Wynne 'lacks discipline' to help Ontario: Hudak
Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak makes a campaign stop at Automatic Coating Ltd. in Scarborough on Tuesday. (MICHAEL PEAKE/Toronto Sun)
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is "all over the place," and "lacks discipline" to bring the province back to prosperity, says Tim Hudak.
The Progressive Conservative leader made the comments at a metal coating factory in Scarborough.
Hudak was visiting the plant as part of his "Million Jobs," pitch, saying he will cut taxes for all companies instead of cutting cheques for a few in order to get the province back to work.
"If you are all over the place in your policies and you try to be all things to all people, you get nothing done at the end of the day," Hudak told reporters.
In the second hiccup of the campaign, Liberals circulated e-mails as Hudak spoke, saying the company, Automatic Coating Limited, received $50,000 from FedDev Ontario.
Hudak made a similar stumble on Monday, when he took his campaign to a sound studio in Missisauga.
In the 2013 budget, his party voted against the Ontario Music Fund that supports the local music industry.
Hudak's plan calls for lower electricity rates for the manufacturing sector and an end to what he calls, "corporate welfare."
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