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Farmers are hoping a P-C majority government will address several key concerns

The Ontario Federation of Agriculture says it wants to reach out to some of the new politicians who will be taking their seats at the legislature when the province’s new P-C majority government is sworn in later this month.

O-F-A director Steve Brackenridge says the organization sees tremendous opportunities to inform, discuss and educate legislators about the importance of the agricultural sector and rural communities.

He says key issues include the need for expanded access to affordable natural gas, improved roads, bridges and drainage, and reliable internet.

The advocacy organization represents more than 38-thousand Ontario farmers.