OTTAWA – The president of an Ontario Liberal driving affiliation says he had no prior data of an MP's choice to depart the federal government benches for the official Opposition. Clayton Haluza, who leads the Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill driving affiliation, says in an announcement it was "with disappointment" he discovered Leona Alleslev felt the necessity to change sides. Alleslev shocked political observers Monday by becoming a member of Conservative get together ranks on the …

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