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The Liberal Scarf: Mississauga Ward 4 by-election had been called for April 27th! Check out Joe Horneck’s campaign website and support a strong voice for transit!TodayT

Last month, I wrote about how I thought Joe Horneck would be a strong addition to Mississauga city council with an upcoming by-election for Ward 4 in downtown Mississauga.With Mississauga Council calling the by-election today for April 27th, … . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Mississauga Ward 4 by-election had been called for April 27th! Check out Joe Horneck’s campaign website and support a strong voice for transit!TodayT

The Liberal Scarf: Mississauga Ward 4 by-election had been called for April 27th! Check out Joe Horneck’s campaign website and support a strong voice for transit!TodayT

Last . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Mississauga Ward 4 by-election had been called for April 27th! Check out Joe Horneck’s campaign website and support a strong voice for transit!TodayT

The Liberal Scarf: Mississauga News endorses Charles Sousa for Ontario Liberal Leader, says his private sector experience is "invaluable"

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A great endorsement from the major paper of Ontario’s third largest city!

It’s time to put Charles in charge. We endorse Sousa, the 54-year-old MPP for Mississauga South who has held three Cabinet posts since first being elected in 2007. . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Mississauga News endorses Charles Sousa for Ontario Liberal Leader, says his private sector experience is "invaluable"

The Liberal Scarf: Liberals need to renew our contract with the people of Ontario. Charles Sousa can get them to sign.

When Premier McGuinty announced his resignation, he said that it was time for new ideas and a renewal of the Ontario Liberal Party. After having some time to think about what kind of renewal we want to see in our party, I realized that I’ve had a front seat to seeing the positive impact . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Liberals need to renew our contract with the people of Ontario. Charles Sousa can get them to sign.