Nipissing MPP and PC leadership candidate says Kathleen Wynne is picking favourites. The premier recently commented that there is no money for pay hikes in the public sector. But Vic Fedeli says she isn’t putting everyone on even ground.

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He says there has to be an understanding that Ontario has a 12-billion dollar deficit.

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Fedeli says the message needs to be the same to all labour across the board.

Vic Fedeli was in Timmins last week as part of his campaign run, where he says the lack of progress on the chromite project is disappointing.

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Fedeli says there is no business or First Nations on the table. He says these announcements are just for bureaucrats in Queens Park. The leadership election is happening in May.