Doug Ford weighs in on sex ed, booze and pot sales
Newly minted PC leader Doug Ford has hit the ground running.
Ford unveiling some of the planks in his election campaign.
Ford telling reporters yesterday he will scrap the new sex ed curriculum in schools that was put in place by the Wynne Liberals.
The Tory leader claims parents were not consulted before the changes were made.
But it's a charge the Premier denies, Wynne says at least 4,000 parents were consulted along with child development professionals.
Ford also commenting on booze and pot sales, saying he doesn't like government monopolies.
He also doesn't like the way the Liberals have handled the sale of wine and beer in grocery stores, saying if you're going to expand sales, than all retailers should be allowed to take part, not just the 280 locations approved by the current government.
Larry talks with Suzanne Johnston and Derek McNally about the hospital and Niagara Health in general.