On last night's show, I reported on Kathleen Wynne hiring 175 new business police to investigate companies coping with her decision to drastically increase Ontario's minimum wage.
Small businesses and retailers are cutting staff benefits to adjust to a sharp increase in wages, including franchises like Tim Horton's that are unable to raise menu prices and have little financial flexibility.
Wynne was quick to capitalize on the struggle of Ontario businesses by calling owners who objected to her policies "bullies".
But it's Wynne who's the bully, she's using taxpayers money to hire 175 new business police to strongarm Ontario employers. These new bureaucrats will likely be making five-figure salaries, vote for pro-union Liberals in every provincial election, and I'm sure none of them will have any experience running a business or meeting payroll.