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Stefanos Keratopis, Candidate for Niagara West-Glanbrook in Ontario Provincial Election 2014

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NameStefanos Keratopis
ElectionOntario Provincial Election 2014
AreaNiagara West-Glanbrook
PartyOntario Libertarian Party
Votes0
Email stefanos.karatopis@gmail.com
Website https://www.libertarian.on.ca/profiles/Stefanos-Karatopis
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Business905-325-2422
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BioBio:

Place of Birth: Hamilton Ontario Canada

Family Agricultural Business all my life

Entrepreneur

Director of Niagara Landowners Association

I have lived in West Lincoln for most all my life.

Why Are You Running?:

I joined the Libertarian Party because they stand for property rights and Liberty. I am actively involved in defending Property Rights and Liberty for people. I share the same views as the party.

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Responses to Questions (top)

QuestionBrief ResponseFull Response
Do you support allowing Ontario residents to appeal to the Ontario Ombudsman with respect to municipalities, universities, school boards, hospitals, nursing homes and long-term care facilities, police and children's aid societies (the MUSH sector)? No My answer to all of these questions are no. However, that does not mean these things should not be done. I just do not think government should be doing them. I am opposed to all forms of government monopolies.

With the province having a $295 Billion debt is it really a smart thing to commit itself to large scale projects and more massive spending and more unsustainable tax increases?

We need to reduce the size of government, sell off all government monopolies such as the LCBO/OLG and use that money to reduce the provincial debt, invest in restoring Ontarians freedoms and get government out of the way of business and REMOVE ALL red tape so they can create jobs.

Please visit https://libertarian.on.ca/platform to see our current platform. Vote Libertarian Party, The Party Of Choice.
Do you accept the evidence of human-caused global warming? If so, what policy measures do you support to reduce greenhouse gas emissions? If not, why not? No My answer to all of these questions are no. However, that does not mean these things should not be done. I just do not think government should be doing them. I am opposed to all forms of government monopolies.

With the province having a $295 Billion debt is it really a smart thing to commit itself to large scale projects and more massive spending and more unsustainable tax increases?

We need to reduce the size of government, sell off all government monopolies such as the LCBO/OLG and use that money to reduce the provincial debt, invest in restoring Ontarians freedoms and get government out of the way of business and REMOVE ALL red tape so they can create jobs.

Please visit https://libertarian.on.ca/platform to see our current platform. Vote Libertarian Party, The Party Of Choice.
Do you support maintaining or expanding the protection of farmland and rural natural land from urban boundary expansions? No My answer to all of these questions are no. However, that does not mean these things should not be done. I just do not think government should be doing them. I am opposed to all forms of government monopolies.

With the province having a $295 Billion debt is it really a smart thing to commit itself to large scale projects and more massive spending and more unsustainable tax increases?

We need to reduce the size of government, sell off all government monopolies such as the LCBO/OLG and use that money to reduce the provincial debt, invest in restoring Ontarians freedoms and get government out of the way of business and REMOVE ALL red tape so they can create jobs.

Please visit https://libertarian.on.ca/platform to see our current platform. Vote Libertarian Party, The Party Of Choice.
Should the province play a role in encouraging safer streets that promote more active transportation like walking and cycling? No My answer to all of these questions are no. However, that does not mean these things should not be done. I just do not think government should be doing them. I am opposed to all forms of government monopolies.

With the province having a $295 Billion debt is it really a smart thing to commit itself to large scale projects and more massive spending and more unsustainable tax increases?

We need to reduce the size of government, sell off all government monopolies such as the LCBO/OLG and use that money to reduce the provincial debt, invest in restoring Ontarians freedoms and get government out of the way of business and REMOVE ALL red tape so they can create jobs.

Please visit https://libertarian.on.ca/platform to see our current platform. Vote Libertarian Party, The Party Of Choice.
The Ontario School Funding Formula currently incentivizes local school boards to neglect and close neighbourhood schools. Do you support keeping neighbourhood schools open? If so, how? No My answer to all of these questions are no. However, that does not mean these things should not be done. I just do not think government should be doing them. I am opposed to all forms of government monopolies.

With the province having a $295 Billion debt is it really a smart thing to commit itself to large scale projects and more massive spending and more unsustainable tax increases?

We need to reduce the size of government, sell off all government monopolies such as the LCBO/OLG and use that money to reduce the provincial debt, invest in restoring Ontarians freedoms and get government out of the way of business and REMOVE ALL red tape so they can create jobs.

Please visit https://libertarian.on.ca/platform to see our current platform. Vote Libertarian Party, The Party Of Choice.
Do you support regional GO transit expansion, including all-day two-way GO train service to Hamilton? No My answer to all of these questions are no. However, that does not mean these things should not be done. I just do not think government should be doing them. I am opposed to all forms of government monopolies.

With the province having a $295 Billion debt is it really a smart thing to commit itself to large scale projects and more massive spending and more unsustainable tax increases?

We need to reduce the size of government, sell off all government monopolies such as the LCBO/OLG and use that money to reduce the provincial debt, invest in restoring Ontarians freedoms and get government out of the way of business and REMOVE ALL red tape so they can create jobs.

Please visit https://libertarian.on.ca/platform to see our current platform. Vote Libertarian Party, The Party Of Choice.
Do you support the proposal to build a new mid-Peninsula highway? No My answer to all of these questions are no. However, that does not mean these things should not be done. I just do not think government should be doing them. I am opposed to all forms of government monopolies.

With the province having a $295 Billion debt is it really a smart thing to commit itself to large scale projects and more massive spending and more unsustainable tax increases?

We need to reduce the size of government, sell off all government monopolies such as the LCBO/OLG and use that money to reduce the provincial debt, invest in restoring Ontarians freedoms and get government out of the way of business and REMOVE ALL red tape so they can create jobs.

Please visit https://libertarian.on.ca/platform to see our current platform. Vote Libertarian Party, The Party Of Choice.
Do you support Hamilton's plan to build an east-west light rail transit line with full provincial capital funding? If so, how will you ensure the project is funded? No My answer to all of these questions are no. However, that does not mean these things should not be done. I just do not think government should be doing them. I am opposed to all forms of government monopolies.

With the province having a $295 Billion debt is it really a smart thing to commit itself to large scale projects and more massive spending and more unsustainable tax increases?

We need to reduce the size of government, sell off all government monopolies such as the LCBO/OLG and use that money to reduce the provincial debt, invest in restoring Ontarians freedoms and get government out of the way of business and REMOVE ALL red tape so they can create jobs.

Please visit https://libertarian.on.ca/platform to see our current platform. Vote Libertarian Party, The Party Of Choice.