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Fedeli seeks meeting with Wynne

Monday, January 28, 2013   by: Kate AdamsNipissing MPP Vic Fedeli
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PC Energy Critic and Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli wrote to Premier-Designate Kathleen Wynne requesting a meeting on Ontario Northland today.


“I am eager to hear what she has to say about the future of the ONTC, and what role she envisions Ontario Northland playing in the development of the Ring of Fire,” Fedeli said.


However, Fedeli is concerned Wynne has not publicly spoken about a possible role for the ONTC when it comes to the Ring of Fire, or the New Deal for Ontario Northland proposal.”


“In a report today, she talks about the importance of the ferrochrome smelter in Capreol, but nowhere is there mention of the ONTC as being among her Northern priorities,” Fedeli said (Sudbury Star, Jan. 28, 2012)


I’m very worried that the first 48 hours under the new premier are looking a lot like the last nine years under Dalton McGuinty,” Fedeli said.


Fedeli also wants to discuss the Liberals’ deeply flawed energy policy, and offer solutions to ensure skyrocketing hydro rates don’t result in even more bleeding of jobs and investment from Ontario.


“We have 13 paths in our Affordable Energy white paper, and I’m eager to hear her thoughts on them,” Fedeli said.



The Ontario PC believe affordable energy is the cornerstone of economic growth, and will treat it as such.”

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IGuard 1/28/2013 3:55:21 PM Report

Not sure why a premier would want to meet with a rookie oposition MP. One whose background is advertising and he is calling her energy policy deeply flawed. How did he suddenly become an energy expert? Oh I know,Timmy made him one.
GWN 1/28/2013 5:55:44 PM Report

so you're saying the Liberal's energy policy isn't deeply flawed?
IGuard 1/28/2013 6:32:05 PM Report

Aren't you still paying for the PC's energy policy?
IGuard 1/28/2013 6:37:50 PM Report

And I'll go with David Suziki who applauded the Liberals energy policy. He is the real expert with no stake unlike those governing the Tea C Party from their board rooms.
curious 1/28/2013 9:22:48 PM Report

This politician never stops grandstanding. He stood silent in the legislature and would not speak out against the sale of the ONTC and now he's demanding to know what the new Premier is gunna do about the Crown Corp. So when the unions save the day and the ONTC moves under a Federal Port Authority does anybody wanna bet he will be there taking credit for it...lol
Justice for All 1/28/2013 10:05:33 PM Report

Mr Fedeli, Premier (elect) Wynne needs to meet with her own Caucus (tomorrow) and the two Opposition Leaders, choose Cabinet Ministers, get up to speed on all Ministries.
She has already stated that she wants the legislature back in seesion by February 19, and has also indicated that she wants to work in a spirit of cooperation with the Opposition parties.
Can you please give her that opportunity before you criticize and make demands like a petulant child?
Your apparent arrogance and bullying does nothing for this riding or the province.
dgl1 1/29/2013 7:24:20 AM Report

Vic is just letting people in Nipissing know he's still alive. The odd time he whines and complains just to get a photo-op and get his name in the paper then he goes back to sleep. He works on a cycle.
I think he and do-nothing a$$pen work as a tag team. One goes to the corner while the other complains. whines, whimper , pretend like they're doing something thentag the other one to come out and do the same.
What a joke.
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