, staff at Victims Services of Leeds and Grenville find themselves facing a crisis. The situation had Leeds-Grenville MPP, Steve Clark, using a Member’s Statement at Queen’s Park last week to call for urgent action from Ontario’s Attorney General.

“Speaker, the role of Victims Services isn’t limited to the few hours after an incident. They’re mandated to provide ongoing support,” he said. “This includes developing safety plans for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking.”

However, under the province’s funding formula, the agency is only funded for initial contact with victims, while the outdated formula is based on 849 new victims annually.

MPP Clark said that statistics show how dramatically shortchanged Victims Services is, as staff assisted 1,175 new victims last year and are on pace to reach 2,000 in 2017/18.
“You can imagine how this is affecting staff. The stress of doing the impossible day after day has them overwhelmed,” he said, adding, “I fear they’re at the breaking point.”
The situation shouldn’t be a surprise to the Attorney General, as it was raised by the Victim Services of Leeds and Grenville board chair in a November, 2016 letter.

Warning about the impact chronic under-funding was having on the agency, the letter states: “We have been creative and resourceful and are well supported by our communities, however there is a tremendous concern shared by our board in regards to the impact this is having on our staff’s mental health and our ability to continue service delivery in a rural environment.”

Instead of acting on the serious issues raised, Steve said the government shamefully waited eight months to respond and deferred any review of funding for another year.

“The Attorney General asks Victims Services to help some of the most vulnerable people in our community, and the agency’s staff does remarkable work in extremely difficult situations,” he stressed. “I find it absolutely unacceptable for this government to put them under even more pressure by refusing to provide the funding necessary for them to do their jobs.”

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Steve Clark continues campaign over CR43 http://www.ngtimes.ca/steve-clark-continues-campaign-cr43/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/steve-clark-continues-campaign-cr43/#respond Wed, 27 Sep 2017 19:40:28 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=8568 Leeds-Grenville MPP, Steve Clark, is calling on the Wynne government to explain why it is sitting on nearly $3.3 billion in infrastructure funding, while shovel-ready projects like the expansion of County Road 43 in North Grenville remain stalled. “It’s shocking and completely unacceptable that our $30-million project is ready to roll, but we can’t get […]

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Leeds-Grenville MPP, Steve Clark, is calling on the Wynne government to explain why it is sitting on nearly $3.3 billion in infrastructure funding, while shovel-ready projects like the expansion of County Road 43 in North Grenville remain stalled.

“It’s shocking and completely unacceptable that our $30-million project is ready to roll, but we can’t get started because this government can’t figure out how to get $3.3 billion in funding earmarked for infrastructure out the door,” said Steve.

“Our infrastructure is crumbling, holding back economic growth and putting public safety at risk. Yet, one in every five dollars committed to fix our roads, bridges, water and wastewater systems, and hospitals is in limbo.”

He made the comments after public accounts documents released this month revealed that the Wynne government failed to spend nearly $3.3 billion in infrastructure funding during the 2016-17 fiscal year. Steve’s Ontario PC colleague, MPP Sylvia Jones (Dufferin-Caledon), raised the issue during Question Period this week.

Ontario has a massive infrastructure deficit, and the government has a responsibility to ensure that projects which meet the eligibility criteria, and are shovel-ready, receive funding without unnecessary delays, he stressed.

“The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville and the Municipality of North Grenville have completed the environmental assessment and design work for the County Road 43 expansion,” he said. “If the Wynne government is serious about rebuilding Ontario’s infrastructure, they must take immediate action to live up to their funding commitments by giving the green light to these essential projects.”

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Steve Clark tables petitions in support of CR 43 expansion http://www.ngtimes.ca/steve-clark-tables-petitions-support-cr-43-expansion/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/steve-clark-tables-petitions-support-cr-43-expansion/#respond Wed, 20 Sep 2017 19:54:15 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=8391 Petitions with more than 300 signatures in support of expanding County Road 43 in Kemptville are now in the hands of the provincial government. Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark tabled the petitions at Queen’s Park today to press the Wynne government to provide infrastructure funding necessary to expand the busy two-lane roadway to four lanes. “I […]

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Petitions with more than 300 signatures in support of expanding County Road 43 in Kemptville are now in the hands of the provincial government.

Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark tabled the petitions at Queen’s Park today to press the Wynne government to provide infrastructure funding necessary to expand the busy two-lane roadway to four lanes.

“I was proud to stand today on behalf of area residents, the Municipality of North Grenville, and the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville to demand our fair share of infrastructure funding in Eastern Ontario,” said Steve. “The province must stop stalling and give the green light to this critical project to enhance public safety and support economic growth.”

The government now has 24 sitting days to respond in writing to the petition, which was launched earlier in the summer in response to frustration and concern expressed by the public and local elected officials over the province’s failure to support the shovel-ready, $30-million project.

“The need to get this work done, and relieve congestion on this vital connecting link to Highway 416, is obvious to anyone who has travelled the busy roadway,” he said. “For five years, the United Counties has listed the 43 expansion as their No. 1 infrastructure priority, yet Premier Wynne made no commitment to fund the project when she was in Kemptville a few weeks ago.”

While the Premier and her government focus on funding for road projects and other infrastructure in the GTA, Steve Clark said he’s frustrated that needs in rural Ontario are overlooked.

“Our future economic development opportunities depend on us safely moving people and products on our roadways. Local municipalities have done their part by identifying this as a key project and committing their share of the cost. It’s time for the province to step forward as a partner so we can get on with the work.”

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Canada 150 Medal program announced http://www.ngtimes.ca/canada-150-medal-program-announced/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/canada-150-medal-program-announced/#respond Wed, 28 Jun 2017 19:15:14 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=6741 MP Gord Brown and MPP Steve Clark are looking for 150 of Leeds-Grenville’s finest volunteers and community builders to present them with a Canada 150 Anniversary Medal. “The medals will be awarded to outstanding individuals throughout the riding,” explains Gord Brown. “We’re fortunate to have a proud tradition of community service in Leeds-Grenville,” adds Steve […]

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MP Gord Brown and MPP Steve Clark are looking for 150 of Leeds-Grenville’s finest volunteers and community builders to present them with a Canada 150 Anniversary Medal.

“The medals will be awarded to outstanding individuals throughout the riding,” explains Gord Brown. “We’re fortunate to have a proud tradition of community service in Leeds-Grenville,” adds Steve Clark. “There’s no better way to celebrate Canada’s 150th than by recognizing those whose contributions have made this the best place in our country to live.”

Members of Parliament thought that the current government was going to continue the 150th medals program announced by the previous government to help celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the founding of Canada. “That didn’t happen,” explains Gord. “For whatever reason the current government did not think this was a worthy project.”

So he and Steve initiated their own program, developed their own medals, and are now seeking nominations. “Other Members of Parliament across Canada are also organizing similar programs,” notes Gord. “MPP Clark and I thought it would be ideal to work together and have a joint presentation.”

Nominations are open to any resident of the riding. Nomination forms are available at both Gord Brown’s and Steve Clark’s offices and they are also available to download on their respective websites: www.gordbrownmp.ca, and www.steveclarkmpp.com. When they are completed, they can be returned to either office.

Nominations will remain open until August 31, 2017. At that time a panel of four judges from throughout the riding will review them and the medals will be presented at a special ceremony October 11, 2017.

The medals feature the Canadian Flag on one side and the full colour Canada 150 Symbol on the other. There is a gold background behind each, and the outer rim is silver. The lettering is white on a blue background. The medals come in a presentation box.

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MPP seeks input on minimum wage hike http://www.ngtimes.ca/mpp-seeks-input-on-minimum-wage-hike/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/mpp-seeks-input-on-minimum-wage-hike/#respond Wed, 21 Jun 2017 19:32:17 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=6600 Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark is encouraging area businesses with concerns about proposed changes to Ontario’s labour laws, including increasing Ontario’s minimum hourly wage to $15, to present at upcoming committee hearings. The Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs will hold two weeks of public hearings next month on Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better […]

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Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark is encouraging area businesses with concerns about proposed changes to Ontario’s labour laws, including increasing Ontario’s minimum hourly wage to $15, to present at upcoming committee hearings. The Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs will hold two weeks of public hearings next month on Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017.

