Power & Influence Fall 2016

No more treading water

The leader of the Ontario Tories has shaken up the sinking ship his party had become. But there are just as many people questioning the real direction of the Brown bandwagon, as there are those who have happily hopped aboard.

'I’m comfortable dedicating myself right now to Ontario, and this project of seeing if I can form a government and turn Ontario around,' says Brown. 'That excites me; it drives me … you don’t pay attention to the hours, or the work that is required.'
P&I photograph courtesy of Patrick Brown's office


PUBLISHED : Monday, Oct. 10, 2016 12:00 AM

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