VAUGHAN. Today, Peter Meffe Progressive Conservative Candidate in Vaughan issues the following statement following the controversy surrounding Steven Del Duca's use of offensive photograph displaying a hospital being destroyed. The photograph first appeared in a Liberal advertisement nearly one week before the literature was distributed, demonstrating that this was a calculating decision to use this offensive photograph.
"I find it d...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
BY PETER MEFFE
In this provincial election, the people of Vaughan deserve a plan that will put jobs and families first.
But just like in previous campaigns, Vaughan’s Liberal candidates will spend the campaign making promises they will never keep.
Consider the McGuinty-Wynne Liberal promises to build the Vaughan Hospital.
They’ve promised that hospital since 2007.
But we’re still waiting for the health...
By: Angela Gismondi, Vaughan Weekly published on May 29, 2013
Peter Meffe hopes to be a strong Conservative voice for Vaughan at Queen’s Park.
An evening with Peter Meffe, a fundraising dinner for the Vaughan provincial Progressive Conservative candidate, was held May 17 at La Primavera Hospitality and Convention Centre.
The event was hosted by the Vaughan Provincial Progressive Conservative Riding Association. Vaughan Conservative...
QUEEN’S PARK – “This government has proven, once again, that they are not in the business of being open or transparent,” Ontario Interim PC Leader Jim Wilson said today.
Today, the government voted down a PC motion to allow two key witnesses, Laura Miller and Peter Faist, to testify before the Standing Committee on Justice Policy. The Committee is investigating the destruction of key documents about the relocation...
QUEEN’S PARK – Liberal mismanagement is letting down seniors and our health care system, charged Ontario PC Interim Leader Jim Wilson today in the Legislature.
Wilson pointed to the example of Eric Law, an Ottawa area man with several chronic diseases including multiple sclerosis and cancer, who has been refused service by his local Community Care Access Centre.
“Minister, how many people across Ontario are goi...
Namaste Happy Diwali.
Today Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and some Buddhists living in Ontario and around the world start celebrating the beginning of Diwali, a joyous five-day festival of lights.
This magnificent festival unites our province’s South-Asian community as they join family and friends to light diyas, watch fireworks, exchange gifts and sweets, and come together in worship and prayer. As the lights are lit, we all shoul...