Today we will hear Chiarelli give us his Long Term Vision for Energy and it won’t be pretty. Higher rates for the long term with a slap on our wrists for using too much to heat our homes and live like human beings.
At the same time we are being priced out of existence with highly inflated Hydro prices, we are losing our Rural Schools, gas stations, and every other service that used to make our Rural Townships a viable and healthy place to live.
Now comes news that more people than ever in Ontario are in need of FOOD BANKS in order to EAT!
Hundreds of thousands of people with their hands out for food in a Province that declares itself part of a “developed country”????
We would expect news like this from “developing countries” but here in the “land of plenty”?
This present Government’s plans to dismantle this Province from the inside out is almost complete. Their Green Energy Act was just one large strategy to begin the final act of destruction but the real misery is when we see people starving in the streets.
So listen carefully today when the spin and BS comes spewing forth from Chiarelli’s lips and then go straight to your local grocery store with a bag of canned goods to drop in the Food Bank box so some fellow Ontarian can feed their children tonight!
If this Liberal’s game plan is to institute Agenda 21 and all it’s tyrannical edicts then they are well on their way to complete it!
Volunteers at the Daily Bread Food Bank in Toronto. A near-record number of Ontarians are using food banks, according to a new report. (Fred Lum/ Globe and Mail DIGITAL IMAGE) | CP
A near-record number of Ontarians are using food banks, according to a new report.
The Ontario Association of Food Banks (OAFB) says that 375,789 people made use of a food bank in the province this March – more than one-third of whom were children.
That’s more than nine-tenths of the number that used food banks in the previous March, when a record high of 412,998 was recorded.
Nearly half of the families (46.1 per cent) making use of Ontario food banks have children at home. A similar proportion of those relying on food banks (43.6 per cent) are single people, while the remainder of families using food banks (10.3 per cent) are couples without children.
Food banks in the province also served more than 1.2 million meals to Ontarians during the month of March, which is part of an ongoing trend in which food banks have expanded the services they offer to meet the needs of clients.
“As a province with so much, there is no reason that any child should have to go to bed hungry,” Bill Laidlaw, the OAFB executive director, said in a statement accompanying the release of the 2013 Hunger Report.