Parry Sound-Muskoka’s NDP candidate Clyde Mobbley was in Bracebridge  this morning at PC Candidate Norm Miller’s campaign office to protest Tim Hudak’s 100,000 job cuts plan. Mobbley spoke with Miller outside the office and told the Moose that people he’s been speaking to have been asking what the job cuts are going to do for Ontario when people need jobs. Miller says the PC plan is to balance the budget and that part of the plan is to reduce the civil service to its 2009 levels over four years through attrition and contracting out work. The job cuts plan is one of this year’s most controversial Provincial election campaign issues. To watch a video of this morning’s event, see the link below: