Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Oakville, Ontario, Libertarian offering different perspective

Oakville Libertarian candidate David Clement offering 'different kind of perspective' - Julia Le, Oakville Beaver - Halton Today:

"David Clement, the Oakville Libertarian candidate in the upcoming June 12 provincial election, is disenchanted by what has become of Ontario's political system.

"The 24-year-old Oakville native says the province's economic and social problems stem from the government simply standing in the way.

"'Jobs, health care, education and energy are far too important to be left solely in the hands of the government,' said the White Oaks Secondary School graduate, who works as a research assistant to the Canadian Research Chair in International Human Rights.

"He said he's running to offer residents a different kind of perspective on what the effective role of government can be.

"'In my opinion, if you look at all three big political parties, all three of them are far too involved in the lives of Ontario residents and so I'm looking to limit that involvement and remove government from the areas and aspects of life where it's not necessarily needed.'"

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