Mulroney tells crowd in St.Catharines that residents are hurting and we can't keep digging a hole
A second Ontario PC Leadership hopeful has visited Niagara within the past 24 hours.
This afternoon, around 100 people gathered to greet Caroline Mulroney in St.Catharines.
Mulroney, a lawyer in Toronto hosted a lunch at Johnny Rocco's.
She told the crowd that Ontario needs change and the province is in a hole and it's time to stop digging.
Mulroney says Ontario's debt has doubled and we pay 12 billion dollars every year in interest expenses.
The daughter of former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney is new to politics, as she runs for the leadership and a seat in the riding of York-Simcoe.
She will join CKTB's Larry Fedoruk on Friday afternoon at 4:15pm.
Meantime, hundreds of people came out to greet another candidate, Doug Ford at a rally in Welland last night.
He told the crowd that he's the man to clean up Queen's Park.
The third candidate, former MPP Christine Elliott has not visited Niagara yet.
On January 28th, the IceDogs were a shot away from a record setting third 3 in 3 weekend sweep but it was not to be, losing in a North Bay shootout. Since then, the team has gone winless in ten including a Monday afternoon overtime loss in Peterborough 4-3.
Colton Incze stood on his head, making 40 saves Saturday night, as the IceDogs fell 3-1 in Barrie. The game’s first star had to make 18 saves in the second period alone.
A night of deflections went the way of the visitors as the IceDogs fell 6-3 to visiting Owen Sound. In the 'Dogs first game in a 6 game in 9 days stretch, the home side was unable to hold a third period one goal lead.