There is a real appetite for change stemming from frustrations over quality of life issues says Dr. Merrilee Fullerton, who is canvassing residents of Kanata and West Carleton as the Ontario PC candidate for the June 7 provincial election.
“I am meeting residents at their doors and at community events and they tell me directly that they are tired of Kathleen Wynne and her Government,” says Merrilee Fullerton. “There is a realization that Wynne’s government has failed families and businesses and it is time for a change from the Liberals approach to governing Ontario.”
“The last 15 years has placed Ontario in a precarious position with an unsustainable debt load that threatens our very quality of life,” and Fullerton says, “We need to change direction to get our province back on track and provide for Ontarians the healthcare, education and community services they require.”
Merrilee Fullerton’s priorities are:
“I am concerned for our families who are trying to make ends meet, concerned about our small business community- the backbone of our economy, and committed to creating an environment of respect for all,” states Fullerton. “I look forward to continuing this dialogue with Kanata-Carleton residents on issues that matter most to our community.”
(Editor Note – This article was first released February 19, 2018)
Dr. Merrilee Fullerton