On the weekend the Ontario PC Party released their five-point plan for job creation to get Ontario working again.
- Treat energy policy as economic policy – not as a social program.
- Train 200,000 more skilled workers by expanding the apprenticeship system.
- Reduce taxes on job creators.
- Eliminate job-killing red tape.
- Lowering taxes on families so they have the confidence to spend again.
These priorities are in clear contrast with the Liberal plan to make Ontario a green jobs leader. One plan is a realistic way to re-energize job growth and the other is a expensive scheme to subsidized an entire sector that has not come to maturity yet. Now I don’t know about you, but I rather vote for a plan that has practical solutions for the problems confronting the province.