Published by CBC News | Published On April 4, 2018
Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford will not be participating in a provincial leaders’ debate organized by the black community scheduled for April 11, CBC Toronto has learned.
In a statement to CBC Toronto, Ford’s campaign says the Ontario Progressive Conservative leader will be in Northern Ontario on the date of the Black Community Provincial Leaders Debate.
“Doug Ford has been meeting with Ontarians of every background and listening to their concerns,” the statement reads. “Doug Ford will be a Premier for all Ontarians and will bring relief to families, including those in the black community.”
Debate organizers have already secured the participation of all the other provincial leaders, including Premier Kathleen Wynne, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath and Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner.
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