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Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak, centre makes a point when talking to Bill Laurysen, left, general manager and vice-president of operations of Laurysen Kitchens on Carp Road at JOHN BRUMMELL/METROLAND Stittsville as they are accompanied on a tour of the 55,000 square foot custom cabinetry Nepean Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod, left, and Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack Maplant by Corey Laurysen, second from right and by Caroline Castrucci, far right, who is cLaren, right, both wear safety goggles as they tour the Laurysen Kitchens manufacturvice-president of administration. ing plant on Carp Road at Stittsville last Wednesday, April 3.
PC leader visits major business on Carp Road EMC news - Jobs. That was the message not only proclaimed on a giant blue banner on display as a backdrop in the middle of the 55,000square-foot Lauysen Kitchens manufacturing facility on Carp Road in Stittsville on Wednesday morning, April 3 but also delivered by Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak in a media conference in front of this backdrop following a meeting with the facility operators and a tour of the plant itself. Accompanied by Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack Ma-
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cLaren, Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod, Ottawa WestNepean PC candidate Randall Denley and Ottawa-Vanier PC candidate Martin Forget, PC party leader Hudak said that the province can get back on its feet and grow the economy but that a new, different course is needed to do this since the present Liberal government has no plan aimed at increasing jobs. “It’s time to get our ﬁscal house in order,” he said, saying that his party has a plan for lowering taxes, getting energy costs under control and balancing the province’s books. He said that such a comprehensive plan is needed to turn the province’s economy around. He said that he was not optimistic
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that the current government understands the depth of the job crisis that is now facing Ontario residents, noting that in his view the best way to get people working is to reduce government spending. Ontario can get back on its feet and start growing again, he claimed, noting his party’s plan aimed at turning the provincial economy around. Hudak said that if people want to turn the province around and create jobs, then the only choice is the PC party since the other two parties in the province (Liberals and NDP) seem to think that the province is on the right track the way things are. But he proclaimed that he thinks that people want change.
The Great Downtown
GARAGE SALE Renfrew, Ontario — Saturday, May 4, 2013
(Rain date May 11, 2013)
The deal starts April 15.
Option one $99 for 3 Hours of Home Repair and Renovation Work from Best Bar None (a $300 Value) Option two $280 for 9 hours Work from Best Bar None (a $720 Value)
Take part in the third annual “Great Downtown Garage Sale”, brought to you by the Renfrew BIA. Just $10 per space for this event taking place on Saturday, May 4, 2013. For information or to book your table call Tammy at 613-432-7015.
May 4,for 2013
Registration Per Space
12 West Carleton Review EMC - Thursday, April 11, 2013
Mark your calendar & hunt for treasures in Downtown Renfrew. Come away with a lot more than you bargained for on May 4th. The streets will be lined with many great deals!!
One person’s junk is another person’s treasure — be sure to attend!