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Parth Panwala May 24
exactly two weeks left before . was in Scarborough this evening reiterating that the election is not about who we are fighting against, but rather about who we are fighting for.
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Jordan Kent May 31
That’s complete BS . A costed platform shows how the you’ll pay for ur promises, what they’ll cost & what cuts you’ll make to healthcare to fulfill ur promises. Stop misleading & release a fully costed platform.
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Kulvinder Kaur MD May 21
Concerned Ontario Doctors is holding a series of candidate debates throughout the GTA to allow political candidates of all stripes 2share their plans to address crisis: Attend &be informed!
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Janice Nicholson Jun 2
From the moment she entered public life, until today, as she bows out as Premier, has done it with class, with the best of intentions & still, quite frankly with the best, most realistic vision for Ontario.
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Yvan Baker May 20
On long weekends, we canvass! Big thanks to our volunteers, the Honourable @AhmedDHussen , Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship and MP for York South - Weston and Councillor @Campbell4Ward4 for supporting progress in Etobicoke Centre!
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Noah Parker May 28
Yesterday I cast my ballot for @David4TC and the team! Their pragmatic approach to ensuring government works for everyone, coupled with David's history of advocacy made it an easy choice! Go vote - it's fun and easy!
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Kate Festeryga May 29
Greenhouses are an integral part of our economy here in Essex. That's why I'm proud to be part of a government that has provided supports for them to scale up, go global, and provide even more jobs to our community
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Lyndsay Miller May 25
I like front pages...keep @Jim_BradleyMPP working for you!
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Ashley Csanady May 27
The basic income pilot is, hands down, one of the best things has done. This thread has me feeling all the feels. We need to vote for so the results of this pilot don't go to waste
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Jess Spindler May 19
The Ontario Liberals have a fully costed, realistic plan for child care: making it free for every child from the age of 2½ until the day they start full-day kindergarten, saving families an average $17,000 per child.
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Donna Tiqui-Shebib May 27
We’re voting in the early polls for the only candidate with the experience & compassion to represent us in . often says that Hamilton West Ancaster Dundas has the longest name because it’s the riding with the biggest heart. That’s Ted. That’s
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Lana M Jun 1
A few thoughts: Didn't think twice about who to vote for. Kitchener Centre is thriving thanks to and thanks to for leading with her strong advocacy! 4 more years! So proud to support a great candidate!
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Kathleen Wynne Jun 2
We will keep fighting for the countless hard-working families who contribute so much to our communities and count on government to make their lives a little bit easier, and their futures just a bit brighter.
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Maddy Porter May 30
Voted for & the Party in the advance polls! This election is about .
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Kulvinder Kaur MD May 28
Join Us in ! Everyone is welcome Candidate Healthcare Debate for Mississauga, & Attend & be informed about how candidates plan to address Crisis    
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Cajaanan Jeyanathan May 16
Casted my first vote today in my riding of ! In DVE, there’s a clear choice. I voted for a candidate who’s fought for investments in education all his life. I’m proud to have voted for candidate, . This election, I’m choosing .
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Li Koo May 31
The Plan for universal Pre-School Childcare is best for families, with experts calling it the most sound. On other hand, experts say the NDP plan is "a promise that sounds good, but it’s a promise that can’t be delivered,”
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Kulvinder Kaur MD Jun 1
Join Us Tomorrow! Public Rally outside ’s campaign office- let’s make this a Rally It’s time for Patients, MDs, Nurses, HCWs &ALL Ontarians to unite to protect &
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Kate Festeryga May 25
Farmers feed cities. They are also business people. And $500 million for broadband investments will go a long way..
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Harinder Malhi May 23
Almost everyone in knows someone living with . Ontario Liberals are taking action to end diabetes. Today and announced a Diabetes Centre of Excellence to support people living with this disease.
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