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Schreiner responds to reports on lead in drinking water

November 5, 2019

“Government has a sacred responsibility to manage water in the public trust to ensure that everyone has access to clean drinking water.  This report clearly shows that we are not doing enough to protect drinking water. And even worse, we’re exposing children to the greatest risk of irreversible harm.  This government’s hands-off approach to water […]


2019 Post-AGM Survey

2019 Post-Convention Survey Online ExperienceHow did you find the registration process for the event?ExcellentGoodAverageFairPoorHow was the quality of information you received about the Convention through electronic communications?ExcellentGoodAverageFairPoorHow would you rate the quality and helpfulness of the information available online?ExcellentGoodAverageFairPoorPlease provide any registration or website specific feedback:VenueHow would you rate the Centennial College Event Centre as [...]


An anti-climate Premier cannot be a national unifier

“It is hypocritical for the Premier to say he wants to build national unity while at the same time he sues the federal government over pollution pricing.  This is political opportunism rather than a genuine attempt to bring the country together.  Mr. Ford has put himself squarely in the camp of conservative Premiers who want […]


To get teacher negotiations back on track, Ford must scrap Bill 124

November 4, 2019

“The Ford government must take responsibility for driving us closer to a labour disruption. Instead of negotiating in good faith, they are forcing through Bill 124, which freezes public sector wage increases, denying teachers their constitutional rights to collective bargaining.  Bill 124 is a preemptive strike that has poisoned negotiations, and I am calling on […]


“She is a personal friend, mentor and hero,” Schreiner responds to Elizabeth May’s decision to step down

“Elizabeth has been a personal friend, mentor and hero to me.  From the bottom of my heart, I thank her for putting the Green movement on the map in Canada and leading the party through historic growth and results.  As the first elected Green in Canada, she ignited a movement that now counts 18 Greens […]


“Ontarians are problem solvers, not problem deniers,” Schreiner delivers electric speech at largest ever GPO convention

November 2, 2019

“The Premier can hand out as many stickers as he wants, but Ontarians are problem solvers, not problem deniers. This transformation is not the reluctant chore of climate change, it is a golden opportunity to build a bridge to the future,” said Schreiner.  Schreiner noted the $355 billion being invested annually in clean energy and […]


Survey: Towards a Comprehensive Housing Strategy

Survey: Towards a Comprehensive Housing Strategy Name First Last Email Your Postal Code This helps up determine your riding. Where do you live(name of city, town or municipality)Your Birthdate Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY What is your living situation?HomeownerRenterLive with familySocial or supportive housingCurrently experiencing homelessnessOtherDo you aspire to own a home in [...]


Unlocking Affordable Housing for All

Unlocking Affordable Housing for All We’re developing a plan to address the housing crisis in Ontario. Join our effort by reading the discussion paper and filling out our survey. Mike Schreiner and the Green Party of Ontario believe everyone deserves a place to call home.  So we’re creating a comprehensive housing strategy to unlock affordable [...]


Schreiner responds to FAO report on long-term care beds

October 31, 2019

“Successive governments have chronically underfunded elder care, punting this problem down the road as baby boomers enter their senior years. The FAO’s review makes it clear we will need an additional 55,000 beds, in addition to the 15,000 beds promised by the government, just to keep the waitlist at the same level by 2033. If […]


Schreiner responds to autism panel report

“I want to thank the Ontario Autism Advisory Panel for their hard work coming up with recommendations to fix one of the Ford government’s biggest mistakes.  It’s been a difficult year for children and their families, who had the rug pulled out from under them when access to life-changing autism services was revoked.  It is […]


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