Ontario PC Party Launches Lottogate Radio Ad

    TORONTO, April 3 /CNW/ - The Ontario PC Party today launched a
province-wide radio advertising campaign about Dalton McGuinty's handling of
the ongoing lottery scandal.
    "This is an issue-based advertising campaign designed to remind people
that Dalton McGuinty and his government have once again failed to provide the
leadership that this province needs," said John Laschinger, Ontario PC Party
Campaign Director. "In creating this scandal, Dalton McGuinty caused people to
lose confidence in government and he has not acted in the best interests of
    The advertisement, entitled "Dream," talks about how Dalton McGuinty's
government tried to cover up the lottery scandal instead of fixing the
problem. As a result, Dalton McGuinty has lost of the trust of Ontarians.
    "Dalton McGuinty and his Minister knew there were serious problems at the
Lottery Corporation but tried to cover them up until they were caught by the
Ombudsman," said Laschinger. "Instead of fixing the problem, Dalton McGuinty's
closest political confidantes were assigned to 'deal' with the scandal at the
OLG to deflect the negative fallout from the government."
    The advertisement is available at www.ontariopc.com

For further information:

For further information: John Laschinger, (647) 998-5797; Jan Dymond,
Communications Director, (416) 420-1717

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