That was the consensus of the more than 100 supporters that crowded into Quinn’s Inn in St. Andrew’s West Fri., Feb. 9 to hear from Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership hopeful Caroline Mulroney. The daughter of former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney (she’s also the party’s candidate in the Toronto riding of York-Simcoe), she jumped into the leadership race following the rushed exit of Patrick Brown last month in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against him. Mulroney, 43, is a mother of four, a lawyer and businesswoman, having taken leave from her vice-presidency position at the investment firm BloombergSen Inc. to vie for a seat in June’s provincial election. Her stump speech focused on the growing conditions of life being unaffordable for many Ontarians, and that change in the province is needed in order to keep its future from jeopardy. Stormont, Dundas, and South Glengarry MP Guy Lauzon, who makes his home in St. Andrew’s West, was on hand to introduce Mulroney. Courtesy photo