TIM HUDAK'S FINAL DAY IN LEGISLATURE A CELEBRATION

Sep 15, 2016

By Bob Komsic

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Tim Hudak is leaving the place he called his second home after arriving as a rookie MP as part of Mike Harris’ Common Sense Revolution in 1995.
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On his final day in the Ontario legislature, the former leader of the PC party was celebrated by all members as a dedicated advocate, family and more charming than his public persona would suggest.
Such tributes are normally reserved for former MPPs who’ve died, and Hudak joked ”as Monty Python once said, ‘I’m not quite dead yet.”’
He also says nothing would make him prouder than to see his daughters get elected one day, but figures they’d be ”plaid-wearing, Chuck Taylor-sporting New Democrats some day.”
Hudak, who was elected leader in 2009 and failed to defeat the government in 2011 and 2014 elections, is going to become CEO of the Ontario Real Estate Association.
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