Ontario Election 2014: Tim Hudak Tries To Woo New Canadians
TORONTO - A Progressive Conservative government would make Ontario the "number one"
Speaking at a town hall meeting in east-end Toronto, Hudak said the Liberal government has been "dramatically" underutilizing the provincial nominee program, which allows provinces to recruit newcomers.
"This is about taking advantage of existing programs that the federal government has, that the (former premier Dalton) McGuinty and (Premier Kathleen) Wynne government, frankly, have turned their backs on," Hudak said.
"I want to see Ontario as the best place for new Canadians, not Manitoba, not Saskatchewan, not Alberta, not British Columbia."