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BREAKING: Worried about minimum wage? Hike prices on consumers: Wynne Liberals

Wynne Liberals tell businesses worried about wage hike to raise prices

Kathleen Wynne’s Labour Minister has some advice for small businesses worried about the reckless minimum wage hike: raise your prices.

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With premier set to testify in the Sudbury bribery trial, the Ontario PCs are focused on helping families get ahead

QUEEN’S PARK – Tomorrow, Premier Kathleen Wynne is set to testify in Sudbury as part of a political corruption court trial involving senior Liberal operatives. While Premier Wynne has been busy getting prepped by her lawyers and staff, the Ontario PCs have been busy standing up for Ontario families who are working harder, paying more and getting less under this Liberal government.

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Brown marks start of fall Legislative session, promises to hold the tired, politically corrupt Wynne Liberals accountable

This morning, Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown detailed the PC Caucus’ plans to hold the Wynne Liberals accountable in advance of the fall Legislative sitting.

“Life’s harder with the Liberals, and after 14 years in power they’ll never change. Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals are only in it for themselves and their insider friends,” said Brown. “With the Legislature back in session, the Ontario PCs look forward to hitting the ground running and holding the government to account.” 

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the nomination of Caroline Mulroney in York-Simcoe

“I congratulate Caroline on her nomination as the Ontario PC candidate for York-Simcoe.

“Caroline is a fantastic addition to our modern, inclusive and pragmatic Ontario PC team. Caroline has an extensive resume of experience at investment firms and as a lawyer. She is also the co-founder and chair of the Shoebox Project, which delivers gifts to women and girls in homeless shelters.

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Statement from Laurie Scott on Liberal Cannabis Distribution Plan

“The Trudeau Liberals have made the decision to legalize marijuana. We remain concerned about issues of public safety, including ensuring that there are strong measures to crack down on drug-impaired driving. Likewise, there have been a variety of concerns raised by public health officials and community members.

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