"I am upset with the pattern I am seeing for so many years now.
“I was shocked to learn of the Upper Canada District School Board’s report proposing to close up to 30 schools, including 10 in Leeds-Grenville. If this proposal goes ahead, four of those schools in my riding could close at the end of this school year.
(QUEEN’S PARK) – Ontarians won’t be fooled by Premier Kathleen Wynne’s desperate attempt to give her tired, scandal-plagued government a make-over, says Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark.
Last night I played music to a room of about thirty people. Some musicians. Some just friends. But whatever the case, there were people in that room that I trusted, that I love, that I depend on when the skies are dark and storm clouds form overhead, people that I am in love with...people like me. People who bring out the best in me.
Wynne Liberals to ban natural gas as a home heating a leak document shows but Premier Wynne denies this report - myself I would rather trust a rattle snake than Premier Wynne.
(KEMPTVILLE) – An announcement that Kemptville’s Service Ontario centre will close next year shows, once again, how area residents are paying the price for the Wynne government’s mismanagement, says Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark.
(QUEEN’S PARK) – Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark is insisting the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport act immediately to stop the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) from implementing a plan that would cut the program’s local roots.
This Sunday, I turn another year older. Not that I am old by any stretch. I am still youthful, full of piss and vinegar, and figuring myself out. I still have my moments where I am beligerent, smart-alecky, and overwhelming. And I am still anxious and energetic, and idealistic. None of that has been snuffed out just yet, but sometimes those personality features come in phases and waves.
OTTAWA, April 12, 2016 – Senator Bob Runciman hopes the designation of the St.Lawrence River as one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers spurs action on a new water levels management plan.
Congratulations to the City of Brockville for its new funding for 2 of the sections of the Brock Trail system, however any funding under the auspices of the Brock Trail CANNOT be used for the proposed Laurier bi-directional, segregated, bollard lined, bike lanes. According to the definition of the Brock Trail it is “a shared/multi-use trail threading its way across Brockville's downtown and following Buell's Creek north from the waterfront. This scenic pathway is paved to accommodate bicycles, roller blades, wheelchairs and strollers.” The proposed Laurier bike lanes are segregated SINGLE use and do not fall under the definition of the Brock Trail.