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Gilles Proulx Is Concerned About Health Care In The North

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Nickel Belt Candidate Gilles Proulx Wonders "What is going to happen to northerners when Doug Ford starts privatizing healthcare?"

The biggest fraud of the last election was that Doug Ford was “for the people.” Everything he does makes it clear he’s not in this for you, he’s in it for the biggest and the richest.

For four long years, Doug Ford has allowed greed-driven, profiteering interests to chip away at our public healthcare system, opening the door for more private hospitals and pay-for-play treatments.

His actions say it all: Doug Ford doesn’t care about you. Doug Ford is just a puppet of his rich Conservative donors.

To learn more about this, CLICK HERE to read the article from the Ontario Liberal Party newsroom.


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May 31, 2022

Ford Conservative Candidate for Scarborough Centre slammed Doug Ford’s $67.3M Cuts to Education

TORONTO — Current Ford Conservative candidate for Scarborough Centre and former TDSB Trustee David Smith slammed Doug Ford’s cuts to education, warning they would leave “a lasting harm” in his 2019 community newsletter:

Conservative Candidate Slams Doug Ford

Ford continued his damaging cuts to education including a secret $1.3 billion cut revealed in his last budget. Only the Ontario Liberals can stop Doug Ford and his classroom cuts with our plan that includes:

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Election Day is this Thursday - June 2, 2022

On June 2, 2022, vote for Gilles Proulx for Nickel Belt

Polls open Thursday at 9am and close at 9pm eastern time.

Follow this link to visit Elections Ontario’s website to use your postal code and find your nearest polling station.

Opinion polls leading up to election day are never 100% accurate. Election day truly is the only poll that matters.

Make sure you get out and vote.

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Nickel Belt Ontario Provincial Liberal Candidate says “change is needed”

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Gilles Proulx who is asking for your vote in this years provincial election was glad to provide clear answers to The Sudbury Star’s 10 Questions for Candidates.

Follow this link to read his responses.

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Nickel Belt Candidate Again The Only One Who Showed Up To Square Off Against Incumbent!

Gilles Proulx - your Nickel Belt Provincial Liberal candidate

The Sudbury chapter of the Canadian Association of Retired Persons sponsored a joint riding debate at the Northbury Hotel on May 18th, and invited all candidates to attend.

Once again, Ontario Provincial Liberal candidate Gilles Proulx was the only entrant to attend a debate and face incumbent France Gelinas and stand up for Nickel Belt.

You can watch the full debate HERE.

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Support change. Donations to Gilles Proulx 2022 campaign can be made through the following sources.

  • Mail campaign donation cheques made out to the Gilles Proulx Campaign 2022 to 3127 Old Hwy 69 N, Val Caron, ON P3N 1G4. Donations can be dropped off during campaign office hours.
  • For online donations to Gilles and Nickel Belt, please visit the Ontario Liberal Party website.
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