LISA MACLEOD CONTINUES OPIOID AWARENESS CAMPAIGN BY DEDICATING BILL TO OVERDOSE VICTIM NICK CODY Family of Nick Cody on Hand to Support More Resources for Education and Awareness FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, October 03, 2017 In 2006 fourteen year old Nick Cody and his family met with Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod requesting […]CONTINUE READING
oin MPP MacLeod and your fellow neighbours for a free community picnic in honour of Canada’s 150th! MPP MacLeod will provide free “Canadian” food including poutine, hamburgers and hot dogs and encourages everyone to bring a dish from their family or cultural background to share with your neighbours! Residents are encouraged bring their own decorated portable table to be part of “Most Creative and Patriotic Table”. There will be a two hour multicultural stage offering entertainment and will serve as the location to announce the Nepean-Carleton 150 Inspiration Awards (to learn more about the inspiration awards click here). A patriotic Canada themed photo booth will be set up, face painting, henna and painting in the park will be encouraged as will sporting activities such as volleyball, rugby and baseball.We will also be collecting non-perishable food items for the Barrhaven and FAMSAC Food Cupboards!CONTINUE READING
MEDIA RELEASE ANNOUNCEMENT OF CONCUSSION SYMPOSIUM MARKS ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF ROWAN’S LAW Rowan’s Legacy project includes a Symposium on Concussion during Brain Injury Awareness Month & Celebrity Golf Tournament For Immediate Release Wednesday, June 07, 2017 (Rowan’s Pitch, Barrhaven)- To commemorate the one year anniversary of the passage of Rowan’s Law, Canada’s first concussion […]CONTINUE READING
For Immediate Release (Barrhaven)- Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod will host a Day of Humanity, Inclusion and Acceptance on Monday, March 20 at the Ottawa Torah Centre (111 Lamplighters Drive) and is inviting all Ottawa residents to consider participating with workshops and speeches being led by prominent Christian, Jewish and Muslim Faith Leaders. Presentations will be […]CONTINUE READING
(Manotick)- Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod was in Manotick today at SUNTECH Greenhouses with owner Bob Mitchell to highlight the challenges the Ontario Liberal Government’s energy policy have placed on local agri-food producers. SUNTECH is best known for greenhouse tomatoes which are regularly referred to as the “little miracles from Manotick” .
“Between the Liberals’ Green Energy Act and their Cap and Trade scheme, Ontario is now taxing food production and making it unaffordable for our agri-food producers to grow food and for consumers to purchase Ontario produce”, said MacLeod who has been representing parts of rural Ottawa for 11 years.
Bob Mitchell agreed, “Compare my product to the exact same product selling on shelves from Mexico. You will see my tomatoes and cucumbers are at least 30% more expensive thanks to the Liberals’ energy policy that make it tougher for me to compete.”CONTINUE READING
MPP MacLeod’s motion aims to help those suffering from rare disease or whose treatments may be experimental or complimentary but are not yet covered by OHIP QUEEN’S PARK – Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod is pleased with all-party support on her motion calling on the Ontario Government to create a compassionate and catastrophic care plan for Ontario patients […]CONTINUE READING
(Ottawa) – Recently appointed Hydro One Ombudsman Fiona Crean visited the Nepean-Carleton riding at a public meeting put on by MPP Lisa MacLeod, Councillor George Darouze, Councillor Scott Moffatt and Councillor Michael Qaqish.
“I have received a large volume of complaints and questions about Hydro One from my constituents,” MacLeod said. “There is a lot of anger and confusion around billing practices, smart meters, and many other issues relating to Hydro One. My constituents often don’t know where to turn. I appreciate Fiona Crean taking the time to come to the riding and provide answers to some of their most pressing concerns.”CONTINUE READING
(Queen’s Park) – PC MPP Lisa MacLeod today questioned the government on over $80 million dollars in payments made by the Government to Unions.
“Earlier today the Auditor General confirmed that your government paid over $80 million dollars in payouts, personal development and other expense to Ontario’s Teacher Unions,” MacLeod stated.
In November of 2015, MacLeod requested the report be compiled after it was discovered that the Ministry of Education had made $2.5 million in payments to three teachers’ unions with no accountability mechanisms in place.CONTINUE READING