Tony may block me from reading his tweets but I still get to know what’s happening. 

I asked the Liberal Party if it is OK for one of their candidates to block people from reading his tweets. They haven’t got back to me yet but I am ever hopeful. There is a principle at stake.

Anyway… here is Tony’s canvassing schedule for those who believe in #hopeandhardwork  

Meet at the Campaign Office 12 St John Side Road, Aurora (N/E corner of Yonge and St John) on the following dates:

Monday August 26th 6.30-8.30pm 

Tuesday August 27th 6.30-8.30pm

Wednesday August 28th 6.30-8.30pm 

Thursday August 29th 6.30-8.30pm 

Saturday August 31st 10am-12.30pm 

Saturday August 31st 1.30pm-4pm 

and Sunday September 1st 1.30pm-4pm 

I hope Tony’s canvassers are being fully briefed on all the issues that may come up on the doorstep. Our wannabe MP should not be keeping things to himself that should be out in the public domain.

As we know, the old banker has always been economical with the actualité. 

So is there anything he is not telling us that we should know before election day? 

Something that may be difficult for his canvassers to explain away?

If not. No worries.

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In the United States (a very, very different country) a federal appeals court recently upheld a lower court ruling that President Donald Trump’s habit of blocking Twitter users he disagrees with violates the First Amendment.

And here is a blog from five years ago which looks at how our future MP dealt with the two totemic issues of his last Mayoral term - Glenway and the Clock Tower.

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