Beaches - East York Constituency Association


Every Ontarian Should Ask Themselves:

    Am I or my family, better off than four years ago?
    What has my MPP done for me lately?

  Over the last 15 years, the Liberal Government has managed to grow Ontario's net debt from $130 billion to $310 billion in spite of increasing/new taxes, such as health premium, tire tax , eco "fee", WSIB tax increase, HST, etc. and making drastic cuts in social services, such as delisting coverage of optometry, chiropractic, physiotherapy services. Meanwhile, Ontarians had to cough up additional money for skyrocketing hydro rates, tuition fees, auto Insurance, etc.

   The Ontario's sunshine list published in 2018 showed more than 131,700 people earned more than $100,000, including the CEO of Ontario Power Generation who came out on top, taking home nearly $1.6 million in 2017.

  We must ask ourselves how Ontarians end up become chronic procrastinators?!

  In the 2014 Ontario General Election less than 52% of eligible voters cast their votes, and almost half of the population did not. Liberal MPPs formed the majority government with less than 14%, and all 107 elected MPPs received less than 25% of the eligible votes in Ontario. And as a result, chances for dishonest individuals to get elected increased drastically.

  Voters, before and during the 2014 election, were well informed about dozens of scandals that were a strain on Ontario's taxpayers. Billions of public money were wasted by the Liberals on slush funds, eHealth, CancerCare Ontario, forced "Smart" hydro meters, gas plant cancellation, Ornge, MaRS, OLG, LHIN, General Motors Auto and Nortel Pensions Bailouts, Samsung deal, offshore wind turbines, etc.

  The Liberal government oppressions are not limited to just financial matters, they also infringe on citizens' property rights and common law rights: G20, Caledonia, Children's Aid Society, MPAC, OMB, solar power in rural Ontario, Niagara Falls Commission, just to name a few!

So why do Ontarians choose to stay in this abusive relationship? Is it because they .

  • Fear their abusive Government?
  • See no way out?
  • Are attached to their abuser?
  • Economically depend on their abuser?
  • Cling to the hope that one day the situation becomes acceptable, if not satisfactory?

  The first step for concerned Ontarians who want to get rid of the existing oppressive liberal regime is to change the way they think when it comes to political parties!

     Thanks for voting.