Christine Elliott says she has no regrets
Christine Elliott says she has no regrets following her third failed bid for the Ontario Progressive leadership.
Elliot tells Toronto T-V station C-P-24 that she's feeling a ``whirlwind of emotions'' following her narrow loss to Doug Ford last weekend but she entered the race to help the party and still intends to run in the June 7th provincial election.
She also says she remains friends with Ford despite initially challenging the delayed results of the vote and still feels comfortable in expressing her opinions on policy with the new leader.
Elliot says that includes her belief that the new sex-ed curriculum should be modified instead of being repealed but she says at the end of the day it's up for Ford to decide.
A very successful 2017-2018 IceDogs regular season came to an end Saturday afternoon with a 6-3 win over Mississauga. A sellout St Patty's Day Meridian Centre crowd watched Niagara record their 35th win of the season for a total of 80 points in the OHL's Eastern Conference as Johnny Corneil lead the way with a goal and two assists.
Kirill Maksimov enjoyed a four point night while Johnny Corneil and Ben Jones each scored a pair in the IceDogs 6-3 Friday night win in Erie. With the win, Niagara has now secured home ice advantage in their first round playoff series with Oshawa.
Johnny Corneil scored the overtime winner exactly half-way through the extra period as the IceDogs prevailed 3-2 over visiting Hamilton for Niagara's fifth win in six meetings versus the Bulldogs. Stephen Dhillon was also big stopping 41 shots for the IceDogs fifth straight victory.