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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the nomination of Ross Romano in Sault Ste. Marie

“I congratulate Ross on his nomination as the Ontario PC candidate for Sault Ste. Marie.

“After his historic victory in the by-election, a riding that hasn’t been held by the PCs for over thirty years, Ross has stood as a passionate and dedicated voice for the North. Serving as the Ontario PC’s critic for Northern Jobs and the Ring of Fire, he has urged the government to get moving on the once in a lifetime economic mining opportunities in the North. 

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the nomination of Rod Phillips in Ajax

“I congratulate Rod on his nomination as the Ontario PC candidate for Ajax.

“Rod is an exceptional addition to our modern, inclusive and pragmatic Ontario PC team.

“Rod holds vast experience in both the private and public sector, including as the former chair of Postmedia and head of Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. He has the experience needed to help get Ontario back on track. 

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Ontario PCs call for splitting of omnibus finance bill

The Wynne Liberals are yet again shutting down debate on important public policy matters that deserve to be considered on their own merit by ramming through a number of unrelated issues into a single massive omnibus bill.

The Ontario PC Caucus is demanding the Liberals separate the non-finance related aspects of Bill 177, the fall financial legislation. 

In an open letter, Ontario PC Finance Critic Vic Fedeli criticized the Wynne Liberals for trying to rush through unrelated issues without proper consideration and debate.

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the nomination of Mark DeMontis in York South-Weston

“I congratulate Mark on his nomination as the Ontario PC candidate in York South-Weston.

“Mark has a very inspiring story. A year out from possibly playing NCAA hockey, Mark was diagnosed with Leber’s Optic Neuropathy, which cost him his eyesight. Rather than hang up the skates, Mark was inspired to involve himself in blind hockey, and to work to raise awareness about the sport. At the age of 21, Mark rollerbladed across the country – from Toronto to Vancouver – to raise funds for Courage Canada, a charity DeMontis founded to support blind and low-vision hockey players.

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Wynne Liberals cynically shutting down debate on important public safety issues: Ontario PCs

Once again, the Wynne Liberals are using their majority government to shut down debate at Queen’s Park, charged Ontario PC House Leader Jim Wilson this morning as MPPs debated a Wynne Liberal time allocation motion on Bill 174, the government’s omnibus cannabis legislation.
 
“This is one of the most critical public safety debates in our generation and the Liberals are using cynical legislative tactics to shut down debate and quiet the opposition,” said Wilson. “This bill will impact everything from road safety to workplace safety and law enforcement. It’s important the Legislature has had the opportunity to hear every different perspective.”

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