Ontario Liberals’ Rhetoric Can’t Hide Their Record in Toronto

September 20, 2023


TORONTO – Before the Ontario Liberals’ second leadership debate, the Ontario PC Party
released the following statement:

“In two straight elections, voters have said NO to the Liberals and stripped them of official party

The people of Ontario haven’t forgotten the Liberal record: creating the healthcare crisis, firing
1,600 nurses, freezing healthcare funding, driving up the cost of living, closing over 600 schools,
and driving 300,000 manufacturing jobs out of the province.

Worse, the Liberal leadership candidates just can’t stop saying NO.

While our PC Team is moving forward with our plan for the biggest public transit expansion in
Ontario’s history, some Liberal leadership candidates said NO.

While our PC team is building Ontario’s economy with lower taxes, less red tape, and strong pay
cheques for workers, some Liberal leadership candidates said NO.

The Liberals’ rhetoric can’t hide their record. The only thing they have is their continued ability to
say NO to getting it done.

While the Liberals continue down their path of saying NO, our PC team will continue to move
forward with our ambitious plan to get it done.”

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