Ontario PC MPP's Kramp, McKenna & Walker announce retirement



The weekend before Family Day got a bit tough for the governing Ontario Progressive Conservatives, as two more backbencher, and deputy speaker of the legislative assembly has announced their departure for politics.


The Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) for Hastings—Lennox and Addington (Darryl Kramp), MPP for Burlington (Jane McKenna) and MPP for Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound (Bill Walker) have all announced that they would be not seeking election in June.


Kramp who announced in December that he was battling cancer said that he would not be putting his name forward in the June election.


McKenna, who has served 8 years at Queens Park said in a statement, "'It has been an honour and a privilege to serve the people of Burlington for two-terms at Queen's Park," McKenna said. ''I want to thank Prem