• The Butterfly

    You’re never going to see that money again.

    • Petey

      It will be a huge fund just sitting to be looted when the right time comes. Remember EI?

      • It will be used to pay off the unions that keep Wynne in power. She is a thief and a liar.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          She’s already got plans for the money.
          She’s published them.
          And she thinks they are Selling Points.
          Hey Justin, you’re going down.
          Down down down down down.
          (Thanks, Eric Clapton.)

        • DMB

          The ORPP will go directly into general revenue to Ontario the most indebted sub sovereign jurisdiction in the world. An insolvent Ontario will not be able to provide a fully funded pension upon retirement.

    • Cheryl

      Now what are the people of Ontario going to about it? We won’t do a damn thing. I am retired so it is the young workers that have to stand up for their rights and ask this person to step down. Workers have to know it is only a tax grab and that they will probably never see their money and that is truly a shame. The people that deserve this are the ones’ that voted this corrupt party back in with a majority. I for one did not vote for this first openly gay Premier, so I can complain. Now the people that voted for this party can’t complain, so good luck in trying to recoup your money 40 years down the road. It is too bad that the ones that didn’t vote for corruption still have to suffer.

    • Clausewitz

      Nice province you have there. You have to pay us for your protection. Things could get broken.

  • ontario john

    May the curse of Michael Coren be on all who opposes our great leader. She has blessed us by taking what’s left of our money in order that we can have the greatest homosexual parades on the planet. What’s wrong with you people.

    • I am so remorseful.

    • Clausewitz

      I’m so glad that finally I’ll never have to worry about how to spend my money.

  • WalterBannon

    I have taken up praying, but a bus still has not run over that crook Wynne.

    • One day a meteor will come…

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Meteors have bad aim.

  • Ron MacDonald

    “cup of coffee a day”. Where have I heard that before? All those cups of coffee eventually add up to a bag of groceries. Check out the link below: http://globalnews.ca/news/1012210/cancelled-gas-plants-will-increase-hydro-bills-2-a-year-opa/

    • It will disappear into Liberal pockets.

      • Censored_EG

        I want HOV lanes requiring four or more people on country roads! LOL! More windmills! Windmills on top of windmills! 🙂

        • Clink9

          I think there’s room for you on Wynne’s team!

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      And I’ve got a Brimful Of Asha.


  • Frances

    At $2.16 per day, assuming equal employer and employee contributions, that means the employer has to find an extra $64.80 per employee (30-day month). So cue layoffs and/or no raises. Lucky employee now not only has no raise, but is also down that $64.80 for a vague promise of a “pension” in the future.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      And you gotta live that long.
      I’m going to start melting down highway signs for scrap to get that money back.

    • Who me

      While most governments invest such funds in bonds, I suspect these funds may be invested in other ventures. Perhaps Chris Coperwaithe in addition to his Liberal connecteds web design company (he has no web design experience just his mother’s control of the province) may be setting up a dildo factory with the product to be distributed in all the pubic (whoops I meant public) schools that will need an taxpayer investment to get it going?

  • Edubeat

    Is Premier Strap-On and her hubbie/spouse/zombie going to be the first to contribute to it.or, have both already invested in Swiss Bank accounts and Liberian registered supertankers.

    • Clausewitz

      No, it’s all Harris’ fault. That’s her new song for everything lately.

  • Waffle

    oh well, there’s always the lottery: