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Patrick Brown Calls for Action in the North

During the Ontario PC caucus retreat in Timmins, Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown announced important steps to improve the lives of families and workers in Northern Ontario on matters that have been ignored by the Wynne Liberals.

“Let’s face it: Northern Ontario has been ignored by the Wynne Liberals for far too long. They have left hardworking Northern Ontario families paying more and getting less,” said Brown. “This was a key theme discussed by our Ontario PC Party. The North matters.”

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown Celebrating Ukraine’s Independence Day

“I am pleased to extend my best wishes to Ontario’s Ukrainian community as we celebrate the 26th anniversary of Ukraine’s Independence.

Canada is home to nearly 1.3 million Canadians of Ukrainian heritage with close to one-third calling Ontario their home. Ontario’s vibrant Ukrainian community has contributed immeasurably to our province and our country. They have played an important role in building our prosperous and pluralistic society.

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What are the Liberals hiding in horseracing lawsuit?

Last night, the Toronto Star reported that the province is trying to block testimonies from former premier Dalton McGuinty and other senior officials, in a lawsuit surrounding the cancellation of Ontario’s slot program in 2012.

The lawsuit against the Liberal Government includes claims of breach of contract, negligence, and unjust enrichment.

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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown Commemorating Black Ribbon Day

"Today, we pay tribute to the victims and survivors of Communist and Nazi tyranny in Europe, and honour the brave men and women who stood up to these evil regimes to defend their values and beliefs.

Black Ribbon Day marks the anniversary of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, signed in 1939 between the former Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, which ultimately led to the repression and slaughter of millions of people.

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Opioid Crisis Calls for Ban on Pill Presses: Brown

Today Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown joined Kitchener-Conestoga MPP Michael Harris for a roundtable discussion on Ontario’s opioid crisis. The roundtable included senior law enforcement officials, public health officials and community members. 

“Opioid and fentanyl abuse have reached a crisis point in Ontario. When so many preventable deaths are occurring it’s clear we need to focus on preventative measures that stop this crisis in its tracks,” said Brown. “Too often, opioids are cheap and easy to get, they’re dangerous – bootleg fentanyl is a real problem.”

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