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Canada Horwath says Ford lawsuit raises questions

17:11  05 june  2018
17:11  05 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Wynne and Ford both aimed their questions at Horwath “The people of Ontario deserve so much better than that,” Horwath said , suggesting Ford is disrespecting voters by not giving them a costed platform to consider. Lawsuit claims woman captured video of Harvey Weinstein assaulting her.

De Clercy said Horwath also performed well, staying upbeat and asking tough questions . Barry Kay, a political science professor at Wilfrid Laurier University, said given Ford 's position as front-runner in the polls he appears to have taken a low-risk approach to the debate.

Rob Ford wearing a suit and tie© Provided by thecanadianpress.com BRAMPTON, Ont. - Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says a lawsuit accusing Doug Ford of mishandling the estate of his late brother Rob Ford and destroying the value of the family business raises questions about his lack of a fully costed platform.

The allegations, which have not been proven in court, were contained in a lawsuit filed by Rob Ford's widow Renata Ford and her two children in Ontario Superior Court.

Doug Ford denies the allegations, saying they are completely false and he will fight them in court.

He says his sister-in-law has said throughout the election campaign that she would go public with her claims if he didn't give her money.

Horwath slams Ford on his home turf

  Horwath slams Ford on his home turf TORONTO - Ontario's NDP leader took her election campaign Monday to the riding Doug Ford is hoping to capture, slamming the Tory leader's tax plan on his home turf. Andrea Horwath, whose New Democrats have been surging ahead in recent polls, said Ford's plan cuts a middle class tax bracket by 20 per cent but, she contends, it will actually see the richest people benefit the most. "He's great with the bumper stickers, with the announcements that sound good, but the minute you peel back a layer you see that his plan is not a plan for the people," she said."We can't afford Mr. Ford's plan.

Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath is laughing off concerns raised by Progressive Conservatives that "They aren't competent to govern. I'm just telling you the truth," Ford said of Horwath 's team. Ford has also faced consistent questions about the fact that he has not released a costed platform.

“Ontario wants change,” Horwath said Friday. “Doug Ford is not the kind of change Ontario needs.” Lawsuit claims woman captured video of Harvey Weinstein assaulting her. June 2, 2018 5:20 pm.

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Horwath says if the accusations, particularly the ones about the mismanagement of the business, are true, then voters will be concerned that Ford doesn't have a platform that outlines how he will pay for his promises.

She says people will have to make up their own minds about the timing of the lawsuit ahead of Thursday's vote, but the allegations raise more questions than answers.

Ontarians ‘pretty worried about what Doug Ford has in store,’ Horwath says .
Ontarians ‘pretty worried about what Doug Ford has in store,’ Horwath says“People are pretty worried about what Doug Ford has in store, and so am I,” said Horwath, speaking to both new and returning MPPs — there are 40 in total — for the first time since the June 7 election.

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