Blog Posts - Mcguinty



You Think It’s Bad Now…

It’s going to get much worse, writes former Federal Cabinet minister, Joe Oliver: “What explains the Ontario Liberal government’s $7 billion Climate Change Action Plan, which will infringe on people’s freedom, impose debilitating cost...
by Wainfleet Wind Action on Jun 15, 2016

Industrial Wynne Turbine

Hydro Rates Going Up, Again!. (Toronto Sun, Dec.30/15) Start the New Year off right, pay more for Hydro… with Wynne you lose. Due to Liberal incompetence, hydro bills skyrocketed 70% between 2008 and 2014 alone, with no end in sight. … Co...
by Wainfleet Wind Action on Dec 30, 2015

HORSE MANURE

One of the main, if not the defining one, reasons for Green Energy is the Climate Scam (based on normal changing weather patterns as interpreted by all the (rich) Chicken Littles of the World). As a result, Ontario suffers terrible … Continue r...
by Wainfleet Wind Action on Dec 24, 2015

More Good News

52% higher than New Brunswick OWR Residential Power Bill Comparison 2015: Ontario 52% higher than New Brunswick Hydro One Total $229.04 New Brunswick Total $123.01 Courtesy of the McWynne government of Ontario, the best ever!
by Wainfleet Wind Action on Nov 14, 2015

Teachers demand Premier Kathleen Wynne stands and delivers

Three Ontario school boards are asking the Ontario Labour Relations Board to decide on the legality of high school teachers’ strikes. The Durham, Peel and Rainbow/Sudbury boards believe the strikes are not allowed under the current legislation beca...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on May 14, 2015

Corporate Welfare is Green

The Ontario Liberals in Opposition used to go on about corporate welfare (subsidies from government to corporations) to match the NDP rants on the same. The Ontario Liberal Government in power created the Green Energy policies that are now regulated...
by Wainfleet Wind Action on Mar 4, 2015

The Cons are already lining up their hate campaign in Ottawa South…

…in advance of next year’s Federal election. I was just cruising through Twitter and found this: Looking through the followers of this anonymous account, there is a veritable who’s-who of the Ottawa conservative Twitter attack dawg...
by Trashy's World on Jul 26, 2014

One week in and Hudak’s looking good

This time around, Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak seems to be doing a really good job of articulating his party’s agenda and making the contrast—in his favour—between his PCs and Kathleen Wynne’s Grits. I especially like the fiscal...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on May 13, 2014

On June 12 Ontarians have chance to choose a better way

Back in the 1995, Ontario found itself in much the same mess as we’re faced with in 2014: bloated, ineffective government; unhealthily high trade union influence on government policy; structural (that is to say, permanent) budget deficits; and an o...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on May 6, 2014

Ghosts of elections past: McGuinty, Harris and Rae

In the 41-day campaign that will culminate with a June 12 Ontario general election, look for three names to feature prominently: McGuinty, Harris and Rae. The New Democrats and Progressive Conservatives will try their best to tie Liberal leader Kathl...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on May 5, 2014

Hudak is sticking to his guns but is mud sticking to Wynne?

Tim Hudak is sticking to his charge that Ontario’s Premier Kathleen Wynne was running the show at Queen’s Park during the period when Dalton McGuinty’s then chief of staff, David Livingston, had 24 computer hard drives in the premier’s office...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Mar 31, 2014

How does Wynne’s loading of social costs onto businesses bring jobs back to Ontario?

The Liberal premier of Ontario seems determined to load social costs onto the backs of our job creators. Ontario has shed jobs in the tens of thousands in recent years, but still the premier insists on making it more expensive for businesses to opera...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Jan 29, 2014

Scraping the grease off the skids under Ontario’s economy

The upcoming by-elections in February is a chance for, at least, a few Ontario voters to tell Premier Kathleen Wynne they are “fed up and won’t take it anymore.” [Apologies to the 1976 movie, Network.] No more scandals like eHealth, ORNGE Air A...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Jan 25, 2014

Another Liberal billion-dollar bamboozle

The Canadian Press reported earlier this week that, according to the New Democrats, Ontario ratepayers paid $1-billion in 2013 to subsidize the sale of excess power to Manitoba, Quebec, New York, Michigan and Minnesota. Ontario has contracts calling...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Jan 24, 2014

After 7 Years Harper Government Realize Need For Improved Public Sector’s Performance

Public servants, like government ministers, don’t get fired for incompetence and waste. The current poster child of waste and ineffectiveness is former Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty who along with his rogues slapped a half billion dollar bill on...
by managing God's Money Weblog on Jun 5, 2013

Ontario Grits choose more of the same…

When the Ontario Liberal Party elected former cabinet minister Kathleen Wynne at its leadership convention last weekend, delegates and party insiders chose to stay the course mapped out for them by retiring leader Dalton McGuinty. In other words, the...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Feb 1, 2013

Ontario’s Grits choose McGuinty’s replacement Jan 25

The Ontario Liberal party will select a new leader at a delegated convention this weekend in Toronto. There are six candidates to replace the retiring Dalton McGuinty: former Windsor-West MPP Sandra Pupatello, former education minister Kathleen Wynne...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Jan 22, 2013

Privatize liquor sales and gambling a Tory bait and switch?

Tim Hudak, the leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, suggests we take a look at privatizing liquor sales and gambling in Ontario. So, is this just another political bait and switch scheme or does he really intend to follow through and inco...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Dec 9, 2012

Friday miscellany…

... unapologetically-a-fan-of-my-MP edition… I am getting more than a little pissed off about the treatment that my MP, David McGuinty, is getting these days just because he lost his composure for an instant and blurted something that, al...
by Trashy's World on Nov 23, 2012

Apparently being Alberta-first disqualifies MPs from being in Ottawa

The Liberal MP from Ottawa, David McGuinty, seems to believe that being Alberta-first disqualifies MPs from being in Ottawa. In his world, apparently, MPs cannot support their constituents’ interests and their local industries, because, in McGuinty...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Nov 21, 2012


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