Mar 19 2014 – MPP Tables Motion to Preserve On-Site Care for Seniors

Queen’s Park: Newmarket-Aurora MPP Frank Klees tabled a Motion in the Ontario Legislature that calls on the Ontario Government to preserve on-site 24/7 personal support services for seniors and people with disabilities who reside in York Region’s assisted living
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Mar 18 2014 – Health Minister and Vaughan MPP Mislead Seniors

Vaughan MPP Stephen Del Duca and Health Minister Deb Matthews joined forces today to intentionally mislead seniors and people with disabilities, according to Newmarket-Aurora MPP Frank Klees. The misleading statements were made during Question Period in an apparent response to
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Mar 13 2014 – A Personal Support Worker’s Appeal for Seniors

On Monday, March 3rd, I took the issue of cuts to personal support services for seniors and people with disabilities to the floor of the legislature. That exchange between me and the Minister of Health can be viewed on my website. Two days later, I received the following email
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Mar 9 2014 Petition:That the Ontario Government reverse its decision that is leading to the closure of the Alternative Community Living Programs

Download a copy of the petition Click Here To: The Legislative Assembly of Ontario WHEREAS, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) has changed its policy on how seniors living in supportive housing are served; and WHEREAS, due to this new policy of the Ontario
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Mar 3, 2014 – Cutting Services for Seniors Added to Health Minister’s Failures

Queen’s Park: Newmarket-Aurora MPP Frank Klees called on the Minister of Health to rescind its decision to drastically cut personal support services for seniors.  ”When the Minister announced the government’s Assisted Living for High Risk Seniors policy, she did
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Feb 27 2014 – Klees: 20 Years on a Wait List is Immoral!

Queen’s Park: Newmarket-Aurora MPP Frank Klees took his advocacy for Newmarket resident Shay Nakhdjavan to the floor of the legislature today, hoping to secure the much-needed residential care that medical specialists have been recommending for years.   Klees told the
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Feb 26 2014 – Stop Rationing Care for Seniors

“Stop rationing care for seniors”…… That was the headline of the first media release I issued when the legislature resumed sitting this past week. Why? The emails, letters and phone calls were mounting. They were coming from seniors,  their families and
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Feb 20 2014 – Stop Rationing Care for Seniors !

Queen’s Park:  Newmarket-Aurora MPP Frank Klees accused the Minister of Health of rationing home care support services for seniors. The charge was made during debate on the floor of the legislature when Klees took advantage of the Minister’s presence in the chamber
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Feb 3 2014 – Congratulations to Aurora Olympian, Derek Livingston

Congratulations ! Derek, I was thrilled to see that you qualified for the Canadian Olympic Snowboarding Team. As your Member of Provincial Parliament, I want to congratulate you on this outstanding accomplishment and wish you success in your competitions. This is truly an honour
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Jan 21 2014 – Statement by Newmarket-Aurora MPP Frank Klees

Earlier today, I met with the Leader of our Party, Tim Hudak to advise him that I would not be seeking re-election in the next provincial election. I confirmed that I would continue to serve as MPP for Newmarket-Aurora until the next general election is called, and that I would
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Jan 17 2014 – Ontario Taxpayers Subsidize Washington D. C. Transit Fare card

(Queen’s Park ) Today Frank Klees, MPP for Newmarket-Aurora delivered the attached letter to the Honourable Glen Murray, Minister of Transportation. Letter to Glen Murray Article: DC Metro Buys $184 Million Smart Payment System; Similar System Draws Fire in Canada.. More
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Jan 16 2014 – Open Government: Yes Minister, We Fooled Them Again

“Our Open Government initiative will help create the transparent, accessible government the people of Ontario deserve. This is part of our vision for One Ontario, where every voice counts.” – Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario.  As I read the Premier’s
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