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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown Celebrating Islamic Heritage Month

“Today and throughout the month of October, we acknowledge and celebrate the many important contributions Ontarians of Muslim heritage have made and continue to make to our province.

“Ontarians of Islamic heritage trace their ancestry to every corner of the globe.  From Africa and the Middle East, to Europe, Asia, and beyond—the Islamic faith in Ontario is reflected in numerous cultures that are as diverse as Ontario itself.

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown Celebrating Hindu Heritage Month

“Today and throughout the month of October, we acknowledge and celebrate the many important contributions Ontarians of Hindu heritage have made and continue to make to our province.

“Hindu Heritage Month, first proclaimed in Ontario in 2016, is a time to recognize the vital part that our vibrant Hindu community has played in the remarkable story of Ontario.

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Epic Misfire from NDP MPPs disappointing: PC Leader Brown

Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown expressed disappointment today at the epic misfire from the provincial NDP directed at Nipissing MPP and life-long northerner Vic Fedeli.

“While the PCs raised alarm bells this week about Liberal attacks of the North over their egregious "No Man's Land" comments, the NDP sat silent. It’s only now, as the NDP realize they have lost momentum in the North, that they speak out,” said Patrick Brown.

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown Commemorating Yom Kippur

“Today at sundown, our Jewish friends and neighbours in Ontario and around the world commemorate Yom Kippur—The Day of Atonement.

“This observance is one of the holiest days on the Jewish calendar, marking the end of the Jewish High Holidays which began ten days ago with the celebration of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.

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Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown condemns Markham based anti-Chinese video game company

Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown is condemning Markham-based Big-O-Tree Games, the makers of an anti-Chinese video game called “Dirty Chinese Restaurant.”

“The Chinese-Canadian community is an integral part of our social fabric in Ontario. Derogatory and tasteless slurs like this against any community group are just plain wrong, and I fully condemn this attack on our hardworking Ontario business owners,” said Brown. 

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