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Monday 18 November 2013

Hope for Hudak

"Situation is unique." says if city council needs help he's open to it. Echoes

Let's be clear - Hudak hasn't said he's prepared to work with Kathleen Wynne and Andrea Horwath to find a solution to the crisis rocking Toronto - a crisis that has, at its root, a man suffering from mental health/addiction issues.  

Heck, Hudak hasn't even closed the door to Doug Ford, not wanting to cut off a potential asset, regardless of its ethical liabilities.

If he's willing to at least consider helping - working with Toronto's Council, provide accomodative tools to them so they may overcome a disability and better fulfil their commitments and potential, that's a step in the right direction.

Hudak won't see it this way, I'm sure, but this business of sociology-committing that he is tentatively exploring is the only way we can truly help Ontario overcome its structural challenges and evolve into the Knowledge Economy.

The ball's in his court.

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