The New Blue Ontario Party – The “David-Like” Party Taking On All the Goliaths

Jim Karahalios says that he always knew this was going to be a “long term project” that there are “no quick fixes” in our current political malaise.  He is pleased that New Blue’s grassroots strategy has paid off and they have achieved their goals of having a constituency association and viable candidate in every one of the 124 ridings, have grown awareness and are making headway in challenging the legacy party narrative. 

I could hear the exhaustion and hope in his voice when he told me that “Things are looking good on the ground.  Support keeps growing across the province and I think that we are competitive.” 

Something smells wretched in Ontarian politics – Derek Sloan and the Ontario Party

By: Gregory Staley Written On: 2022-01-06 Many Conservatives in Ontario have become concerned over the emergence of the many different right-wing parties that have recently arrived on the political scene – it has many anxious that these new parties will split the vote on the right. Conservatives in Ontario are asking the question – whyContinue reading “Something smells wretched in Ontarian politics – Derek Sloan and the Ontario Party”

Opinion: Addressing the Hillier controlled Op allegations

Jim Karahalios, the leader of the New Blue Party has gone on the record as stating that the Independent MPP from Lanark-Frontenak-Kingston, Randy Hillier, is controlled opposition for the Ontario PC party.

Mr. Karahalios says that Mr. Hillier has “cut a deal to get a subsidy with the PC government that he pretends to oppose.”