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Events In Mushkegowukjames Bay / Vnements Mushkegowukbaie James

Mr. Guy Bourgouin: The holiday season is upon us, and today I would like to take the time to commend the communities in my riding for their efforts in offering wonderful activities for the residents. Here are a few events I had the opportunity to attend, just to name a few:

Centre de Loisirs had their annual craft expo, with merchants and artists selling their goods, and a visit from Santa.

La ville de Hearst avait la Magie de Minuit pour encourager lachat local, ainsi quun village des fêtes pour les familles avec du curling, du hockey, du chocolat chaud et une rencontre avec le Père Noël.

La ville de Moonbeam a organisé un souper et une soirée musicale pour célébrer les commerces et leurs employés.

The Rotary Club of Kapuskasing had its second annual Winter Wonderland Parade this past Sunday. Many local businesses participated in the floats and gave out candy to children and families along the road.

There is a lot more to come, with markets and craft shows in Fauquier and Val Rita, holiday office parties for the communities, and the festival of lights in various towns across the riding.

It is time to spread some holiday joy and reflect on what we are thankful for this past year. Remember to support your local businesses.

This time of year is difficult for many families and individuals, so lets not forget about our food banks, our angel campaigns and our toy drives. I urge you all to be kind and donate where you can. A simple gesture can go a long way.

Food Distribution Site At Cajun Field To Open Friday For Covid

UL Lafayette is partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank and United Way of Acadiana to establish a drive-thru food distribution site at Cajun Field for people experiencing economic hardship during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The distribution site will be open from 2-4 p.m. Friday. Volunteers wearing gloves and face masks will load boxes of food into vehicles, said Gretchen Lacombe Vanicor, director of UL Lafayettes Office of Sustainability.

Motorists should enter the distribution site from Cajundome Boulevard, at Gate 5 on Reinhardt Drive. Attendees are encouraged to wear face masks and gloves.

Food will be provided for anyone in need of assistance while supplies last. Organizers estimate to have enough food on hand for between 1,000 and 1,500 families. Registration isnt required.

The distribution site is not a drop-off point for donations. Vanicor, however, said donations are continually needed to keep shelves at Second Harvest, United Way and the Universitys Campus Cupboard stocked.

Campus Cupboard is a resource for undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff members who require short-term assistance meeting their food needs.

Food donations brought to the distribution site will be redirected to the Second Harvest warehouse at 215 E. Pinhook Rd.

Anyone interested in donating money can do so by visiting Second Harvest and United Way websites.

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Th Annual Dish Gala Tickets Available

Dish is an opportunity to join together as a community to honor our collective work to end hunger and to raise essential funds that build on our momentum to ensure that no one goes hungry. Whether you are a longtime supporter of Second Harvest Heartland or a new friend to us, we hope you will join us for this truly special evening.

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Santa Claus Parades In Kitchenerconestoga

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Mr. Mike Harris: Im not sure if hes watching today, but a formerwell, hes not a former friend of ours hes still a friend of ours, Percy Hatfield.

Percy, this ones for you, if youre keeping an eye:

Its always a pleasure to stand up for my riding.

But this morning my statement seems to be rhyming.

Twas the day before December, and all through this House,

Members got so quiet, you could even hear a mouse.

And if youre looking for plans to be made,

Come to KitchenerConestoga for a Santa Claus parade.

The floats and decorations have been made with care.

In hopes that St. Nicholas would soon be there.

Elmira this Saturday, New Hamburg on Sunday.

Bring the whole family and youll have a fun day.

If youre busy this weekend theres no need to take fright.

Wellesley has their parade on December the 9th.

And if you still think Santa will never be seen,

Hell also be in St. Clements on December 17.

Youll see me or my helpers, I call them my staff.

Like Santas own elves they work and they laugh.

Keep an eye out for Cupid, for Donner and Blitzen,

And my new friends MPPs Riddell and Dixon.

Look for this jolly old elf with a brightly lit sign,

Propped up by hockey sticks and held together with twine.

As I look at the clock I can see my times tight.

So Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night.

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A Special Thank You To Brenda Ewart

Some 26 years ago, as her youngest of three children headed into Grade 1, Richmond Hills Brenda Ewart took a part-time job as manager of the Richmond Hill Community Food Bank.

Our family attended Richmond Hill United Church where the food bank was located at the time, and the minister suggested I apply for the job, explained Ewart, stating one attraction was she could be home before her children returned from school.

But what started as a job, has become a passion and has consumed far more hours each week than originally forecast, and has pulled in her husband, Bob, as well. Although she has been paid, both have donated many volunteer hours over the years to what has become a labour of love for both.

Bob had his eyes opened and so did the kids to the need for the food bank, explained Ewart. And the volunteers have become my friends, my family. Some have volunteered longer than Ive been here! Read more.

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Mobile Food Pantry Calendar

Changes can happen, receive text updates when they do.

