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Progressive Conservative candidate Tony Genco was forced to backtrack on his support of the Ontario Liberal’s all-day kindergarten after Ontario Conservative Leader Tim Hudak said the province simply “cannot afford” the estimated $1.5 billion-a-year program. Mr. Hudak yesterday condemned the program during a campaign stop at Woodbridge window and door manufacturer Vision Extrusions. “It’s not whether it’s good or bad,” Mr. Hudak said, “it’s whether it’s affordable. (We need to) stop overspending and grow the economy.” The PC Leader added the current government is playing a game with a “ticking time bomb”, referring to the province’s ballooning $15-billion deficit. The province’s credit rating was downgraded from a stable outlook to See NEW, page 12.

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Vaughan byelection Progressive Conservative candidate Tony Genco (centre) and Ontario Conservative Leader Tim Hudak (2nd from right) toured Vision Extrusions in Woodbridge yesterday.

Davion Gordon is all smiles as he dances in the 2nd annual CariVaughan parade. See our video zone at yorkregion.com The Salvation Army’s Terry Harney says buying one backpack for a child is a struggle for many families. He’s appealing for your help as the organization itself has suffered a setback /10

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Traffic gridlock has consistently ranked among the top issues for Vaughan voters in recent elections and the fast-approaching provincial byelection promises to be no different. Liberal candidate Steven Del Duca and Progressive Conservative candidate Tony Genco have vowed that, if elected Sept. 6, they would make easing gridlock a top priority. Mr. Del Duca said solving the city’s traffic woes requires a “blended approach” that includes making investments in public transit and expanding the road network. See CANDIDATES, page 14.

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This Friday, Aug. 17 will see the Princes’ Gates at Exhibition Place open once again for the Canadian National Exhibition, the Toronto area’s annual reminder that the summer season is winding down. Many Vaughan residents make up the fair’s more than 1 million annual visitors, with concerts at the historic Bandshell always being a big draw.

Calling all outgoing, enthusiastic and committed fans. You are invited to apply to join the 100th Grey Cup festival MVP volunteer team in Toronto. You don’t want to miss this chance to be drafted into the action Nov. 15 to 25. As of July 18 at 10 a.m. ET, fans who want to be part of the culture and sports festival of the century can go to www.100thgreycupfestival.ca and click on ‘Get Involved’ to register. With more than 1,000 volunteer positions to fill, there’s fun and excitement for fans everywhere looking to be a part of history, not to mention be smack in the middle of the party. Just a few of the 1,300 potential ranks include festival operations, on-site activations, party hosts and more. Event highlights include the Telus Street Festival, the Scotiabank Football Experience and the Nissan Family Zone.

Feel like singing to Pete Seeger or Harold Arlen? Learning about Twitter or osteoporosis? Creating a TV show, discussing the meaning of life or kicking it with your karate kid? Those are just some of the options open to you next month as the Schwartz-Reisman Centre launches a slew of new community programs on the Lebovic Jewish Community Campus. The centre will introduce its slate of fall programs at an open house in September where visitors can try some classes for free, meet instructors and tour the facilities. Programs range from computer animation for children, singing lessons for adults to social media for seniors, and much more. The 50-acre campus is at 9600 Bathurst St. The fall open house takes place Sept. 10, 11 and 12. To learn more, or to view the line-up of fall 2012 programming, visit http://prossermanjcc.com/ schwartz-reisman/programs —Kim Zarzour

Kleinburg’s annual Binder Twine festival is set to hit the village Saturday, Sept. 8 and as is customary, several road closures will occur. They are as follows: Islington Avenue from the north entrance to Kleinburg Public School to John Street, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Nashville Road from the west side of the Doctor’s House driveway to Islington Avenue from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kellum Street from Islington Avenue to Napier Street from noon on Friday, Sept. 7 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8. Other parking restrictions may be necessary to accommodate foot traffic. The provisions regarding closures/parking restrictions are the same as in previous years. For more information, contact Binder Twine fest chairperson Tim Arnott at 905-893-0794. If you are interested in volunteering at this well-attended event, send an e-mail to a festival member at volun teers2012@bindertwine.ca. —Kim Champion

This season should be no exception, as the 14 shows they have lined up literally offer something for everyone — from rock to pop to golden oldies to even a little disco. Go to TheEx.com for a full list of performers. Arkells with The Darcys are my best bet. And I like the Ex just fine, but give me a funnel cake from Canada’s Wonderland any day over a deep-fried, bacon covered hot dog. —Gilles LeBlanc. Follow him on Twitter @ROCKthusiast.

