Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown has taken the oath of office as a Member of Provincial Parliament.
Brown takes his seat in the Legislature for the first time today as it resumes sitting for the first time since June, having won his seat in a by-election in early September.
He won the PC leadership back in May but had been without a seat until Longtime Progressive Conservative MPP Garfield Dunlop resigned his Simcoe North seat so Brown could run.
The opposition leader wasted no time in getting to work, already sending a letter to Premier Kathleen Wynne outlining his priorities.
They include education, the sale of Hydro One and job creation in the province.
Brown is promising a “different approach” and says the Tories won’t oppose government initiatives simply because they are from the Liberals.