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Geoff Peacock, Candidate for Niagara West-Glanbrook in Ontario Provincial Election 2014

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NameGeoff Peacock
ElectionOntario Provincial Election 2014
AreaNiagara West-Glanbrook
PartyFreedom Party of Ontario
Votes0
Email geoff@apedesignz.ca
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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)? Maybe In this election, Freedom Party candidates are focused on
two things: restoring trust in government by balancing the budget without
massive job cuts, and restoring affordable electricity by pulling the plug
on already-existing, over-priced, Liberal green energy deals (without a
penalty). Our position is that there should be no new spending unless and
until the budget is balanced. You may consider this my reply to all of the
questions in your questionnaire.
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? Maybe In this election, Freedom Party candidates are focused on
two things: restoring trust in government by balancing the budget without
massive job cuts, and restoring affordable electricity by pulling the plug
on already-existing, over-priced, Liberal green energy deals (without a
penalty). Our position is that there should be no new spending unless and
until the budget is balanced. You may consider this my reply to all of the
questions in your questionnaire.
Do you support maintaining or expanding the protection of farmland and rural natural land from urban boundary expansions? Maybe In this election, Freedom Party candidates are focused on
two things: restoring trust in government by balancing the budget without
massive job cuts, and restoring affordable electricity by pulling the plug
on already-existing, over-priced, Liberal green energy deals (without a
penalty). Our position is that there should be no new spending unless and
until the budget is balanced. You may consider this my reply to all of the
questions in your questionnaire.
Should the province play a role in encouraging safer streets that promote more active transportation like walking and cycling? Maybe In this election, Freedom Party candidates are focused on
two things: restoring trust in government by balancing the budget without
massive job cuts, and restoring affordable electricity by pulling the plug
on already-existing, over-priced, Liberal green energy deals (without a
penalty). Our position is that there should be no new spending unless and
until the budget is balanced. You may consider this my reply to all of the
questions in your questionnaire.
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? Maybe In this election, Freedom Party candidates are focused on
two things: restoring trust in government by balancing the budget without
massive job cuts, and restoring affordable electricity by pulling the plug
on already-existing, over-priced, Liberal green energy deals (without a
penalty). Our position is that there should be no new spending unless and
until the budget is balanced. You may consider this my reply to all of the
questions in your questionnaire.
Do you support regional GO transit expansion, including all-day two-way GO train service to Hamilton? No In this election, Freedom Party candidates are focused on
two things: restoring trust in government by balancing the budget without
massive job cuts, and restoring affordable electricity by pulling the plug
on already-existing, over-priced, Liberal green energy deals (without a
penalty). Our position is that there should be no new spending unless and
until the budget is balanced. You may consider this my reply to all of the
questions in your questionnaire.
Do you support the proposal to build a new mid-Peninsula highway? No In this election, Freedom Party candidates are focused on
two things: restoring trust in government by balancing the budget without
massive job cuts, and restoring affordable electricity by pulling the plug
on already-existing, over-priced, Liberal green energy deals (without a
penalty). Our position is that there should be no new spending unless and
until the budget is balanced. You may consider this my reply to all of the
questions in your questionnaire.
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 In this election, Freedom Party candidates are focused on
two things: restoring trust in government by balancing the budget without
massive job cuts, and restoring affordable electricity by pulling the plug
on already-existing, over-priced, Liberal green energy deals (without a
penalty). Our position is that there should be no new spending unless and
until the budget is balanced. You may consider this my reply to all of the
questions in your questionnaire.