John Tory sees 'shortcomings' in Andrew Scheer's policies for cities - 2019-10-17

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F94.png John Tory sees 'shortcomings' in Andrew Scheer's policies for cities October 17, 2019, David Rider, Toronto Star

Toronto Mayor John Tory sees "shortcomings" in the federal Conservative platform for cities but will not join his Vancouver counterpart in predicting "disaster" if Andrew Scheer is elected Prime Minister on Monday.

Tory was asked Thursday about Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart's scathing assessment of Scheer's positions on issues important to his city in remarks to reporters and a series of tweets.

Stewart tweeted: "On housing Andrew Scheer would move us backwards and make housing less affordable"; "On transit Andrew Scheer's $18B cut to infrastructure would kill SkyTrain to UBC"; and "On opioids Andrew Scheer would drag us back into court while more people die."

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