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Hudak: Ontario PCs Will Build Subways Without New Taxes

April 14, 2014

While commuters struggle to get to work and home, Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak is pledging to build new subways without raising taxes.

Hudak and Ontario PC GTA Transportation Critic Doug Holyday met with the media in front of Bloor-Yonge Station during this morning rush hour.


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April 14, 2014
Hudak: Ontario PCs Will Build Subways Without New Taxes

While commuters struggle to get to work and home, Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak is pledging to build new subways without raising taxes.

Hudak and Ontario PC GTA Transportation Critic Doug Holyday met with the media in front of Bloor-Yonge Station during this morning rush hour.



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April 10, 2014
Statement from Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak on the death of Jim Flaherty

“The sudden death today of friend and mentor Jim Flaherty was a huge blow to the heart, both personally and politically.

“Jim was like family in both areas.

“Thoughts and prayers from me, my wife Deb, and my entire PC Caucus go out to his three boys, Galen, Quinn and John, and his wife, Christine Elliott, the Deputy Leader of the Ontario PCs.



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April 10, 2014
Same Government, Same Coverup: Ontario PCs Launch Gas Plant Scandal Ad

The Ontario PC Party is launching a television ad linking Premier Kathleen Wynne to the $1.1 billion Liberal gas plant scandal, Campaign Manager Ian Robertson said today.

“While Kathleen Wynne attacks us with lawyers, we intend to respond with the facts,” said Robertson. “While the Liberals want to pursue a legal opinion, we will prosecute our case in the court of public opinion.”



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April 08, 2014
Ontario PCs Will End College Of Trades Tax Grab: Hudak

While tradespeople protested against the Ontario College of Trades outside the Legislative Assembly, PC Leader Tim Hudak made his pledge to put an end to the Liberal-created bureaucracy.

Today, Hudak was joined by Ontario PC Training and Apprenticeship Critic Garfield Dunlop, as the two marked the first anniversary of a tax grab by the Liberal College of Trades that it calls ‘membership fees.’



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April 07, 2014
While Liberals Focus On Political Games, I’m Focused On Jobs: Hudak

As Kathleen Wynne focuses on personal vendettas and reckless spending, Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak is calling on the government to adopt his plan for jobs.

Today, Hudak was joined by Ontario PC Finance Critic Vic Fedeli, as the two revealed this week’s Liberal Budget Leaking Team announcements.



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April 04, 2014
Tim Hudak Toronto Leader’s Dinner Speech

Two weeks ago, Kathleen Wynne stood in a room very much like this one, and spoke to an audience… a bit like you.

A few of you might have been there yourselves.

I get along well with the premier… even though it may not be obvious this particular week. We came up through our parties together, and we’re able to talk frankly about where we stand.



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April 04, 2014
Yet Another Month Of Manufacturing Job Losses Under The Liberals

“If we have learned anything about the McGuinty-Wynne Liberals, it is that they have a proven track record of costing the province our manufacturing jobs,” said Ontario PC MPP Jane McKenna.

McKenna made the comments following the news that Ontario lost 8,000 manufacturing jobs last month. March also marked the 87th consecutive month that Ontario’s unemployment rate was above the national ‎average.



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April 04, 2014
Hudak To Host Province-Wide One Hour Radio Show

On this Sunday’s edition of “The Province,” on the Bell Media Talk Network, Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak takes the mic once again to host the full, one hour radio show. Mr. Hudak’s guests this week include PC MPP Garfield Dunlop, Critic for Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship Reform and Karen Renkema of the Progressive Contractors Association of Canada.



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April 03, 2014
$11.3 Billion Deficit Proof Liberals Have No Plan To Balance Budget

Today’s statement from the Finance Minister is more proof this government has no plan to reduce the deficit, which means we will see further job losses and it will threaten the things we care about, like health care and education, said Ontario PC Finance Critic Vic Fedeli.

“Quite frankly, it’s very difficult, given what we’ve seen from this government, to believe anything they say regarding Ontario’s finances,” said Fedeli.



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April 02, 2014
Bureaucrat Must Step Down In Light Of OPP Investigation: Ontario PCs

As fallout from the Liberal gas plant scandal cover up continues, Ontario PC Energy Critic Lisa MacLeod is calling for Ontario’s Chief Information Officer, David Nicholl, to step aside.

“He opened the door to the hacker who was given unfettered access to the Premier’s office and to public records, according to the OPP.”



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