What They're Saying About Glen Murray for Ontario Liberal Leader
Sunday, December 2nd 2012 12:00:53pm
December 2, 2012
On my scorecard, Glen Murray wins.
More than any other candidate, he had a mastery and command of policy ideas at his fingertips. He spoke without notes, including his opening and closing statements, which also featured some French.
… he was utterly impressive in the way he mixed solid performance and policy.
Steve Paikin, Host of The Agenda, TVO, December 1, 2012
Glen Murray touted his past leadership abilities and the renewing city finances during his time as mayor of Winnipeg. If elected Liberal leader and subsequently premier, he promised tax breaks for the middle class.
CTV News, December 1, 2012
Murray stressed that the Liberals need to better represent the middle class.
Toronto Sun, December 1, 2012
… Glen Murray … has focused on giving northern Ontario more power and autonomy and promises a new tax and incentive structure for small business in the hopes of attracting $2 billion a year in venture capital, as well as a no-money-down plan for college and university tuitions.
CBC, November 30, 2012
[Glen Murray] gets it - Timmins Daily Press
Heck, even one southern-based Liberal MPP gets it. Glen Murray (Liberal -- Toronto Centre … said they should "pause" the divestment of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission until regional priorities are set.
Timmins Daily Press, November 28, 2012
[Glen Murray’s idea for Northern Ontario regional government is] enough to earn Murray an enthusiastic love embrace from a region that always thought of itself as born to be wild.
Welland Tribune, November 22, 2012
His basic platform is something NOMA (Northern Ontario Municipal Association) has been asking for years.
Dave Canfield, Daily Miner & News, November 19, 2012
What does a former Winnipeg mayor-turned Toronto MPP know about Northwestern Ontario? Quite a lot, it seems … Murray appears to have done some homework on this file.
Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal, November 19, 2012
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