Doug Ford in a public interview shot back at criticism of his Bill 23 from Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie, by saying she should ‘quit her whining’.  Earlier this month he shot back at Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk’s analysis of his government’s handling of casino money laundering by telling her to stay in her lane.  Why would he use such sharp language to these public figures?  Our theory is that it’s because they are both women.  Which leads us to ask if Doug Ford has a problem with women criticising his actions?

And then after the break we look at whether or not the Ontario NDP might have hurt their soon to be new leader Marit Stiles by not giving her a leadership race.  How is it that the opposition couldn’t find another person to run for the leader of that party and potentially becoming the next premier of Ontario?  What does it say that no one else wanted the job?  And does Ms. Stiles have a bigger problem now of introducing herself to the province?

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