Dalton McGuinty to Hamilton: Tell me what you want

Posted: June 8, 2007 in Appeasement & Cowardice, Election 2007, Home Grown Terrorism in Canada, McGuinty

What should be on Hamilton’s wish list? The Lister Block? Downtown rejuvenation? The cleanup of Randle Reef? Premier Dalton McGuinty threw the gauntlet down yesterday, asking Hamiltonians what he should put “provincial muscle” behind.

“Where should we go, because we want to help?” McGuinty asked in an hour-long meeting with The Spectator’s editorial board yesterday. “Let’s get energized and excited. What would make Hamilton the best place to live? What will make you feel better about your city?”

The premier also said the province is willing to contribute cash to the Lister Block renewal, but shied away from giving a dollar figure.

“Results matter,” he said when asked about the broken promises that have been fodder for the opposition. (Edit: Then the ends justify any means according to McGuinty)

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