To receive a text message when there is a change, find your county below and text the corresponding keyword to 866-989-3123Dane County text FOODDANE | Jefferson and Dodge Counties text FOODEAST | Columbia, Sauk, Juneau, and Adams Counties text FOODNORTHRock County text FOODROCK | Monroe, Vernon, Richland, and Crawford Counties text FOODWEST | Grant, Iowa, LaFayette, and Green Counties text FOODSOUTH

Enjoy stories about how our community is coming together to end hunger and ways you can help.

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Community And Faith Groups

Clubs and groups are welcome to get involved, but because of workplace safety and liabilities and the small size of our warehouse, we cannot accommodate large groups or young children during regular morning hours of operation. No food sorting help is needed until after our Thanksgiving food drives email our manager at with your inquiry.

Second Harvest To Distribute Food In More Tailgates In East Central Indiana

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MUNCIE, Ind. Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana is continuing to distribute food in tailgate events, with new dates confirmed for the coming week.

The group expanded its tailgate events in April on the coronavirus began taking a toll on Indiana. Gov. Eric Holcomb dispatched 30 Army National Guard members to help with the efforts to expand the food distribution.

Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana is the regions largest hunger-relief organization serving over 100 pantries and meal programs in eight counties: Blackford, Delaware, Grant, Henry, Jay, Madison, Randolph and Wabash.

Here are upcoming food distributions:

  • Wabash County: 11 a.m. Monday, North Manchester Junior-Senior High School, 1 Squire Drive, North Manchester.
  • Grant County: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Five Points Mall, 1129 N. Baldwin Ave., Marion.
  • Henry County: 10 a.m. Tuesday, First Baptist Church, 709 S. Memorial Drive, New Castle.
  • Jay County: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jay County Fairgrounds, 806 E. Votaw St., Portland.
  • Wabash County: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Living Well in Wabash County, 239 Bond St., Wabash.
  • Blackford County: 10 a.m. Thursday, Blackford County Fairgrounds, 409 E. Park Ave., Hartford City.
  • Delaware County: 10 a.m. Thursday, Muncie Mall, 3401 N. Granville Ave., Muncie
  • Madison County: 10 a.m. June 26, parking lot of former Kmart, 2811 E. Nichol Ave., Anderson.
  • Randolph County: 10 a.m. June 26, Goodrich Park, 701 N. Union St., Winchester
  • More dates are online.

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Meeting The Need In Unprecedented Times

Following the last few years of unpredictability and uncertainty caused by COVID-19, it feels necessary to pause and reflect on the many highs and lows experienced by Second Harvest and the communities we serve. We have reason to be proud of what weve accomplished together. And, we are well positioned to do more to address the significant need that continues. Read our Impact Report to learn how our supporters and partners are helping to ensure all of our neighbors have the food they need.

More than 110 partner charities and programs form the backbone of our food distribution network. Food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, mobile distributions and other partnerships serve food and dignity to our neighbors in need across our four-county region.

Legislative Assembly Of Ontario

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO

ASSEMBLÉE LÉGISLATIVE DE LONTARIO

Wednesday 30 November 2022 Mercredi 30 novembre 2022

The House met at 0900.

The Speaker : Good morning. Let us pray.

Prayers.

Hon. Kinga Surma: Point of order.

The Speaker : The Minister of Infrastructure on a point of order?

Hon. Kinga Surma: Im seeking unanimous consent to wear my Polish shirt in the House. Poland is playing this afternoon, and I want to cheer them on today, if thats okay.

The Speaker : The Minister of Infrastructure is seeking the unanimous consent of the House to wear the T-shirt in the House today. Agreed? Agreed.

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Santa Claus Parades In Renfrewnipissingpembroke

Mr. John Yakabuski: The Christmas parades are back, and the world is better for it. All across the valley, communities are getting together to do something that everyone loves but that has been missing for the last couple of years. In my riding of RenfrewNipissingPembroke, each and every parade is a special experience that speaks in a very visual way about the people, the organizations, the businesses and their expressions of community spirit.

This past weekend, I was able to attend parades in both Cobden and Pembroke.

The Cobden parade is a daytime parade that brings out people from all around the area and sends out the message that Christmas is near. As the first parade of the season in our area, that is most appropriate.

For many years now, the Pembroke parade has been an evening parade, and this years edition was truly spectacular. As many as 70 floats took part in the parade, witnessed by the biggest crowd Ive ever seen in Pembroke.

The floats and the work that goes into them are something to appreciate, and my hat goes off to all those who work so hard to make these parades so very special.

Merry Christmas to one and all.

Access To Health Care

State Line Heritage Days in Union City

MPP Kristyn Wong-Tam: I would like to provide this petition to the House.

To the Legislative Assembly of Ontario:

Please Support Gender-Affirming Health Care.

Whereas two-spirit, transgender, non-binary, gender-diverse, and intersex communities face significant challenges to accessing health care services that are friendly, competent, and affirming in Ontario

Whereas everyone deserves access to health care, and they shouldnt have to fight for it, shouldnt have to wait for it, and should never receive less care or support because of who they are

Whereas gender-affirming care is life-saving care

Therefore we, the undersigned, petition the Legislative Assembly of Ontario to support the reintroduction of a private members bill to create an inclusive and representative committee to advise the Ministry of Health on how to realize accessible and equitable access to and coverage for gender-affirming health care in Ontario.

