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September 10, 2008

Peterborough Examiner's Take on Campaign: Local and National

B Last night's Peterborough Examiner provided an excellent snapshot of the political situation both locally and nationally. Here are two key highlights:

"Harper broke his promise to deliver a fairer, less partisan electoral system. That shouldn't be a surprise. He's broken almost every one of his 2006 campaign promises related to more open, more transparent, less adversarial government....

"[Dean Del Mastro's] promise to return Toronto-to-Peterborough passenger rail service is looking more likely to come true, but is open to questions about whether it would be an economic drain. Last week's surprise proposal for a massive hotel-entertainment complex on Parks Canada property on Little Lake is exciting, but a long way from reality."


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