Tim Hudak placed horse racing front and centre at the recent Annual General Meeting of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture in Toronto.
Hudak told crowd of nearly 500 delegates that he is very pleased harness driver Anthony MacDonald will be the PC Candidate in Guelph for the next provincial election. He also took the opportunity to underline the 60,000 jobs that the current Liberal government’s actions will cost the horse racing industry and the economy.
The PC Leader said his own party is heavily focused on creating jobs and putting together a “smaller, more focused government.”
The Conservatives would reduce red tape for farmers and businesses by at least 33%, and reduce taxes to spur investment and consumer spending, Hudak vowed.
Watch the video of Tim Hudak’s November 19th OFA speech below: