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PC candidate Susan Truppe refuses to attend health-care debate: London Health Coalition

The London Health Coalition is calling out Progressive Conservative Susan Truppe for declining to attend an all-candidates debate about health care.

The debate is sponsored by the local health coalition along with the Middlesex-Elgin Chapter of the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) and will cover public issues raised by both organizations in their election platforms. 540 more words

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Former Ontario Tory leader Patrick Brown writing book on his 'political assassination'

The scandal-plagued former leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative party is writing a tell-all book detailing what he describes as his “political assassination.”

Patrick Brown says the new book, titled… 513 more words

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Echoes of Trump in Canada as Ontario heads to the polls — The Crusader Journal

By Andrea Hopkins OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada’s most populous province looks set to elect as premier in June a plain-spoken Progressive Conservative often compared to U.S.

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Who is Doug Ford? Ontario PC leader seeks to unseat Wynne and Liberals

TORONTO – Eight years after a populist wave handed Rob Ford the reins of Canada’s largest city, his brother is testing the same brand of everyman appeal on the provincial stage. 1,052 more words

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Who is Andrea Horwath? Ontario NDP leader campaigns on 'change for the better'

TORONTO – The third time may well prove to be a charm for Andrea Horwath, who both pundits and polls suggest has the most to gain in Ontario’s spring election. 1,058 more words

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Kathleen Wynne takes her campaign to Doug Ford's home turf as election kicks off

TORONTO – The first day of Ontario’s election campaign saw the Liberal premier venture into the heart of Doug Ford‘s suburban territory to squarely take aim at her Tory rival, while he tried to woo urban voters with transit promises. 771 more words

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Former New Brunswick MP Keith Ashfield dies at 66

Keith Ashfield, a former federal MP and cabinet minister in the New Brunswick provincial government, has died at the age of 66.

The Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick (PCNB) tweeted out the news on Sunday. 274 more words

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