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Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the gas plants verdict

“It’s a sad day when a premier’s most senior official is found guilty of trying to orchestrate a cover-up of the $1.1 billion gas plant scandal. The guilty verdict is an indictment of the 15 years of Liberal political corruption that has long been rooted in the premier’s office.

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Wynne Yes Man Red Ed Bad Pairing for LCBO

Yesterday the Ontario Liberal Party shone the bat-signal down University Avenue to let Ed Clark know Kathleen Wynne needed him back. With Wynne Yes Man Red Ed now chair of the LCBO, well-connected, insider friends of Kathleen Wynne will continue to get ahead while you and your family struggle to get by.

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Statement from MPP Bill Walker regarding senior abuse in long term-care homes

“This is deplorable and unacceptable. Ontarians deserve to have the best standard of care possible and no senior should ever fear that their health and their safety may be at risk while receiving care in a long-term care home. To this end, I again urge the Minister to take immediate action to address these serious violations of safety, security and well-being of seniors and to also testify before the Public Inquiry into Long-Term Care Homes.
"As the regulator and guardian of our most vulnerable seniors in care, the Minister has a direct and significant interest in going before the Inquiry. Ontarians need assurance that he will take responsibility and ensure that this can never happen again under their watch.”
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Shuffling chairs on a sinking ship

TORONTO - Today, Premier Wynne’s Liberal government suffers blows with the loss of key veterans in Cabinet, as she announces replacements to try and keep the ship afloat.

“Premier Wynne’s cabinet remains bloated despite the fact that her key ministers don’t want to run again,” said Ontario PC Deputy Leader Steve Clark. “Wynne has made this cabinet the largest in the country, has the privilege of overseeing a record of scandal, mismanagement, and waste, and the largest debt of any province or state in the world.”

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Northern Ontario mental health crisis showcased at Sudbury committee hearing

SUDBURY - This morning, at a pre-budget committee hearing in Sudbury, Ontario’s growing mental health crisis was highlighted by a couple of presenters who urged the government to take immediate action. 

The Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs heard from the Sudbury/Manitoulin branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association, and the Child and Family Centre. Both of these presentations highlighted funding gaps and the need for increased funding and supports.
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