Ontario's debt is ridiculously out of control, and will only continue to get worse under the liberals. The Ontario liberals have made this province the most debt ridden province in history. The debt is projected to hit $312 BILLION in 2017 and $336 by 2019-2020. It is hard to believe that anyone could run things so horribly, without actually trying to bankrupt this province, but the liberals are certainly doing just that. They are the masters of lyin
Ontario's hydro-bill cuts will cost $21 billion more than they save us — it's terrible public policy DAVID REEVELY FIRST POSTED: WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2017 01:14 PM EDT The jiggery-pokery the Ontario Liberals are using to cut hydro bills will eventually cost us almost twice as much as it saves, the province’s budget watchdog reported Wednesday. This is the “Fair Hydro Plan,” the Liberals’ answer to the constant drumbeat of “hydro, hydro, hyd...
Wynne Liberals can’t be trusted The Liberal government under the leadership of Premier Kathleen Wynne, demonstrably, no longer deserves the public’s trust. (TORONTO SUN/FILES) Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government wants you to believe its horrid treatment of Maureen, a 75-year-old woman who was the victim of a government test program gone awry, is an exception to the rule. A rare case of “human error”, even if government bureaucrats had the gall to sugg
Wynne's shell game not fooling Ontarians Not everybody is an April Fool. For example the whole lets put Ontario’s excessive Hydro bills on another credit card at a higher interest rate thing didn’t work for Premier Kathleen Wynne and didn’t fool the public. The next batch of opinion polls following that kicking the Hydro can down the road for our kids to pay for showed her at 12% approval and at risk of winning just seven seats in next year’s elec
Ontario's debt a selfish burden on future generations - These two pathetic premieres of Ontario will go down as the worst leaders this province has ever seen. Their greed and lust for political power, completely at the expense of the taxpayer and hydro rate payer is shameful. The seeds of Ontario’s growing debt addiction were sown in the fertile soil of the 1999 provincial election campaign. Dalton McGuinty, the future premier, entered the campaign a