Days in office 2215 Elected on June 12, 2014
Took office on June 12, 2014
Not started 25 of 60 42%
In progress 16 of 60 27%
Achieved 8 of 60 13%
Broken 11 of 60 18%

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Achieved Strong leadership means making Ontario more open and democratic, and restoring trust in government and in the services you rely on. Re-introduce the 2014 Budget Start the discussion!
Broken Balance the budget by 2017-18 Start the discussion!
In progress Enhance protection for condo owners Start the discussion!
In progress Give municipalities the option of using ranked ballots as an alternative to first-past-the-post in their own elections Start the discussion!
In progress Introduce a Consumer Bill of Rights Start the discussion!
Broken Maintain competitive corporate tax rates and tax credits that are working well, such as those that support investment and jobs in the film, TV and interactive digital sectors Start the discussion!
Broken Reduce our debt-to-GDP ratio to its pre-recession level of 27 per cent Start the discussion!
In progress Reform family law so that it puts families first Start the discussion!
Not started Re-introduce the Accountability Act, and move forward on the recommendations of the Open Government Panel Start the discussion!
Not started Infrastrucure investments do not incur any additional costs that are not fully accounted for in the 2014 Budget. If re-elected on June 12, we will move quickly to re-introduce the 2014 Budget. Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest: $11.4 billion on 40-plus hospital expansion or redevelopment projects, including: Redevelopments and expansions for Halton Healthcare Services in Milton, Oakville and Georgetown Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest:$11 billion in new schools and school repairs, including: Refurbishing Broadview Avenue Public School in Ottawa Building a permanent addition at St. Martin School in Thunder Bay Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest: $14 billion on roads, bridges, highways and other transportation and transit projects outside the GTHA, including: $1 billion to support the development of the Ring of Fire , Four-laning highways in Northern Ontario, A permanent roads and bridges fund for municipalities , The next phase of the Waterloo Region and Ottawa LRTs, Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest:$15 billion in transit projects in the GTHA, including: Electrification of GO Express Rail, enabling 15-minute service on all GTHA lines , Relief line Hamilton rapid transit Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest:$200 million over two years for a new Natural Gas Access Loan and $30 million to establish a Natural Gas Economic Development Grant Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest: $300 million in community health infrastructure, including: A new Street Health Centre Satellite for Kingston Community Health Centres Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest:In getting border traffic moving via the Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway in Windsor Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest:In new and refurbished college and university infrastructure, including: Expanding the King Campus of Seneca College in King City Supporting the Wilson Building for Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences at McMaster University in Hamilton Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest:In transit projects already in planning or under construction, such as: Union-Pearson Express Scarborough subway Eglinton Crosstown LRT Start the discussion!
Not started We will invest :to build new campuses and create spaces for 15,000 more postsecondary students Start the discussion!
Broken Strong leadership is needed to address Canada’s retirement income crisis: For example, if you earn $45,000 and worked for 40 years, you would get an annual ORPP benefit of approximately $6,410 in retirement for life, on top of all other benefits, including the CPP benefit of $10,680. This would bring the total ORPP and CPP benefit to $17,090 annually for life, replacing about 40 per cent of pre-retirement income. Start the discussion!
In progress Invest in a Youth Jobs Strategy Start the discussion!
Achieved Invest in education, training and transition to work: we will complete the implementation of Full-Day Kindergarten and continue the 30% Off Tuition Grant Start the discussion!
In progress Invest in transportation and infrastructure: Implement a 10-year, $130-billion infrastructure building plan Start the discussion!
Not started Manage our finances responsibly :Balance the budget in 2017-18 Start the discussion!
In progress Support a dynamic and innovative business climate Start the discussion!
Not started Support small business: Keep corporate taxes competitive Start the discussion!
Not started Clean, Sustainable and Liveable Communities Encourage smarter growth, including ensuring that new residential development projects provide more revenue for transit Start the discussion!
Achieved Complete the roll-out of Full-Day Kindergarten, which saves a family up to $6,500 in child care costs per child per year Start the discussion!
In progress Continue the 30% Off Tuition Grant Start the discussion!
In progress Create a Farms Forever Program to protect prime agricultural land close to urban centres Start the discussion!
In progress Develop and support school-community hubs to promote efficient use of public assets and ensure more viable schools can stay open Start the discussion!
Broken Eliminate the debt retirement charge on residential hydro bills Start the discussion!
In progress Expand the Greenbelt and Ontario’s trail network Start the discussion!
In progress Increase support for Children’s Treatment Centres and developmental services Start the discussion!
Achieved Increase the minimum wage to $11 on June 1, 2014 and index it to inflation after that Start the discussion!
Achieved Increase the Ontario Child Benefit to $1,310, and index it to inflation after that Start the discussion!
Broken Introduce our second five-year Poverty Reduction Strategy Start the discussion!
Not started Invest $30 million to keep the Walkerton Clean Water Centre on the cutting edge of clean water training and research Start the discussion!
In progress Promote urban forestry by planting one million trees Start the discussion!
In progress Protect the Great Lakes, including making their beaches clean and safe Start the discussion!
Achieved We will:Cap or cut hospital parking fees for those who must visit the hospital frequently Start the discussion!
Broken Access to the Right Health Care, at the Right Time, in the Right Place Guarantee that every Ontarian has access to a primary care provider Start the discussion!
Broken Advocate for national drug insurance Start the discussion!
In progress Create 36 more Health Links to help those with multiple, complex conditions Start the discussion!
Not started Develop Community Hubs for community-driven programs that focus on health and wellness Start the discussion!
In progress Increase funding for the seniors activity and community grants program Start the discussion!
Broken Increase funding to our Mental Health and Addictions Strategy Start the discussion!
Achieved Provide access to free vaccinations and newborn screening Start the discussion!
Achieved Provide culturally appropriate care Start the discussion!
Broken Provide Ontarians with better information about chemicals linked with cancer Start the discussion!
Broken Reduce wait times for referrals to specialists Start the discussion!
Not started Complete the roll-out of Full-Day Kindergarten by September 2014 Start the discussion!
Not started Continue the 30% Off Tuition Grant Start the discussion!
Not started Help kids be more active and healthy through 60 minutes of physical activity connected to their school day Start the discussion!
Not started Improve math scores Start the discussion!
Not started Introduce Experience Ontario, a nine-month paid community work and service program to support graduating high school students before they go on to apprenticeship, work, or postsecondary education Start the discussion!
Not started Invest to protect child care spaces and subsidies Start the discussion!
Not started Promote experiential learning opportunities to prepare students for success after high school Start the discussion!
Not started Provide wage increases to child care workers outside the public school system Start the discussion!