Mr. WardropI am afraid I do not currently have a website of my own, it is under construction. On the other hand my personal views on many subjects are public knowledge, and far better documented than any other local candidate as I have been writing a weekly column for Londontopic.ca for the last year.If you could take the time to go to londontopic.ca and then the opinion tab you will find all of my articles, my views of industry are available under the questions to the candidates on the front section, as well as the video at the London Free Press.If you have further questions please come out to one of the debates or email me and I will answer whatever questions you may have.The ECOspective articles are also available on facebook under the “fan of Daniel O’Neail” page.Regards and best wishesDaniel O’NeailKevin’s Note: Links added to text to make it easier to follow.
I’m at a loss here; what is the “Zen Car”? A google search turned up Zero front-page results on the matter and I might get myself pushed to the front page if I go on about the “Zen Car” in this post enough times. So I’ll avoid it. Mr. O’Neail mentions the Zen Car as a the type of export that Canada should focus on, but I can’t seem to find anything about it online. That’s not a substantive point if one can’t really learn anything about it online.
On the health care front, Mr. O’Neail is in line with the Greens, pointing out that preventative measures mean more than simple repair.
Mr. O’Neail also espouses local ownership of production facilities and resources. Something I can strongly agree with.
I don’t see anything about international relations, unions, personal freedom or nuclear power there. Oh Well.
Watch for more responses in the future