“I’ve heard from businesses of all sizes, in every corner of the riding, who are concerned about how this legislation will impact their operations,” said Steve. “It’s important that they appear before the committee and speak directly to MPPs at this point in the legislative process, before Bill 148 is debated in the Legislature for the first time this fall.”

Week one of the committee hearings will take place in Thunder Bay, North Bay, Ottawa, Kingston and Windsor-Essex during the week of July 10-14. Week two has hearings scheduled in London, Kitchener-Waterloo, Niagara, Hamilton and Toronto between July 17 and 21.

Details of the time and location of the hearings are yet to be announced, but Steve stressed that it’s important to register to appear as a presenter now. Presenters can arrange to appear via teleconference.

The deadline to request a presentation during the first week, which includes hearings in Ottawa and Kingston, is 10 a.m. on Tuesday, July 4, and the deadline for week two is 10 a.m. on Monday, July 10.

To register, contact Eric Rennie, clerk of the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs by telephone at: 416-325-3506, fax: 416-325-3505, TTY: 416-325-3538 or email: erennie@ola.org.

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County Council asks Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) for clarification of question they already know answer to http://www.ngtimes.ca/county-council-asks-ministry-of-environment-and-climate-change-moecc-for-clarification-of-question-they-already-know-answer-to/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/county-council-asks-ministry-of-environment-and-climate-change-moecc-for-clarification-of-question-they-already-know-answer-to/#respond Wed, 17 May 2017 19:50:24 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=5744 At the Leeds and Grenville Counties Council Meeting of the Whole last week, CAO Andy Brown presented letters between he and MOECC staff, in which he received a re-assertion from MOECC staff that the Environmental Assessment Act (EA) approval and MOECC Certificate of Approval (C of A) related to ED-19 are still valid. CAO Brown […]

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At the Leeds and Grenville Counties Council Meeting of the Whole last week, CAO Andy Brown presented letters between he and MOECC staff, in which he received a re-assertion from MOECC staff that the Environmental Assessment Act (EA) approval and MOECC Certificate of Approval (C of A) related to ED-19 are still valid.

CAO Brown received the MOECC staff letter on March 30, 2017 and waited until the meeting to inform the public about it. Despite attempting to communicate with County Council in good faith, CAD was only advised of the letter at the meeting, with no prior notification from the Counties.

Appearing before County Council on March 23, 2017 as representative of CAD, I urged Council to ask the Minister (not MOECC staff) for his views of the validity of the EA. EA Act approvals are political approvals issued by Cabinet (not MOECC staff). And we knew that Mr. Brown, in private meetings with MOECC staff, had already asked the same questions and received the same answers. Despite our explicit request (which included the question the Counties should be asking Minister of the Environment, Glenn Murray), Counties Council went ahead and asked the wrong person, the wrong questions – ones they already knew the answers to.

Since County Council refused to ask the right person, the right question, MPP Clark had to do so, on behalf of all the residents and businesses in Leeds and Grenville who are aghast at the notion that the Counties think it is a good idea to sell this unopened site to a non-resident company to import waste from all over the Province.

MPP Clark recently tabled two Order Paper questions in the Ontario Legislature asking Minister Murray for his legal staff’s view on whether the EA approval remained valid and importantly, under what conditions he would revisit and potentially revoke the 20 year old EA approval for the Eastern Ontario dump, located in Spencerville. MPP Clarke should receive an answer from the Minister in short order. In addition, working with our lawyers, the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA), we have also filed – at the end of last week – a request with Minister Murray (05/05/2017) to review/revoke the EA approval for the dump, under section 11.4 of Environmental Assessment Act.

During the ensuing discussions (link to video below), Mayors Baptista, Malanka and Holman called for the formation of a Task Force which would weigh the need for County garbage only (the original intent of the site) against a proposed sale to Tomlinson Waste, a private sector company based in Ottawa. Mayor Haley, on the other hand, incomprehensibly urged his fellow Councillors to “go ahead with negotiations” to a private entity, before a Task Force could be formed or consultations undertaken. Several Mayors mentioned Tomlinson by name, despite County Council continuing to argue that no negotiations with that company are underway.

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