McGuinty Says The Progress We've Made - and the Progress We Can Make in
the Years Ahead - Is At Stake on October 10th
LONDON, ON, Sept. 12 /CNW/ - Ontario Liberals are fighting for families
and the public services they depend on, says Premier Dalton McGuinty.
"After so many years of conflict and cuts and division, first under the
NDP and then Conservatives, Ontario is moving forward," he told a party
gathering here tonight.
"So this election is a watershed moment in Ontario's history, and
Ontarians have a decision to make: vote Liberal, and choose to keep moving
forward together. Or vote for one of the other parties, and end up with
another Conservative government, with the same, old failed Conservative
approach, one that will take us backwards."
London North Centre candidate Deb Matthews said the Ontario Liberals have
the team, the plan and the leader to keep Ontario moving forward.
"There's no one more committed to the well-being of Ontario families than
Dalton McGuinty," said Matthews.
"He has a positive vision, focused on publicly funded schools and health
care, because be believes these are the things that provide every Ontarian
with the opportunity to succeed."
"Right here in London, we've hired more than 428 new teachers, we've got
two new family health teams, and improved public transportation," said Khalil
Ramal, Liberal candidate in London-Fanshawe..
"All of those things are at risk if the Conservatives are allowed to take
Ontario backwards," said Labour Minister Steve Peters, Liberal candidate in
"Across Ontario, our plan is getting results, but we have much more to
do," said Training Colleges and Universities Minister Chris Bentley, the
Liberal candidate in London West.
McGuinty told the crowd: "We've come too far together, and we want too
much for Ontario families, to do anything but keep moving forward."
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