Published: Sat, May 26, 2018
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Liberals release tape that they say would implicate PC Leader Doug Ford

Liberals release tape that they say would implicate PC Leader Doug Ford

"I'd say she lives in a glass house and she should stop throwing the stones". In the months before the campaign, polls had shown the Tories with a hefty lead, followed by the Liberals and the NDP.

The New Democrats have released a full platform, and the Liberals have so far been campaigning on the policies laid out in their recent budget. "When it comes to June 7 they're either going to vote in a radical NDP.or they can vote for a Doug Ford PC government". "This is way too important that we continue to talk at the doors across this province about what we have done and what we can do going forward". The party would win just five ridings. "It just harkens back to the Mike Harris era and current Trump-style politics". In all, 28 per cent of those asked named her, while 23 per cent - most men - said Ford. "We went through an appeals process and the appeal was totally dismissed", Ford said at a campaign stop at a metal fabrication company in Tillsonburg, about 30 kilometres southeast of London. "They are dreamers, we are doers".

As the NDP's popularity appears to rise, so has the attention from its competitors, who have increasingly focused their attacks on the party in recent days.

The PC leader has said the party is looking into whether the allegedly stolen 407 ETR customer data may have been used by some candidates to win nomination races.

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Horwath said all parties agree the plant can't operate forever. Ford is running on traditional right leaning themes of cutting waste and lowering taxes, but his lack of an actual election platform and inability to expand on the famous catchphrase he developed along with his late brother of "finding efficiencies" is hurting him, particularly with those whose votes he needs to expand the Tory base.

Ford also has a single campaign event on his schedule, also in Toronto.

The Tories also held a separate news conference with two candidates to accuse the New Democrats of having several "radical" candidates, including September 11 conspiracy theorists and a woman who is against wearing a poppy on Remembrance Day.

On page 11 of the NDP's northern Ontario platform, it states the party plans to "maintain funding and support" for the NOHFC.

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