Sylvia Jones Net Worth 2023, Age, Husband, Children, Height, Family, Parents, Salary

Sylvia Jones

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Introduction

Sylvia Jones is a Canadian politician who has served as the deputy premier of Ontario and Ontario minister of health since June 24, 2022. Jones sits as a member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) for Dufferin—Caledon, representing the Progressive Conservative (PC) party, and has held her seat since she was first elected following the 2007 general election.

Jones joined the provincial cabinet after the PCs formed government in 2018, and has been the minister of tourism, culture and sport, the minister of community safety and correctional services, and the solicitor general of Ontario.

Early life

NameSylvia Jones
Net Worth$4 million
Salary$1.5 million
OccupationMinister of Health, Deputy Premier
Age58 years
Height1.68m
Sylvia Jones net worth

Sylvia Jones MPP was born in 1965 (age 58 years) in Ontario, Canada. She grew up on her parents’ farm. She attended Fanshawe College, where she received a diploma in radio broadcasting. She worked as an executive assistant for former PC party leader John Tory. She and her husband David live in Dufferin County and are the parents of two children.

Political career

Sylvia Jones ran in the 2007 provincial election as the Progressive Conservative candidate in the new riding of Dufferin—Caledon. She was re-elected in 2011 and 2014. The Ontario PCs were in opposition from the time of Jones’ election to the 2018 provincial election.

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Jones introduced several private member’s bills during her time in opposition. These include the Protecting Vulnerable People Against Picketing Act, Criminal Record Checks for Volunteers Act, Social Assistance Statute Law Amendment Act, and the Aggregate Recycling Promotion Act. Only the Aggregate Recycling Promotion Act in 2014 made it past the first reading.

The bill made it to the third reading before it died on the order paper when the 2014 election was called. Another private member, Bill 94, which would have ensured that Ontario Disability Support Program payments could not be scaled back as a result of Registered Disability Support Program contributions, was eventually adopted by the Liberal government through regulation.

She was named the co-deputy leader on September 10, 2015, following a shadow cabinet shuffle. The Ontario PC Party formed the government following the 2018 election, with newly elected Premier Doug Ford appointing Jones as the minister of tourism, culture and sport.

Sylvia Jones took over as the minister of community safety and correctional services role in November 2018. Her title was changed to Solicitor General in April 2019 and the name of her ministry was also restored to Ministry of the Solicitor General, as it had been prior to 2002.

As Solicitor General, Sylvia Jones played a role in the PC government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Ontario, as the mandate of her portfolio includes overseeing policing and law enforcement.

Pandemic

Amid growing case numbers in 2021, the government moved to introduce a third province-wide shutdown. As part of the response, Sylvia Jones announced on April 16, 2021, that she would be authorizing police and bylaw enforcement to require anyone who is not in a private residence to explain why they’re not at home and provide their home address, as well as pull people over while driving to ask why they are not at home.

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The regulations raised concerns about the re-legalization of carding. Indeed, the government experienced significant backlash with the new enforcement measures, with some commentators – such as the National Post’s Randall Denley, a former PC politician – equating the province to a “police state”. After 21 police services across the province announced that they would refuse to enforce the new measures, and round criticism in the media, Sylvia Jones’ government promptly amended the new regulation the next day and rescinded the new enforcement powers.

Minister of Health and Deputy Premier

Following the 2022 provincial election, Premier Doug Ford named Sylvia Jones as the new deputy premier and minister of health, replacing Christine Elliott, who did not seek re-election.

Husband

Sylvia Jones is married to David Gillies, they had their wedding in Canada. Her husband is a private person and they had two children together. The couple is living a happy life with each other without facing any kind of problems, tension, and misunderstanding. Sylvia stands at an appealing height of 1.68m and has a good body weight that suits her personality. Sylvia Jones and her husband David Gillies are still married as of mid-2022.

Sylvia Jones net worth

How much is Sylvia Jones worth? Sylvia Jones net worth is estimated at around $4 million. Her main source of income is from her career as a politician who is currently serving as Minister of Health and Deputy Premier of Ontario. Jones salary and other career earnings are over $1.5 million annually. She is one of the richest and most influential politicians in Canada.