Newmarket-Aurora’s new MP, Tony Van Bynen, yesterday made his first speech in the House of Commons.  

The self-styled “Voice for Fiscal Prudence” told fellow MPs that climate change, affordable housing, infrastructure funding, health care and a need for a long-term fiscal plan would be his priorities. But he stressed the fiscal plan 

“would not be at the expense of creating a social deficit”.

Van Bynen told CTV News before the election that his priorities for the riding would also include preserving local heritage.

I emailed Tony three weeks ago to congratulate him on his stunning election victory and to ask for his views on the unlawful demolition of 184-186 Main Street South in the heart of the old downtown. I am waiting to hear from him. 

I am also pressing Tony to stop blocking me from reading his Tweets where these concern his activities as my Member of Parliament.

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On 11 December 2019 in the Chamber of the House of Commons Tony Van Bynen said:

Mr. Speaker, I am proud to rise in the House for the first time as the member of Parliament for Newmarket—Aurora in the 43rd Parliament.

I would like to thank the good people of Newmarket—Aurora for electing me as their representative. I thank also all my volunteers, supporters and, most important, my family, especially Roxanne, my wife of 49 years.

I also wish to thank Kyle Peterson for his contribution as the former member and his dedication and commitment to our community.

I have heard very clearly that our community is concerned about climate change, affordable housing, infrastructure funding, health care and a need for a long-term fiscal plan, but not at the expense of creating a social deficit. These things will by my priorities during the upcoming term.

 I look forward to working with my colleagues to make meaningful progress in the current term.

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