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Michael Coteau 12h
In my 15 years of public life I have never seen such a cruel group of politicians. CUTS to meal programs for children is inconceivable. CUTS to public education, after school programs, autism and youth mental health is destroying our future.
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Amanda Alvaro Apr 19
THEY ARE CANCELLING BREAKFAST FOR CHILDREN. But adults can start drinking at 9AM. Stop celebrating buck-a-beer and tailgate parties and start demanding better for our kids. What kind of province do we want to live in? What kind of country?
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Peter Kelly 🇨🇦 Apr 21
Moody’s downgrades Ontario’s credit rating, citing revenue cuts under Doug Ford - The Globe and Mail
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Paul VanZant Apr 19
Premier has a pretty good gig: He gets 3 mo. summer holidays, 2 mo. off at Christmas, Fridays off, and over $200,00/yr for showing up to work only 1/2 the time - all without a HS education. And a cast of overpaid and underqualified ministers to parrot his every comment.
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Ajay Apr 17
So my daughter has severe vision impairment. She doesn't know my face. Today, her vision teacher with was cut. can you explain why my daughter is being further discriminated?
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Richard Southern 8h
- The Ontario government is purposing ending OHIP coverage for Canadians traveling outside of the country. OHIP currently covers up to $400 a day for out of country inpatient care. The change would happen October 1, 2019.
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Mike Crawley Apr 18
Can’t help but notice the Ford government dumped this news on the afternoon leading into a long weekend (a tactic the Wynne and McGuinty Liberals used often as well.)
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Terence Kernaghan NDP Apr 18
Libraries are pillars of our community and provide Ontarians with all sorts of services and programming. What a devastating attack on our ability to freely access knowledge.
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Kristyn Wong-Tam Apr 18
Everyday gets worst. Slash and burn. $1B Toronto Public Health 50% Ontario public libraries Rich developers can now pay to kill endangered species?! Time to shut him down. General strike. May 1st.
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Neil Before Zod™ Apr 18
The cruelty of the Doug Ford Government is appalling. Without the Ontario Library Service, nearly all small town and rural libraries may have to cut back or close. No one voted for fewer libraries Premier Ford.
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CP24 7h
Ford government proposes ending OHIP coverage for Ontarians travelling abroad by Oct. 1, 2019
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Tyler Watt 🇨🇦 Apr 23
Lets start a thread... Reply to this tweet with something that Doug Ford cares less about compared to beer and alcohol. 🍻 I'll start: - 600 breakfast school programs
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Lisa Gretzky 3h
I've heard from social assistance recipients& advocates that the Ford gov is holding closed-door invite-only "consultations" on the new ODSP disability definition. This definition will directly impact thousands of vulnerable ppl. Min MacLeod, consults MUST be transparent
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Suze Morrison Apr 19
Confirmed case of measles in the PC Health Minister's riding. Hey - we need public health to keep people (including your own constituents) safe. It's not too late to walk back your dangerous and cruel cuts to public health.
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Robert Benzie Apr 23
It could cost taxpayers $1B in damages to to keep the 's campaign promise of beer in corner stores thanks to the 10-year deal signed by the government in 2015.
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PressProgress Apr 23
Doug Ford’s cuts threaten 600 school breakfast programs that UNICEF says low-income children need
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Mike Radan Apr 20
ONT Liberals inherited a Mike Harris financial mess where $0.15 of every revenue $ was paying interest on the debt he had incurred. Wynne left us paying $0.082. Already, Doug has raised that to $0.086. Why do people keep saying conservatives can manage $? No they can't
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Stephen Lautens 6h
Hey crusty old PC-votin' Snowbirds - Ontario government proposes ending OHIP coverage for travel outside Canada
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Mike Crawley Apr 18
Sticker price!. An official with the Ford government tells CBC News that it will cost $4,954 to print the 25,000 anti-carbon-tax stickers to be plastered on every gas pump in Ontario.
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Doug Ford Apr 23
Thanks to the Ontario Job Creation Investment Incentive, we're looking at between 15,000 to 90,000 net new jobs, and that will be on top of the over 120,000 net new jobs in Ontario that we've already helped create.
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