While I don't I feel that Ernie Eves is the best Tory to lead the party, I do look beyond that to what I think is a seasoned caucus full of responsible individuals.
- Todd Kirlik
People have to ask themselves what sort of place they want to live in.
I see a province divided by social issues and greed. Our health-care providers are tired. Our teachers have no respect. I hear a lot of opposition to teachers' strikes, but haven't met too many people with the courage to go out and teach.
Nothing endures but change, and although it might not come immediately, I have to assist in bringing it forth.
- Maria Gomes
I pretty much knew whom I would vote for after the first day the election was called. I was attending a debate on mental health issues. One candidate gave us double-talk and said nothing. One showed boredom and insulted the audience by saying that we were not the type of people who vote for him, nor were we the majority of voters. The last one took notes and genuinely cared about most of our issues.
I assume the Liberals will win, but in
a caring, ideal Ontario the Liberals would have a minority, with the NDP in opposition as their social conscience.
- Derrick Tully
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