ON Election 2022



Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound NDP would like to announce that Karen Gventer is seeking the nomination as candidate in the upcoming provincial election.

Karen has run in the past. She finished second behind Bill Walker in the 2018 election. A seasoned candidate, she is looking forward to taking Bruce Grey Owen Sound orange in June.

“Life has become less and less affordable. The price of gas, food and housing is going up. Wages are not keeping pace,” Gventer said. “It doesn’t have to be this way. The Liberal and Conservative governments have made decisions over and over which have not put the majority of Ontarians first. I’m excited to be running for a party that has concrete plans to make things better for all of us.”

Gventer stated that the Ontario NDP platform ranges from making housing more affordable, to creating a provincial food strategy, to regulating gas prices. Other key areas of the platform are to overhaul and improve long-term care and to keep more seniors in their homes where THEY want to be. To establish and achieve ambitious targets to combat climate change. To introduce comprehensive, universal mental health care.

“We have plans that would improve lives from conception through to retirement and beyond. We have plans to fix our health care system, fix education and schools, and provide quality public services you can count on. The Ontario NDP is in tune with the needs of Ontarians. We will deliver on those needs. I fervently believe that our party cares about you, your children and your quality of life. There is no good reason that in a province with such wealth, that so many have to do without.”

The nomination meeting will be held on May 4 by Zoom.

The campaign can be reached at 519-373-1008. Our office is located at 747 2nd Ave E, Unit 1, in Owen Sound.

source: media release


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