This has prompted considerable speculation that if the budget does not deliver what the opposition parties are demanding, it will force a summer election.
is clear across the North we need to do more when it comes to four laning in this province, and when it comes to passing lanes. We are also announcing there would be an increase of 30 kilometres per year when it comes to four laning across the North, but also an increase when it comes to passing lanes across Northern Ontario, said Bisson.
something that can happen. That's something we will not support, he said.
a very modest move on the corporate tax. As you know our corporate taxes here in Ontario are the lowest in North America, so we're talking about a moderate increase in those taxes.
He added that the NDP does not support any more taxes on the middle class.
the point where there are not enough road maintenance trucks in place to safely maintain Northern Ontario roads in the winter.
in winter, and in most other parts of Ontario.
MORE SNOW PLOWS, MORE FOUR LANING
Bisson, who is also NDP house leader, said the policy is endorsed by NDP leader Andrea Horwath and the NDP caucus, and is completely in line with the policy announcement on transportation Horwath made on Wednesday April 23, when she said a hike in corporate income taxes would pay for the policy.
He said the Conservatives privatized road maintenance, and then the Liberals accelerated privatization in Ontario.
we're saying the government has the choice. If the government doesn't make that choice and should there be an election, if we (the NDP) form government in the next election, and there's a chance that we would, this something that we would move on, he said.
who need to get to medical appointments, who can't take the bus, students who need to get to and from school. Beats Ferrari
Both men said they are hoping to see transportation improvements in the Liberal budget which is to be tabled in Queen's Park on Thursday, May1, 2014. Premier Wynne spoke earlier this month, promising to spend roughly $29 billion on transportation improvements in Ontario in the next 10 years, using money from increased gasoline taxes.
Vanthof said the return of Ontario Northland's passenger train The Northlander is a crucial issue for New Democrats.
Bisson said Ontario is now at Beats Grey
Bisson said that the improvements would be a fair thing to do, and that good transportation is vital to sustaining the economy of Northern Ontario.
is Chi Flat Iron Stand a question of safety. It is a question of making sure that people can move from point A to point B, something that has been rather difficult for the last number of years, said Bisson.
anybody has been driving highways in this province, you'll note something very interesting. They're in terrible shape, Bisson told reporters.
Timiskaming Cochrane MPP John Vanthof and Timmins James Bay MPP Gilles Bisson spoke on those issues when they held a joint news conference Friday in Timmins in what appeared to have all the makings of an election announcement.
Bisson said another crucial issue is that of highway maintenance in the North Beats By Dre Buds
By LEN GILLISTwo Northeastern Ontario New Democrats have laid out plans for significant transportation improvements in the North if the NDP comes to power. This includes bringing back the Northlander train, increasing the number of snow plows and more four laning and more passing lanes on Northern highways.
NDP announce plans to bring back the Northlander
And when we brought it up in the Legislature, if you recall, one of the great quotes came from a Liberal cabinet minister who said, let them buy cars, Vanthof recalled.
not talking about large money here. The amount of money it takes to bring the Northlander back and the amount of money to be able to bring those plows back is actually not a lot of money, when you stop and look at it, Bisson added.
are announcing today that should we form government, and should the government not do this in the upcoming budget, that we would increase the number of plows and salt trucks across the province, by 200 units in a year, said Bisson.
October 2012, just before Thanksgiving, the government pulled passenger rail service in Northern Ontario. They did so without consultations. Shocked us all. But what they also did is that they left our most vulnerable parts of our population, stranded, said Vanthof.
is not realistic. So as part of all across Ontario transportation strategy, we believe that passenger rail service should be brought back to Northern Ontario, said Vanthof.
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