Published on May 29, 2018

Ontario PC team will be ready to deliver meaningful change on day one

Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford today joined a roundtable of Ontario PC candidates to discuss the issues that they have been hearing during the election campaign. During the discussion, Ford and his fellow candidates also discussed the steps that an Ontario PC Government will take to deliver immediate, meaningful and affordable change following the June 7 election.


“Our team of candidates will be ready, right out of the gates on June 8th, to provide the leadership and direction Ontario needs,” said Ford. “This team is prepared to put more money in your pocket, clean up the hydro mess, create good jobs, restore accountability and cut hospital wait times — and we will be ready on day one.


Joining Ford at his roundtable were a team of candidates from across Ontario including Caroline Mulroney (York-Simcoe), Christine Elliott (Newmarket-Aurora), Doug Downey (Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte), Greg Rickford (Kenora—Rainy River), Lisa MacLeod (Nepean), Peter Bethlenfalvy (Pickering–Uxbridge), Raymond Cho(Scarborough North), Rod Phillips (Ajax), Roshan Nallaratnam (Scarborough Guildwood), Sandie Bellows (St. Catharines), Vic Fedeli (Nipissing) and Donna Skelly (Flamborough-Glanbrook) and Michael Parsa (Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill).


“Andrea Horwath has already admitted that her candidates will need special ‘training’ before they can be trusted,” said Ford. “But we have the right plan, we have the right team and we are going to get the job done for the people,” Ford concluded. “And we will be ready starting on day one.”