Stephen Blais

Moving Orléans Forward
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JUNE 2, RE-ELECT A GOOD MPP

A record of success for Orléans 

✓ $100 million in new infrastructure

✓ Millennium Park Expansion

✓ François Dupuis Centre & expansion

✓ Brian Coburn & Trim Road expansions

✓ LRT to Orléans

✓ 12 new parks

✓ 2 new schools funded in 2 years

✓ Opened Orléans Health Hub

Stephen reading to children
Stephen tours amazon construction
Health Care 🏥
  • Ensure access to a doctor or nurse practitioner within 24 hours
  • Hire 100,000 new nurses, doctors and other health care workers
  • Grow the number of hospital beds by 20% 
  • Cover more medication costs
Education 📚
  • $10 Billion for new and renovated schools 
  • Cap class sizes in all grades at 20 students 
  • Hire an additional special education worker for every school 
  • Recruit more French language teachers & ECE’s 
Environment 🍃
  • Create 25,000 green jobs and train people for them 
  • Cut transit fares to $1 per ride until 2024 
  • Provide up to $9,500 in rebates on electric vehicles and charging equipment 
Affordability 💵
  • Save parents $10,000 a year per child through $10-a-day child care
  • Remove HST on meals under $20 
Seniors
  • Increase Old Age Security by $1,000 for those who need it
  • Guarantee home care for everyone who needs it 
Housing 🏠
  • Build 1.5 million new homes, creating 150,000 jobs per year 
  • Protect home buyers 
  • Improve housing for people who need extra support 

Moving Orléans Forward

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to building the green economy. Our kids’ economic and environmental future will depend on it.
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YES

to uploading HWY 174 to save Ottawa taxpayers millions. We deserve the same treatment as Toronto.
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Yes

to protecting women frompredatory politicians. My privatemembers bill will achieve this.
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YES

to building the much needed schools Orléans needs. We’ll spend $8 billion over 5 years to build the best schools in the world.
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NO

to Doug Ford’s two-tier healthcare agenda. We all deserve equal access to medical services.
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NO

to treating teachers as villains. Teachers need to be treated like the professionals they are.
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NO

to Bill 124. Nurses, health professionals and others deserve fair pay for a hard days work.
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to a continued assault on francophone services by Conservative Governments. Francophones deserve equal respect and services.

Meet Stephen

Stephen has dedicated much of his professional life to public service to the residents of Orléans and Cumberland.

He has served the residents of Orléans as MPP, City Councillor and School Trustee.

He is widely seen as someone who delivers and can get things done.

Like him or not, Blais is getting things done.

Ottawa Citizen