Mysterious newspaper ads slamming teachers' unions may have possible PC connections - 2020-02-07

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F0.png Mysterious newspaper ads slamming teachers' unions may have possible PC connections February 7, 2020, Colin D'Mello, CTV News

TORONTO -- An Etobicoke-based lawyer is under scrutiny for his possible involvement in a number of full-page advertisements under the name Vaughan Working Families, which attacked teachers unions and stood up for the Ford government.

According to a report from the Toronto Star, one of the papers that carried the ad last weekend, invoices for the colour ads were sent to law firm Loopstra Nixon LLP – where Quinto Annibale is a partner.

In April 2018, Annibale incorporated a new business called Vaughan Working Families which billed itself as a "health care advocacy and public relations" firm on behalf of the Vaughan Health Campus of Care (VHCC).

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