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The annual Ride for Karen gets rolling Sunday, Sept. 9. This year’s ride will feature four events, including a 160-kilometre course for advanced riders, a 100-kilometre course for intermediate riders, a 25-kilometre course for recreational cyclists and a Kids Fun Ride for children two to 12 years old. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. at St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School, 1 Saint Joan of Arc Ave. in Maple. The event, started in 2002 to honour Karen Tobias, raises money to support charities that help people living with cancer and those who care for them. To date, the ride has raised more than $1,640,000. This year the money will be used to send children with cancer to camp. For more information e-mail info@rideforkaren. com or visit www.rideforkaren.com. —Adam Martin-Robbins

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aughan voters couldn’t be faulted for feeling disillusioned about the upcoming Sept. 6 provincial byelection. After all, we were in this same place less than a year ago and returned longtime Liberal Greg Sorbara to Queen’s Park to represent us. Despite his assurances at the time that he was in this for the long haul, he suddenly resigned his seat two weeks ago, citing additional personal and professional obligations as taking up much of his time. Mr. Sorbara also said in a letter to the editor below that the people of Vaughan need a full-time MPP. We couldn’t agree more. So, with a mere 22 days left before we head to the polls to elect a new MPP for our growing city, we’d like to hear some solid answers to some of the more pressing concerns facing our community. For example, with our hospital still years away from being built and nearby hospitals at capacity, what do the candidates propose to do in

Now is time for healing Re: Vaughan murder suspect identified, Aug. 2. On Aug. 1, residents of Colombo Crescent awoke to the sounds of sirens and screams. The impossible had occurred. A young man in the prime of his life was killed in a senseless act of violence. Residents were stunned. How could this happen on our street? When the news vans moved on and the police took down the yellow tape there was a sense of uneasiness. What now? Do we go back to our daily routine? But how could we? A young man was dead and another clinging to life. A community had lost a son. Our Ahmadiyya brothers and sisters were in mourning. Who would console them? We tried our best. We looked for leadership. Thank you to Councillor Marilyn Iafrate for speaking to residents and showing leadership when no one else did. Now is a time for healing. To my Ahmadiyya friends, you are in our prayers.

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the interim? There is an urgent need to fill the gaps in a myriad of health care services. Secondly, gridlock is choking our city. Do we need a new tax to deal with congestion? If so, say so. Is better transit the answer? Where’s the plan to support it. Lastly, since Vaughan is speeding up development in the northern part of the city, we will see our much-beloved greenspace dwindle. With that comes added stress on the environment. Where do the candidates stand on balancing growth and environmental protection? These are some of the questions, we believe, to which you would like to hear the answers. Regrettably, the timing of this byelection finds many of you vacationing and only able to focus on this once the kids are back at school. We can only hope, unlikely though it seems based on past results, that the next three weeks will somehow turn out to be a campaign about positive ideas.

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Signs don’t vote, people do Re: Liberal campaign machine wastes no time in Vaughan by-election, Aug. 10. Signs are great publicity, but remember one thing, signs don’t vote, people do. You have to get voters out on election day and that is not easy. So many voters promise to vote then fail to show up.

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Politicians should pay penalty for resigning Re: We have no time for quitters, editorial, Aug. 8. I agree with this editorial. MPPs sign on for four years and if they quit during that term, they should pay a penalty, unless it is for health reasons.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Thank you, Vaughan An open letter to the citizens of Vaughan. Over the course of my 27 years in politics, I have had the opportunity to serve in a variety of roles within the Ontario Liberal Party, government and province. Among all of these assignments, serving as a member of provincial parliament has been the greatest honour. Through seven elections in four different ridings — always including Vaughan — the Ontario legislature and all that it stands for has been at the very centre of my working life. But as our lives and families place new demands on us, there comes a time for decisions and adjustments to the responsibilities we take on. I’ve decided that now is the right time for me to step down as MPP for

Vaughan. This change will allow me to do two things. First, it will allow me to focus all of my political efforts on my dual roles as chairperson of the Ontario Liberal Party’s campaign and chairperson of the Ontario Liberal Fund. I believe passionately in our party and the inspired leadership of Premier Dalton McGuinty. The government we have led has positioned Ontario for a stronger, sustained prosperity over the next decade. But to keep our province on track, I need to focus on preparing our party for the next general election. I will also have the opportunity to devote more time to my family and my business interests. The people of Vaughan will always remain close to my heart. I want to thank my constituents for the confidence they have placed

in me throughout all these years. Serving as MPP for Vaughan is demanding and time consuming. Vaughan is one of the fastest growing ridings in the province. I simply could not let my responsibilities to my constituents become a part-time pursuit alongside the other demands on my time. Vaughan needs a fulltime MPP. I feel fortunate to have had the privilege to serve my constituents and province for as long as I have. I am profoundly grateful for the trust and support I have received over the years. For your endless support and for giving me so much more than I could have ever imagined, thank you.

