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invictusLarry Miller, Member of Parliament for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, is encouraging local veterans to participate in the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 Veterans Career Summit on September 28th and 29th, 2017.
In partnership with Barrick Gold Corporation, the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 will be holding a two-day career summit for veterans looking to transition to the civilian workforce. The summit will give veterans the opportunity to connect with potential employers and...

larryinthehouseBruce-Grey-Owen Sound MP Larry Miller is starting off this session of parliament with a rhyme-

Mr. Speaker, last week I held a round table in Owen Sound to discuss the Liberal government's latest attack on small business owners, physicians, family farms, and more. The message was loud and clear that these reforms will be very damaging to each of these sectors. To make it crystal clear for the Prime Minister, I drafted this poem to truly get the point across:

chilhood-cancer-supportersToday, Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker delivered a Statement in the Legislature to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness month. Two years ago, MPP Walker's resolution to officially recognize September as Childhood Cancer Awareness in Ontario received unanimous consent at Queen's Park.

The following is his Statement:

"September is childhood Cancer Awareness Month. I, along with my colleagues, am proudly wearing a gold ribbon pin to express...

accessibility parkingBruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker joined scores of supporters at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital in Toronto where they repainted parking spaces with the new Dynamic Symbol of Access.

MPP Walker has earlier endorsed the updated symbol, advocated by The Forward Movement in Ontario. Last May he tabled a Resolution at Queen's Park to call on the government to update the accessibility symbol...

sickchildOntario announced that as part of the 2017 Budget, it is moving to make prescription medications free for all children and youth 24 years of age and younger, regardless of family income. Coverage will be automatic, with no upfront costs.

Beginning January 1, 2018, the proposed program will improve access to prescription medications for more than four million children and young people, including students and young professionals who may not have access to comprehensive drug benefit plans as...

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