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Rabidoux pleased with Save VIA rally, says people want change

“Outstanding”.

That’s Perth-Wellington NDP candidate Ethan Rabidoux’s first reaction to Thursday’s turnout in St. Marys.  Save VIA hosted an all-day rally in the Stone Town.

Rabidoux says people at the rally told him they’re looking for something different:

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Rabidoux believes only one federal party can turn VIA Rail around:

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He outlines a few of the ways he says the NDP would change VIA Rail:

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Save VIA was started as a response to the decision to cut Trains 86 and 89, the dailies between Stratford and Toronto, in October of 2012.

Contributed photo: From left to right rail policy adviser Greg Gormick, federal Perth-Wellington NDP candidate Ethan Rabidoux, Save VIA founder Chris West

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