Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Douglas K J Webster 4m
Reply Retweet Like
Ontario NDP 19m
This week we’ve heard what matters most to your friends and neighbours through our Building a Stronger Ontario survey. Add your voice today, and help the Official Opposition to Ford’s Agenda shape our priorities for the coming year.
Reply Retweet Like
Ken S from Ramara Jan 17
Guess more students should have voted on June 7th! 's tuition cuts is one of many negative results of their inaction.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyle Hutton Jan 17
The can squawk as much as they want about Wynne not endorsing Horwath and whatever, but the fact of the matter is that it would've made no difference - it wasn't 40-39, it was 40-33. Y'all just failed to appeal to who you needed to. Work on your side first.
Reply Retweet Like
Martin Kaneva 2h
The people of Grimsby must have little faith in and . Despite Ford's promise in November "We're going to build you a new hospital." Thousands of these signs continue to line the streets today.
Reply Retweet Like
Michael Bednarski Jan 17
It won't be good enough for the to complain about Doug Ford's cutbacks and takeovers. The NDP needs to state that it will reverse them.
Reply Retweet Like
Michael Bednarski Dec 23
If the wants my support in the next election, it needs ro support the full implementation of proportional representation--not just a convoluted referendum question.
Reply Retweet Like
iPolitics Dec 6
The NDP is calling on Ontario’s integrity commissioner to investigate Premier Doug Ford following the appointment of a family friend to the province’s top policing job. reports:
Reply Retweet Like
BlueToryest Jan 18
Premier just cut tuition fees by 10%, making like more affordable for students and their parents. When the was in power in Ontario they sent tuition fees through the roof. Remember ?
Reply Retweet Like
Michelle Langlois Dec 7
Ford govt's Bill 66 repeals the Pawnbroker's Act entirely. They say pawnbrokers can just be subject to local bylaws "like any other business". But they aren't just any other business. The rules in the Act are there for good reason. Look:
Reply Retweet Like
Michael Bednarski Dec 20
Doug Ford may be an a**hole. However, if the does not support the implementation of proportional representation (not just a referendum), the party will not get my support. Without actively supporting PR, the is just another anti-democratic party.
Reply Retweet Like
Ken S from Ramara Jan 17
Replying to @TheStudentsON
Should have voted on June 7th! Not voting has consequences! What are you doing to prevent a on Oct 17?
Reply Retweet Like
Ontario NDP 19h
There’s so much to do this year – where to start? Help us kick off a strong year of organizing, empowering, and building together. Share your priorities for the year with our quick survey.
Reply Retweet Like
Dean Rivando Jan 3
It seems those obsessed with commenting on the incompetent governance of Toronto City Council would like to rewrite history. They're apparently in denial about the lack of public backlash against Ford for reducing wards to 25.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul G. Dec 20
Liberals, again, acting just like the . Trampling workers constitutionally protected rights. Merry Christmas, Plebeians - the Patricians have spoken. Yet again. Kudos to the .
Reply Retweet Like
Kim Jan 17
Replying to @Kathleen_Wynne
Maybe you shouldn’t have gone after the NDP when you knew you were going to lose. You divided the vote and handed Ford a majority. This is on you and your party as well!!
Reply Retweet Like
NDP Grassroots Dec 24
provincial Liberals and Greens vote IN FAVOUR of Ford PCs anti-worker legislation. Only Horwath's sided with the workers. Liberal leader John Fraser & Green leader Mike Schreiner both voted against the workers.
Reply Retweet Like
Mason Cox 13h
I am already nervous about how I will pay for my post secondary education... and isn’t helping.
Reply Retweet Like
BlueToryest Jan 18
Premier to low income freeloaders who pay NO taxes - No more free tuition, the taxpayers can't afford it!
Reply Retweet Like
JFS Ottawa Dec 3
On Dec. 10, we hope Ontario's MPPs will come to meet , our fellow agency members + volunteer board members. Our clients are your constituents. In working with us, we can be the difference in the lives of over 250,000 Ontarians every year.
Reply Retweet Like