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...
When you are going through hell keep going.
A simple enough statement, but one, once spoken by then British PM Winston Churchill, would become the defiant call to action by Britain and her allies in the Second World War.
The boldness, the audacity, frankly the clarity in those words still echo around the free world even today as the clarion call for the brave and courageous.
Many young Canadian men answered that call between 1939 and 1945. The...
QUEEN’S PARK – Ontario PC Interim Leader Jim Wilson announced that the PC Caucus Nuclear Committee, co-chaired by John Yakabuski (Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke) and Bill Walker (Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound), will be leading caucus consultations to support Ontario’s nuclear industry that has been neglected by the Liberal and NDP caucuses.
“The Liberals abandoned their commitment to build two new nuclear units at Darlington, and the...
QUEEN’S PARK – The Premier needs to show leadership by asking high-ranking Liberals to step aside from their publicly-paid positions until OPP investigations into apparent breaches of provincial election law are concluded, said Interim Leader Jim Wilson today.
“You are degrading the reputation of every elected person,” charged Wilson in reference to the Premier’s refusal to ask her Deputy Chief of Staff, Pat Sorbara...