Ontario PCs will accept questions from NDP after heated session at Queen's Park
The Ontario Tory's will be accepting questions from the Official Opposition this morning after a shouting match broke out yesterday.
The PC's refused to answer questions from the NDP yesterday after allegations that NDP House Leader Gilles Bisson mocked the accent of Tory legislator Kaleed Rasheed. Rasheed was born in Pakistan.
The allegations led to a shouting match between Premier Ford and Opposition Leader Andrea Horwath, prompting the Speaker of the House to call for a recess.
Bisson vehemently denies making any such comment, the Speaker says he did not hear anything untoward, and in viewing the audio CKTB was unable to ascertain if the alleged mocking took place.
The PC's say they still want an apology from Bisson.