Ontario NDP Questions Whether Premier Will Use Prorogation And Throne Speech To Set Stage For Action That Counts For Province’s People

“We hope Premier Wynne (isn’t) just using prorogation to change the channel on her failed record.”

Statement from Ontario NDP House Leader Gilles Bisson

Posted September 8th, 2016 on Niagara At Large

Queen’s Park, Toronto – Ontario NDP House Leader Gilles Bisson issued the following statement (this Thursday, September 8th) in response to the Liberal decision to prorogue the Legislature.

It's now lights out in the Ontario legislature, at least until this coming Monday, September 12th

It’s now lights out in the Ontario legislature, at least until this coming Monday, September 12th

“It’s clear that Ontarians are not happy with the direction in which the Liberal government has been taking our province. Under Premier Wynne’s leadership, families are struggling and people are worried about the future.

We hope Premier Wynne has finally decided to stop ignoring the voices of Ontarians instead of just using prorogation to change the channel on her failed record. If the Premier is really determined to turn the page, then she can prove it in Monday’s throne speech by halting the sale of Hydro One, reversing her deep cuts to healthcare, and committing to good jobs for the future.

Ontarians will not be fooled by another Liberal public relations exercise. They want to see real action on their priorities.”

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One response to “Ontario NDP Questions Whether Premier Will Use Prorogation And Throne Speech To Set Stage For Action That Counts For Province’s People

  1. It seems to be a common thing for Canadian governments to prorogue government to turn down the heat.

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