Ontario PCs name city councillor and victims' right advocate as St. Catharines candidate
St. Catharines City Councillor and victims' rights advocate Sandie Bellows will be representing the Ontario PC Party as the St. Catharines candidate during the provincial election.
The party remains focused on lowering taxes, reducing healthcare wait times, and cutting red tape to revive jobs.
During a meeting last night, Bellows said "We don't need frills and extravagant promises – we need accountability. As a St. Catharines City Councillor, I've heard from seniors, families, and small business all struggling under Wynne’s Liberal government and I've had enough.”
As the meeting wrapped up, Bellows told the crowd, "Tonight is about all of us. We all need to come together under one umbrella to defeat Kathleen Wynne and this tired Liberal government."
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