Ontario's Minister Of Colluding With Real Estate Developers denies claims that government colluded with real estate developers - The Beaverton

Ontario’s Minister Of Colluding With Real Estate Developers denies claims that government colluded with real estate developers

TORONTO – The Minister responsible for providing secret information to about the government’s plans to allow development on denied allegations that he provided secret information to about the government’s plans to allow development on the Greenbelt.

“Under no circumstances would my government ever tell developers who donated to the Conservative Party which portions of the Greenbelt we are re-zoning so they could buy that land in advance,” said , the Minister responsible for telling developers who donated to the Conservative Party which portions of the Greenbelt they should buy.

“That is not something that anyone in my position with a shred of integrity would ever do,” he added.

The Minister Of Colluding With Real Estate Developers is a relatively new position. created it shortly after his 2018 win, replacing the seat in Cabinet the Liberals had created for the Minister Of Cancelling Gas Plant Contracts.

Although a junior ministry, the position came to the foreground this week after revelations that several Conservative donors had bought seemingly unprofitable land shortly before the Conservatives reneged on their promise to preserve the Greenbelt. This has prompted questions about whether a government that exists solely to benefit wealthy real estate developers may be engaged in corruption.

However when asked how these developers knew to buy this land if his office did not tip them off Clark had a simple explanation:

“They’re psychic,” he said.

Image: Steve Clark’s twitter.