Horwath responds to Ontario PC election

NDP leader Andrea Horwath has been busy in Hamilton supporting businesses and residents on Locke Street.

Reacting to last night’s election of Doug Ford as the new Progressive Conservative leader, she feels the PC Party is not fit to lead the province in the next election.

While Ford has been vocal about his ambition to unseat Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne, Horwath believes the province is craving change and is confident in her platform.

MPP for Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale, Ted McMeekin, agrees the province wants change. As parliamentary assistant to the premiere, McMeekin says Wynne wants to do right by the people of Ontario.

McMeekin says Premiere Wynne’s budget will be released on March 28 while Horwath says voters can expect to hear the details of her platform in the coming weeks.


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OakieRF says:

about time, never hear word one about the NDP platform, every time she’s on the news she’s just complaining about the other parties