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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown Celebrating Lebanese Independence Day

“Today our Lebanese friends and neighbours across Ontario, and proud Lebanese around the world, celebrate Lebanon’s history, culture, and independence from colonial rule in 1943.

“Lebanon achieved its independence from mandate governance on November 22nd, 1943, after 23 years of foreign authority over the nation.  

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Financial Accountability Officer proves long-term benefits of nuclear power in Ontario

This morning the Financial Accountability Officer released a report about the economics of nuclear power, and concluded that nuclear refurbishment “is projected to provide ratepayers with a long-term supply of relatively low-cost, low emissions electricity.”

Ontario PC Energy Critic Todd Smith said, “The Ontario PCs support the future of nuclear power in Ontario. Nuclear energy is one of the most affordable, reliable and emission-free sources of electricity and needs to play a long-term role in Ontario’s future electricity planning.”

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the nomination of Effie Triantafilopoulos in Oakville North-Burlington

“I congratulate Effie on her nomination as the Ontario PC candidate in Oakville North-Burlington.

“Effie brings a wealth of experience to our Ontario PC team. She is an experienced lawyer with expertise in business, immigration and international trade law, and for years served as chief of staff to three conservative ministers with key economic portfolios. Effie knows just what it will take to make Ontario the economic engine of the country once again.  

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the nomination of Deepak Anand in Mississauga-Malton

“I congratulate Deepak on his nomination as the Ontario PC candidate for Mississauga-Malton. 

“Deepak has lived in Mississauga for over 16 years, and he is passionate about building a better community. He hosts a community radio show, has served on a number of boards of community organizations, including Telecare Brampton and the Malton Community Building Project Committee. Deepak has an MBA from the Schulich School of Business. 

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Ontario PCs call on the Wynne Liberals to match college student’s fund dollar for dollar

In the wake of a record long college strike, in which students were forced to take on unmeasurable financial hardships, Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown called on the Wynne Liberal government to match the college’s fund dollar for dollar.

“The Wynne Liberals let the college strike drag on for far too long, putting students through unquestionable financial stress,” said Brown. “It’s good that the government is forcing colleges to set up this fund, but it’s time for the government to go one step forward and match this fund dollar for dollar.”

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