I will proudly affix my signature and provide this to our page Mabel for the centre table.

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Central York Fire Services

Mme Dawn Gallagher Murphy: Speaker, I rise today in the chamber to tell you about an event in my riding of NewmarketAurora that happened earlier this month. The Central York Fire Services invited me to attend their annual recognition ceremony. I had the honour of speaking at this great event and congratulating our communitys unspoken heroes.

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I would like to begin by thanking Chief Ian Laing and Deputy Fire Chief Rocco Volpe for all their great work and the encouragement that they provide to the Central York Fire Services team.

Thank you to all our firefighters and all our first responders for your selfless commitment and dedication to the safety of our community.

During this event, Captain Chris Airey, an expert in ice water, rope and high-angle rescues, was recognized for his contributions in leadership and supporting the training of his fellow firefighters and community members by being awarded the Jim Allen Award. This award was introduced in 2018 to honour Captain Jim Allen for his dedication and contributions over his 37-year career.

This event was also the first time the fire services awarded wings for their new air division, which uses unmanned aerial drones to assist in the firefighting process. I would like to personally recognize the Central York Fire Services for embracing technology to modernize their service and approach to firefighting.

To all the firefighters at the Central York Fire Services, thank you.

Less Red Tape Stronger Ontario Act 2022 / Loi De 2022 Visant Rduire Les Formalits Administratives Pour Un Ontario Plus Fort

Resuming the debate adjourned on November 29, 2022, on the motion for second reading of the following bill:

Bill 46, An Act to enact one Act and amend various other Acts / Projet de loi 46, Loi visant à édicter une loi et à modifier diverses autres lois.

The Speaker : Further debate?

Mr. Dave Smith: I want to acknowledge that today is Scottish Heritage Day in Ontario. Its the second time that weve had it, and I want to thank former member Jimmy McDonell for putting it forward as part of a private members bill. I suspect that Mr. McDonell will be watching at some point today, so Im proudly wearing Scottish attire. This is Black Watch. It is universal anyone is welcome to wear it. And I am wearing my McPherson clan tie because I am part of the McPherson clan.

What were talking about today, though, is red tape reduction.

Ive said a number of times before that governments role is to regulate to the point of integrity but not to the point of interference. I think the Ontario government, over the years, has gotten to the point where were beyond interference now. Its very difficult for different industries to be nimble.

This bill is no different than all of the others this bill is making it easier to do thingsand I want to touch on one of the things, in particular, on it: the Grow Ontario Strategy.

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The Acting Speaker : Questions?

The Acting Speaker : Question?

The Acting Speaker : Further questions?

The Acting Speaker : Further questions?

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Interjections.

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Police Services / Services De Police

Mr. Brian Saunderson: Ensuring police services in Ontario have the resources they need to keep the communities in SimcoeGrey and across our province safe is of the utmost importance. Having up-to-date technology means that our officers will have the best information available to carry out their work effectively.

Recently, the Solicitor General spoke about our governments investment of $61 million in new technology to fight auto theft across this province.

Investing in new crime-fighting technology is crucial to helping our police services solve outstanding cases and bring closure to the victims and their families.

Can the Solicitor General please tell us how investments our government is making in new technology will assist our law enforcement partners in delivering justice to our residents?

Hon. Michael S. Kerzner: I want to thank my friend from SimcoeGrey for the question.

In Ontario, we are investing in the latest technology and using cutting-edge techniques to keep Ontario safe. We are a province of innovation and progress, and were proud of this.

Just last week, the Ontario Provincial Police, with the help of state-of-the-art genetic-based technology, were able to close the 1980 murder case of Micheline St. Amour. This science is transformational. I want to recognize retired Detective Superintendent Dave Truax and retired Detective Constable Mike Hickey for their work in solving this homicide. Now Michelines family can finally have some peace.

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Mcintyre Powder Project / Projet De La Poudre Mcintyre

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Hon. Monte McNaughton: Today, I am pleased to rise as Ontarios Minister of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development to extend an apology that is long overdue on behalf of all the members of the Legislature and the people of Ontario.

It has been more than 40 years since McIntyre Powder has been used in Ontario mines, but for the thousands of miners who were exposed to the powder, it might as well have been yesterday. They were told by their employers that this powder would help protect them from lung disease and that they had to inhale it to continue working in the mines.

These 25,000 miners across northern Ontario didnt have a choice. For them, their livelihoods depended on taking this powder, and it was supposed to keep them safe. Instead, this powder caused the very things it was supposed to prevent. The survivors have had to deal with the lingering effectslung disease and Parkinsonswhile countless families have had to watch their loved ones suffer, helpless to do anything in relief.

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Today, Mr. Speaker, there are more than 30 people here who have travelled from right across northern Ontariofamily and friends who have had to watch their fathers, brothers and sons live this hell, including six miners here who experienced this themselves.

I also want to recognize miners like Isadore Commando, David St. Georges and thousands of others who didnt live to see this day.

Applause.

The Speaker : Responses? I recognize the member for Sudbury.

Applause.

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