Tim Hudak stopped by St.Thomas on Monday, to promote the PC's job plan for Ontario. The Ontario PC leader joined local MPP Jeff Yurek at Gorman-Rupp Canada, and had nothing by praise for them.
Yurek says the point of the visit was to show Hudak that St.Thomas would be a good spot to exercise his plan.
Hudak says that with 600,000 people unemployed, Ontario can no longer afford the Wynne-McGuinty legacy. He adds that, since the Liberals assumed power in 2003, the provincial debt has doubled to $12 billion, and over 300,000 manufacturing jobs were lost. Hudak says he hopes to bring those back.