MPP Rob Leone put on a pair of red high heels and joined men from across Cambridge in the YWCA's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, an event to help end violence against women and their families.
MPP Rob Leone enjoys visiting local schools to talk about what it is like to be an MPP.
MPP Rob Leone and MPP Lisa MacLeod are leading local education policy consultations.
MPP Rob Leone delivering birthday greetings and Thanksgiving wishes at a Cambridge Long Term Care home.
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(Cambridge) MPP Rob Leone stood up for the people from Cambridge and North Dumfries today, expressing his lack of confidence in the Liberal government. The 2013 edition of the Ontario budget lacked a credible plan for jobs, while increasing spending to record levels. “A vote for this budget is a vote of confidence in this...Read More »
Leone Signs Pledge To Stop The Trades Tax
April 5, 2013
Cambridge and North Dumfries MPP Rob Leone continued the fight to stop a government trades tax that will drive up costs for trades people, employers and residents in Cambridge and North Dumfries. “I pledge to the hardworking tradespeople and residents of my riding that I will oppose any and all efforts by the McGuinty-Wynne government...Read More »
A bolder vision for the College and University sector is required to ensure Ontario students will thrive in the job market, PC MPP Rob Leone said today. Responding to the release of a report by the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO), the PC critic for Training, Colleges and Universities welcomed healthy discussion in...Read More »
On the same day that the Canadian government pledged to balance the budget by 2015, the Ontario government brushed aside the idea of balancing theirs at all. Ontario Liberal and New Democrat MPPs voted against the Living Within Our Means Act Thursday, a bill that would have set a firm timeline for the province to...Read More »
LEONE CALLS FOR ACCOUNTABILITY IN BALANCING THE BUDGET
March 20, 2013
Cambridge MPP Rob Leone outlined a concrete plan to reduce the burden on future generations and ensure services we care about are not put at risk. Bill 26 - the Living Within Our Means Act will be debated at Second Reading tomorrow. It is a bill that would take steps to guarantee that the government balances its budget...Read More »
LIBERALS FAIL TO RECOGNIZE SEVERITY OF GAS PLANT SCANDAL
March 11, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 11, 2013 QUEEN’S PARK – From hiding documents, to using code words, the McGuinty-Wynne Liberals have failed to recognize or acknowledge the seriousness wasting hundreds of millions of dollars to save five Liberal seats and the only way to get the truth is to have a judicial inquiry, PC MPP...Read More »
LEONE PRAISES DUCEY’S INDUCTION INTO THE HALL
February 26, 2013
Today in the Ontario Legislature, Cambridge MPP Rob Leone was pleased to deliver a Member’s Statement in honour of Cambridge’s most accomplished baseball player, Rob Ducey. Ducey will be inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in St. Mary’s, Ontario on June 29th of this year. “He’s a great role model to have,” said...Read More »
Leone hears seniors’ concerns
February 22, 2013
FOR IMMIDIATE RELEASE Cambridge MPP Rob Leone was pleased to host his first annual senior’s fair on Friday at Lang’s in Cambridge, helping to answer health questions that seniors in the area may have. The Ontario PC Party has launched two white papers dealing with healthcare issues, with much of the content devoted to improving...Read More »
“Stop lying to us:” Leone
February 21, 2013
Ontarians were shocked to learn this morning that the Liberal government continues to keep information from the public surrounding the cancellation of gas plants in Mississauga and Oakville. Minister of Energy Bob Chiarelli revealed that even more documents relating to the $1 billion cancellation of gas plants in the GTA exist, despite assurances last year...Read More »
On Day 2, Wynne Government Under Investigation
February 20, 2013
Accountability on cancelled power plants remains front and centre. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 20, 2013 Only a day after the McGuinty-Wynne government presented a Throne Speech completely void of new ideas to get Ontario’s economy back on track, the Liberal government has found its self on the verge of contempt of the Legislature. “We’re a step closer...Read More »