Cornwall Ontario – It’s fascinating to watch the political death of Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne. From the defection of ministers and other MPP’s who decided to bail and not run; to teacher’s unions going back to the NDP the day the writ dropped, and other union leaders telling members to
Brampton Ontario – With the 2018 provincial election heating up this summer folks are buzzing over what is next to come for Ontario. This (2018) election Brampton is on the rise. All five elected candidates running within the Brampton area districts this election being Sikh reflecting large portions of the
Cornwall Ontario – Premier Wynne’s election hopes are deader than Tim Hudak’s were , except uglier and nastier. Today’s Auditor General report showed that the Ontario deficit is nearly double that which the Wynne Government has disclosed. As reported in the Toronto Star “When expenses are understated, the perception
Cornwall Ontario – Wynne Liberal press releases have constantly labelled statements from former Leader Patrick Brown and current leader Doug Ford as fake news and lies. The grade school propaganda seems to have blown up in their face during this run to the Provincial election as former McGuinty Chief of
Statement from Ontario PC Caucus Chair Lisa Thompson On the afternoon of Friday April 6th, an allegation against the MPP from Kitchener-Conestoga was brought forward. The evidence presented to us included a written complaint from 2013 by a former intern about how she had been passed over for employment. There
Cornwall Ontario – Usually Cornwall doesn’t get much attention from political leaders in Ontario. At best it’s usually some glad handing at closed riding association events which was why it was nice that PC leader Doug Ford and his team gave CFN some one on one time via telephone Thursday.
Cornwall Ontario – Contrary to what certain pundits blather about, Doug Ford was the opponent Kathy Wynne didn’t want to face. Facing a well funded popular party with a leader that clearly is different than what else would be offered is a dilemma for the depleted and scandalized Wynne government.
Conrad Black: What happened to Patrick Brown was outrageous — but also an opportunity Justin Trudeau is a fair-minded person. He knows better than to greet the destruction of a prominent political career with joy (NAT POST) The sudden departure of Patrick Brown as leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives