(BROCKVILLE) – As part of the Ontario PC Party’s ongoing policy development process, Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark is hosting two public consultation meetings on Tuesday, July 19.
Clark will host a meeting focused on seniors’ issues and rural health care at the Portland Community Hall, 24 Water Street in Portland, from 1-3 p.m. and an open policy forum from 6-8 p.m. in the Community Room at Grenville Mutual Insurance, 380 Colonnade Drive in Kemptville.
“I want to hear directly from the people of Leeds-Grenville about their concerns and to discuss ideas for solutions to the challenges that are making life increasingly difficult for Ontarians,” said Clark.
At its General Meeting earlier this year, the Ontario PC Party launched the most extensive and inclusive policy development process in its history.
“We’re reaching out to people in every corner of the province as we prepare to build our platform for the 2018 election,” explained Clark. “And I want to make sure the people of Leeds-Grenville have their say.”
The centerpiece of the initiative is the website ForOntario.ca, a convenient and modern tool where Ontarians can share their policy ideas directly with the Ontario PC Party.
“I encourage everyone to be part of this discussion by visiting ForOntario.ca and giving us their thoughts on everything from health care and the environment to the cost of electricity and the economy,” said Clark.
Anyone interested in attending the policy sessions on Tuesday, July 19 is asked to register by sending a confirmation by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.