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a negative one by Moody’s Credit Service in April. The issue reared its head during an interview with The Citizen Friday when Mr. Genco not only said that he supported the program, but added that there was no use opposing it because that “ship had sailed”. However, when asked about it in front of his party’s leader and a number of employees at the Zenway Boulevard factory yesterday morning, he provided a curt response, saying that Mr. Hudak’s vision was his own. “I support the leader,” he said. This flip-flop is all the more interesting considering Mr. Genco’s past allegiances as a Liberal who switched sides after losing to nowConservative Minister Julian Fantino during the 2010 federal byelection.

Mr. Genco’s campaign was also hit hard yesterday with a new poll that showed the local PCs have not been well received by Vaughan voters. Pollster Lorne Bizinoff placed the five per cent drop in Conservative support (down to 36 per cent from 41 per cent) in the past two weeks squarely on Mr. Genco’s shoulders. “It’s probably due to the quality of the candidates,” he said. “The one difference from two or three weeks ago is we now have the candidates’ names.” The forum poll put the Liberals at 47 per cent in Vaughan, up from 40 per cent, and the NDP down to 9 per cent, from 15 per cent. Leader support was also polled, placing Mr. Hudak at 29 per cent, up from 24, Premier Dalton McGuinty at 31 per cent, down from 32 per cent, and New Democratic

Party Leader Andrea Horwath earned top approval with 32 per cent. Those poll results were not mirrored in KitchenerWaterloo, the other seat up for grabs during the Sept. 6 byelection. In that riding, the Liberals are down and tied with the NDP at 30 per cent, while the PCs have jumped with their candidate to 34 per cent. The Liberals are hoping to win both seats to gain a majority, which they lost by only one seat during last year’s general provincial election. The McGuinty government defended all-day kindergarten, citing the program will begin next month for about 1,000 children in nine Vaughan schools. As well, the program is already underway in 13 local schools, with 28 more schools coming on board next year and in 2014.

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One of the things Mr. Del Duca said he would personally support is the creation of a GO train line running through west Woodbridge. That project was announced as a priority initiative when provincial agency Metrolinx announced its Move Ontario 2020 transportation plan five years ago. But a 2010 feasibility study released by Metrolinx concluded that a GO train line through the area is unlikely to happen in the next decade or so. Mr. Del Duca also said he’d push

for the long-awaited extension of Hwy. 27, up to Major Mackenzie Drive. When pressed, however, he admitted that given the province’s current fiscal problems it might be quite some time before the project gets under way. Recognizing that, Mr. Del Duca said the best thing for Vaughan is to have an MPP who is willing and able to work with his municipal counterparts to pressure the province. “I think working together we can continue to make a compelling case

that that’s an extension that should take place sooner rather than later,” said the 39-year-old married father of two. Asked what he would do, if elected, to try to ease gridlock, Mr. Genco said Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak has pledged that his party supports extending Hwy. 427, “once the (province’s) money issues are settled”. “That’s a huge gap that we have in terms of transportation and that will help us with those in the west part of the riding,” said the 46-yearold married father of two.

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He also said the Conservatives are committed to improving public transit, but that also would also hinge on a sound financial plan being worked out. “The first and most important part of this is to make sure that we have our finances in order,” Mr. Genco said. “We have to have things back on the rails and put together a plan that make sense. We don’t want to have situations where you waste money like $190 million in the (gas) plant that they (the Liberals) cancelled just to save a couple of seats (during the last election). …

We want to make sure the money is used strategically.” Another key to tackling the city’s traffic woes is to ensure investments in infrastructure stay ahead of population growth rather than reacting to it, he said. “Make sure the infrastructure is there to support growth in regions, not having to lurch from crisis to crisis, which is really the fundamental problem that I think this community has experienced with the Liberals,” Mr. Genco said. If the Liberals win both byelections being held concurrently in Vaughan and Kitchener-Waterloo, the party would gain a majority in the Legislature. But recent polls shows the Grits falling behind the PCs in KitchenerWaterloo, while surging ahead in Vaughan. A Forum poll conducted locally found the Liberals sitting at 47 per cent support, a 7 per cent increase from a poll conducted earlier in the month. The Ontario Conservatives, meanwhile, dropped to 36 per cent support from 41 per cent. In the earlier poll, results were tight with the PCs at 41 per cent support and the Liberals at 40. Rounding out the slate of candidates in Vaughan, at the time of publication, are NDP candidate Paul Donofrio and Libertarian candidate Paolo Fabrizio. —With files by Torstar News


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