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Wynne Liberals shamelessly self-promoting a delayed infrastructure project: “‘Cuz we’re good like that.”

Only the Wynne Liberals and Metrolinx are tone deaf enough to pat themselves on the back for a four year failure to deliver at Union Station amid growing commuter frustration, according to Ontario PC Transportation Critic Michael Harris.

After days of questions over the Minister of Transportation’s role in overruling Metrolinx recommendations on GO station approvals, they are coming under fire again for an advertisement promoting the new Bay Concourse at Union Station. 

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Durham workers and entrepreneurs deserve better from the Wynne Liberals

DURHAM - Today Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown attended a roundtable with local businesses owners to discuss barriers to starting and growing a business in Ontario. Brown was joined by Lindsey Park, the Ontario PC candidate for Durham, and Whitby-Oshawa MPP Lorne Coe. 

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on Ontario's opioid crisis

In response to a letter sent to Premier Kathleen Wynne by more than 700 health care workers on Ontario’s opioid crisis, Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown issued the following statement:                                                                                                                

“The Ontario PCs have been very clear, Ontario is in the midst of an opioid crisis. Between 2006 and 2015, fentanyl overdose deaths in Ontario have soared by 548 per cent. Opioid overdoses and abuse can tear apart families and communities, and our vulnerable youth are being put at risk.

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Statement from MPP Michael Harris, Re. Corruption of Process – GO Station approval

"The Wynne Liberals are so arrogant they think they can ignore expert analysis and corrupt the process for their own political gain. This $100 million backroom manipulation completely undermines due diligence, and points to the fact the Wynne Liberals will do or say anything to cling to power.”

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the Ottawa Pride Parade

“As I’ve always said, it doesn’t matter who you love, where you’re from, or where you worship, you have a home in the Ontario PC Party. I was proud to be the first Ontario PC Party Leader to march in the Toronto Pride Parade, and since that time I have enjoyed sharing our party’s inclusive message at Pride celebrations across the province. I am truly looking forward to taking part in Ottawa Pride this year!”

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