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The ongoing occupation of Ottawa is of deep concern. Over the last two weeks, I have been urging the Ontario government to take action as well as pressing all levels of government to come together and cooperate in order to provide solutions to keep our community safe and put an end to the lawlessness and disorder.

Last Friday, the Ontario Liberal Ottawa Caucus called for the Premier and the Solicitor General to become involved and enact existing legislation (Bill 68) that would allow excessive costs to be billed to organizers of protests. It would also send a clear message to the organizers – enough is enough. (Click here to see the letter)

In light of the Premier declaring a State of Emergency across Ontario today, the new measures are welcome but it has taken the Premier and his government far too long to get involved to help the residents and businesses of Ottawa. I will continue to press the provincial government to come to the table with other levels of government. 

I know residents of Ottawa South continue to have concerns about schools being targeted, the RA Centre having to shut down operations this weekend as well as the new protest staging site at 1500 Bronson Avenue. I will continue to bring all of your concerns to our partners at the Ottawa Police and the City as well as the Ontario government.

– MPP John Fraser

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COVID-19 Specific

Ontario Gradually Resuming Surgeries and Procedures

Applications for Ontario COVID-19 Small Business Relief Grant Now Open


Ontario Expanding Access to Free Rapid Tests for General Public

Provincial News

Ontario Extending Health Card Renewal Requirement

Ontario Increases Training for More PSWs and Nurses

Ontario Expands Plan to Combat Islamophobia in Schools

In the Community

Mayor Watson declares state of emergency for Ottawa due to ongoing demonstration

Council condemns demonstration and asks for additional support

March Break Programs Announced

2021 Ontario Junior Citizen Awards – Celebrate the best of your community!

  Help us recognize the incredible determination, imagination, and spirit of outstanding young citizens between the ages of 6-17 who are bettering our communities. If you know someone who is involved in worthwhile community service, is contributing while living with a limitation, has performed a heroic act, demonstrates individual excellence, or is going above and beyond to help others, then please nominate them for a 2021 Ontario Junior Citizen Award. Click the link above to get more information and access the nomination form!