Maddie Di Muccio

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Newmarket's biggest liar

Posted on May 9, 2017 at 4:55 PM

I never had any intention to write an in-depth account about the events surrounding my choice to drop out as a candidate for the nomination of the Newmarket-Aurora Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario a few months ago. At the time, I felt I owed people an explanation and wanted to move on to other things I am involved with.

But last week, during the second part of my Ontario provincial court trial, in which I am suing Newmarket Regional cou...

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Town of Newmarket defends entering your property without permission

Posted on March 28, 2017 at 2:05 PM

Four months ago, I met a friend at the Town of Newmarket municipal bylaw office. She was scheduled for a meeting with the town’s bylaws director, Leslie Long – a meeting she had requested. She asked me to come with her because she had been concerned with the town’s behaviour - behaviour that bordered on an infringement of her rights as a homeowner. She needed a witness and someone with a track record of holding the Town of Newmarket and its mayor and council...

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Trudeau's immigration policy isn't what he says it is

Posted on February 28, 2017 at 8:00 PM

There isn't any doubt that immigration policy has been a highlight of Canadian politics - and especially for conservative leadership hopefuls.


I am writing this as a daughter of immigrants. My parents and my two older brothers were born in Italy, and it's their love of their heritage which made me proud of my Italian roots and its culture today. But in our hearts, my family is staunchly Canadian. Happily identifying as ...

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An Open Letter to Nicolas Pappalardo, PC Leader Patrick Brown's Chief of Staff

Posted on February 2, 2017 at 11:45 PM


Dear Nicholas,


Some readers may not know who you are. You're the Chief of Staff for Patrick Brown, the Leader of the PC Party of Ontario. As the Chief of Staff for a party that wants to lead our province in 2018, big things are expected from you. Maturity and discipline, for example. Professionalism. And respect.

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Canadian values should bring us together - not divide us

Posted on September 8, 2016 at 8:35 PM

During a radio interview earlier today, CPC leadership hopeful Kellie Leitch said she wanted to start a discussion on the topic of Canadian values. Accepting her invitation, I would like to explain that a party based on conservative ideals should avoid this issue altogether, as we have done with other divisive issues in the past.


Although we often talk about ...

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Wynne's Climate Change plan has great consequences of another kind

Posted on June 8, 2016 at 5:45 PM

Living in a northern climate, Ontarians are quite sensitive to the costs of heating our homes in the winter months. Each year, we hear dreadful stories of seniors and low income families having to choose between home heating and food.

Things are about to change for the worse.

Earlier today, Kathleen Wynne announced her strategy on Clima...

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Grant programs fail to help the most needy students

Posted on May 4, 2016 at 4:20 PM

Here's my first column for Troy Media:

Thrilled to be signed on as a syndicated columnist for Troy Media

Posted on April 29, 2016 at 3:45 PM

I'm grateful for the opportunity to be offered a weekly syndicated column with Troy Media, a media outlet that produces content for over 1,800 media (traditional and website) outlets in print and online.

In the past, I was a regular columnist with the Toronto Sun, and I look forward to engaging readers across Canada in meaningful discourse once again.

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