It’s a time of reflection for Susan Kadis. Barely a week after being unseated by Conservative Peter Kent in the Oct. 14 federal election, the Thornhill Liberal says it’s still too soon to make any decisions about her future.
Allegations of political poppycock were bandied about as Thornhill’s four parliamentary hopefuls debated the federal issues last week. Liberal incumbent Susan Kadis, Conservative Peter Kent, Green Norbert Koehl and NDP Simon Strelchik took to St. Elizabeth Catholic High School’s stage to verbally spar over issues raised by students ahead of the Oct. 14 election.
It didn’t last 1,000 years, not by a long shot. It’ll barely make it to 10, in fact. After less than a decade in existence, the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation is a casualty of last week’s federal budget.