As promised, we are bringing you our talks with the leaders of the major Ontario political parties prior to the campaign starting next month.

We had wanted to do this for some time leading up to the election.  A chance to sit down with the various leaders and get a sense of how well they grasp the issues and problems we face here in the 905.  Our goal was a simple interview where they would answer our questions, free from soundbites, spin and rhetoric.  A chance for them to really project their vision for the region and province.  And a chance for you to listen and really grasp if they got the issues or not.  The idea was if you liked what they said, or if you didn’t do well then it would be the fault of the leaders, not us.

To that end, we bring you our episode with Mike Schreiner of the Green Party of Ontario.  Mike is the first Green Party MPP elected to the legislature and currently represents the riding of Guelph as of 2018.  He is of course looking to expand his party’s seat count in the legislature and has his eyes on the 905 as a region that would respond well to his party’s policies. 

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