It is an absolute honour to represent our community of Milton at Queen’s Park for another four years.

Thank you to all Miltonians for your trust and support. I will continue to work hard and be a strong voice for Milton.

In the last four years, Milton has received investments of over $250 million for nine new schools, and over $28 million for five school expansions.

Milton will soon be home to two post-secondary campuses. The additions of Laurier University and Conestoga College will be beneficial to post-secondary students in Milton who wish to stay close to their family and community while getting a university and/or college education.

The building of a new long-term-care home will also be a part of the Milton Education Village project. Investments in long-term care are a focal point for our government, as we’ve invested in three new long-term-care homes, providing over 600 new beds to our constituents in Milton.

I am also honoured to be appointed as the red tape reduction minister for the Province of Ontario. As minister, I will help build a stronger economy by making life easier for small businesses and job creators.

Within the last four years, together we accomplished a lot, but the job is never finished. We will continue to get it done for Ontario and deliver results for Miltonians.

We will continue working for workers, encouraging apprenticeships and opening up jobs in skilled trades here in Ontario. Allowing colleges to grant three-year degrees and increasing minimum wage is key to bolstering our workforce.

Building highways and key infrastructure such as the expansion of Highway 401 West and the QEW will vastly decrease traffic congestion and gridlock, of which many of us Miltonians suffer.

I look forward to continuing to serve both the constituents in Milton and the people of Ontario in this new capacity.