GUELPH — MPP for Guelph Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to news that the Ford government will pass legislation to block future provincial governments from implementing a price on pollution.

“Let’s call this what it is – a new round of performative political games from a government desperate to distract …

GUELPH — Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to the signing of a healthcare agreement between the governments of Ontario and Canada.

“This long overdue deal will not be the silver-bullet solution to solving Ontario’s healthcare crisis if the government continues to disrespect healthcare workers and privatize public services.

Federal funding alone …

GUELPH — MPP for Guelph Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to new data from the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions showing widespread burnout among public-sector hospital workers due to staffing shortages and unmanageable workloads.

“The horror stories we’re hearing from our public-sector hospital workers are deeply troubling, and they should …

GUELPH — MPP Mike Schreiner, released the following statement in response to a new report from CUPE’s Ontario Council of Hospital Unions on the staffing and capacity crisis in Ontario’s hospitals.

“All across Ontario, hospitals are frantically sounding the alarm – but the Premier just doesn’t care.

The numbers in this report are staggering …

LONDON — MPP for Guelph Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to warnings that emergency rooms in rural northeastern Ontario are at high risk of closure this fall.

“The warnings we’re hearing about looming ER closures in Northern Ontario are deeply troubling – and they’re yet another stark sign of a …

QUEEN’S PARK — MPP for Guelph Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to the publication of the Financial Accountability Office’s Q4 Expenditure Monitor 2022-23.

“Ontarians are caught in the crosshairs of so many interconnected crises: healthcare, housing, climate, mental health – the list goes on and on.

It’s unconscionable that in the …

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