Rosemary Ganley The Peterborough Examiner May 24, 2018
This column is frankly political. My Examiner columns, all 108 of them so far, are usually mildly political, the small-p kind, about communities and volunteers, and the need to define ourselves differently from the malignant regime south of us.
The majority of Canadians sit to the centre-left of the political spectrum . But elections can be strange. So this time around, I am pulling out the stops to alert readers to the dangers coming down the track: a possible Doug Ford premiership. In Ontario, of all places, the sophisticated and multicultural province, and one of the country's economic engines.
I object to Mr. Ford because of his record, his policies and his personality, that's all. The defender of his out-of-control brother, the late Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, who so embarrassed the city of Toronto nationally and internationally with his bullying, drug use, chauvinism and overall lack of competence. Continue Reading >Here<
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