Chatham Daily News
[excerpt] Asked about the ability of a Toronto-area candidate to bring rural ridings into the fold, which is necessary if the Liberals are to form another majority government, Murray said “I’ve lived in very remote places” and has farmers and miners in his family.
The Liberal Green Energy Act, which has upset many residents of rural communities who have complained about unwanted wind turbine projects, needs a rejig, he suggested. Each municipality would be asked to develop their own energy priorities, he said.
“I think we need to relocalize it,” Murray said, adding he intends to give more autonomy to Northern Ontario communities as well. Read article