Ontario Politics – The Pundits Talk on the Progressive Conservative Party

Tulips and statue outside the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, in Toronto, Ontario as the race to the June election heats up. Image Depositphotos.com
Tulips and statue outside the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, in Toronto, Ontario as the race to the June election heats up. Image Depositphotos.com


THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – There is a saying that a week is a lifetime in politics. For the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, 2018 has perhaps at times felt like many lifetimes.

With the election of Doug Ford as the new leader of the Progressive Conservatives, long-time local Conservatives Jack Mallon and John Henderson are sharing their views and ideas on what is happening in Thunder Bay-Superior North, and Thunder Bay Atikokan.

Jack Mallon says that this is an exciting time to be an Ontario Progressive Conservative. The polls are showing that the PCs even though there has been a fair bit of turmoil, there has been a lot of excitement. Thunder Bay-Superior North has nominated Derek Parks who is already hard at the campaign trail.

In the Thunder Bay Atikokan Riding, there is a nomination battle going on.

Over the coming weeks, NetNewsLedger will be bringing in candidates, and political pundits to share their views, and to make sure that you, the voter can make the most informed decision possible in choosing who you will support in the provincial election.

Stay tuned Thunder Bay – This is going to be interesting.

James Murray