Paul Tuns: On August 8, former Ontario premier William (Bill) Davis passed away at the age of 92. David never lost an election, being first elected as MPP when he was 29 years old in the riding of Peel, northwest of Toronto, in 1959. Although he won by a mere 1,203 votes, he turned his Brampton riding into a safe Progressive Conservative […]
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