If Tim Hudak is elected on June 12, he plans to set an example for municipalities by trimming his cabinet. “I’m going to start right at the top,” he told Maclean’s Political Editor Paul Wells of his pledge to cut 100,000 public sector jobs. “I’ll shrink the size of my cabinet down from 27 to 16.”
In this video, the leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives breaks down the numbers behind his million jobs plan.
“I’m confident that we can lead North American jobs like we did in the 1990s,”