New Production Line At Kellogg Shows Continued Confidence In Ontario
BELLEVILLE, ON, Sept. 21, 2011 /CNW/ - Premier Dalton McGuinty visited
the Kellogg Plant in Belleville today — the first manufacturing plant
the company has opened in North America in more than 20 years.
"Kellogg's investment is a vote of confidence in the skills and
knowledge of Ontario workers," said McGuinty. "It's another positive
sign that our investments in people are creating jobs."
Kellogg's Belleville plant is about to add a new production line,
creating 48 new jobs. With the new production line, the plant will add
Bran Buds and Kashi Heart to Heart to the Mini-Wheats cereal already
"It has been a great privilege to work with Kellogg to bring more good
jobs to our region," said Prince Edward-Hastings candidate Leona
Dombrowsky. "It's because of Dalton McGuinty's leadership that we are
able to attract this kind of investment that strengthens our community
and our families."
The Hudak PCs have $14 billion in unfunded giveaways and tax cuts that
would mean deep cuts to hospitals and schools. The Horwath NDP would
introduce a crushing $9 billion in job-killing taxes. Both would take
Ontario off track at the worst time.
"Ontario is on track for a stronger future," said McGuinty. "Only
Ontario Liberals have the strong plan that will help Ontario families
compete in the global economy."
SOURCE Ontario Liberal Party
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