Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the nomination of Kinga Surma as the candidate for Etobicoke Centre
November 22, 2016
Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the nomination of Kinga Surma as the Ontario PC Party’s candidate for Etobicoke Centre:
“I congratulate Kinga Surma on her nomination by Ontario PC members of Etobicoke Centre as our newest candidate.
“A long-time activist within the Polish-Canadian community, and having served as a board member with local organizations like the Stomegate Community Health Centre and Polycultural Immigrant Community Services, Kinga understands the challenges her community faces. Through her experience working at all three levels of government and as a tireless conservative activist, I am sure that Kinga will be a strong representative for the residents of Etobicoke Centre.
“Under this Liberal Government, Ontario is at a disadvantage. Families and businesses can’t afford skyrocketing hydro rates. Cut after cut to health care services has meant more time waiting for care, and taxpayer dollars continue to be wasted. After 13 years of Liberal scandal, waste and mismanagement, life’s harder for Ontario families and businesses.
“In Etobicoke Centre and across the province, the Ontario PC Party will continue to work hard to earn the trust of voters. We will continue to present Ontarians with a Party that is modern, inclusive and ready to govern, while sharing our positive message of change for a more prosperous future.”
“I would also like to thank Pina Martino for running a strong campaign and for her contributions to the Ontario PC cause.”
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