Steven Del Duca Started his Career in Politics Saying NO to Building Homes


TORONTO, May 15, 2022 – Steven Del Duca got his start in politics by saying NO to building homes.

 In 2010, when Steven Del Duca unsuccessfully ran for Vaughan City Council Ward 3, 
one of his central platform promises was to ‘fight’ the building of 1000 homes for Vaughan families.

 It should come as no surprise that Steven Del Duca got his start in politics by saying NO to building more homes. This is who he is. He opposes getting things built.

 Over 15 years, the Del Duca-Wynne Liberals failed to build homes for Ontario families.

 Steven Del Duca needs to answer how he could be trusted to build more homes in this province when he has a long track record of saying NO to building more homes.

 Only Doug Ford and the Ontario PCs will get it done and address Ontario’s shortage of homes by building 1.5 million new homes.

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