McGuinty says lax laws allowed London's loss

Feb 6, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: SooToday

OAKVILLE, Ont. - Premier Dalton McGuinty is accusing Ottawa of being complicit in the loss of hundreds of jobs at a London, Ont., locomotive plant.

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McLiar was Missing

Cartago, Costa Rica

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Feb 7, 2012
 
Where was McGuinty and the Liberals while all of this mess was taking place in London? Asleep at the wheel yet again.

Instead of heading down to the plant and supporting Ontario workers by seeing if they could come to a solution McLiar and his goons as usual only come out of hiding to get their cheap soundbites after the dust has settled and the plants are closed.

And doesn't our idiot premier realize that this closing fell squarely under the provincial governments jurisdiction and had nothing to do with the feds. The man is clearly a blame passing moron.

Our provincial government is non-functioning and pathetic. Absolutely pathetic.
Down with the WSIB

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Mar 15, 2013
 
Down with the WSIB
Down with Kathleen Wynne
Down with the Ontario Liberal Party
Liars and scum is all they are

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