Strong Local Team With A Strong Plan Committed To Best-Educated
RICHMOND HILL, ON, Sept. 12, 2011 /CNW/ - Premier Dalton McGuinty
highlighted the Ontario Liberal Plan to build a high-skills, high-wage
economy during a Chinese Moon Festival celebration in Richmond Hill
"The Chinese Moon Festival is all about being together — it's a good
time to reflect on how far we've come, because what Ontarians have
achieved together is nothing short of amazing," McGuinty said. "Whether
you're raising a family in Richmond Hill, Markham, Oak Ridges or
anywhere in between, our plan to move forward into a better future for
your family is working."
McGuinty was joined at the event by Richmond Hill candidate Reza Moridi,
Michael Chan and fellow Ontario Liberal Party candidates.
"Our plan is to build a highly skilled workforce so that we can
manufacture innovative clean technologies right here in Ontario," said
Premier Dalton McGuinty. "We're making Ontario the North American
powerhouse for clean-tech manufacturing."
The Ontario Liberals have worked to make Ontario an attractive place for
clean-energy companies to invest with the world-renowned Green Energy
Act, a highly competitive tax system and a highly-skilled workforce.
The plan is working. The clean-energy industry alone is creating 50,000
The PCs and NDP would kill the clean energy industry and tens of
thousands of jobs.
The Hudak PCs have a $14 billion hole in their platform — that means
deep cuts that will put our economy, education and health care at
risk. The Horwath NDP would introduce a crushing $9 billion in
job-killing taxes. Both would take Ontario off track at the worst
"With uncertainty in the global economy, Ontario families need
experience and a steady hand," said Richmond Hill candidate, Reza
Moridi. "That's the kind of strong leadership only Dalton McGuinty can
provide — backed by his plan for a high-skills, high-wage economy.
There's only one way to go — forward, together with the Ontario
SOURCE Ontario Liberal Party
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