Now what?

February 2nd, 2016|0 Comments

Many people have asked what are we going to do now. We are going to keep fighting for recall, accountability and a stop to the mismanagement by the Liberals and Government in general. It is apparent that someone doesn’t want the status quo upset or why would we be deregistered right after we filed. Then we received a letter from Elections Ontario with far reaching complaints.

Open letter to MPP’s

December 4th, 2015|0 Comments

As leader of the New Reform party of Ontario I am asked why we need a new party in Ontario. The results of the last provincial election show that Ontarians didn’t vote for Madam Wynne rather they rejected both the NDP and Tories. Ontario needs a Constructive opposition party, both opposition parties at Queens Park are beholden to special interest groups. The Tories are the party of Big Business and cater to special interest groups like Campaign Life and the Ontario Landowners while the NDP are backed by the union leadership of the province which make their own deals when it comes to selling Hydro One and teachers strikes. Another province in Canada faced a similar situation as we in Ontario do now and it happened nearly 20 years ago in the province of Saskatchewan.

Syrian refugee crisis

December 2nd, 2015|0 Comments

On behalf of the New Reform party, Ontario’s Constructive opposition party I would like to commend Prime Minister Trudeau on his governments recent decision to delay bringing 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada by years end. New Reform like others including Premier Brad Wall of Saskatchewan believe the focus of any refugee plan must be results oriented rather than a date oriented approach. The New Reform party has the following comments, suggestions for government at both levels

An open letter to the Prime Minister on Constitution, senate reform

November 4th, 2015|0 Comments

Mr. Prime Minister, should you choose to finish the work of your late father and pursue Constitutional reform, we as New Reformers in Ontario encourage you to put forward any Constitutional changes to the people as a national referendum.

We need recall legislation

October 31st, 2015|0 Comments

What is happening in Ontario? Our credit has been downgraded, our debt is unstoppable and our spending is increasing what happened to transparency, openness, sheesh how about just good government. Ontario is over 300 billion in debt and this Liberal government is continuing to spend  money as if they have an enormous supply. We cannot afford these types of policies let’s be honest we cannot afford this Government. If there has ever been a time for Ontario to stand up to a Government it is today, tomorrow can be too late. We need to put the pressure on politicians sitting in their offices living the status quo while people are losing homes, jobs, families and some cannot even sustain the basic needs any longer.

Fall sitting of the Ontario Legislature

September 14th, 2015|0 Comments

With the fall session beginning in the Ontario Parliament the New Reform party anxiously awaits the comments from Premier Wynne on the issues facing Ontario. We believe that opening day of the Legislature needs to address the impending sale of Hydro One, the turmoil in the educational field from the new curriculum to the union demands of teachers and the crisis in Syria that the Premier has decided to jump into as a knee jerk reaction.