The fact is that when it comes to the Ontario budget, this is no time for recklessness. We have a unique opportunity right here, right now. And the need for good government couldn't be greater.
The Campaign to Raise the Minimum Wage took their fight to the steps of the Ministry of Labour on Thursday, calling for an immediate 37 per cent increase to Ontario’s minimum wage.
Kathleen Wynne is the most unexpected, intriguing government leader I've seen in Canadian politics. Yet it's hard to say why.
The Ontario government must not wait for another tragedy before it acts.
On January 26, we will take our demand for a compassionate and prosperous Ontario directly to Liberal Party members and leadership candidates.
The mystery is why Dalton McGuinty was willing to torpedo everything he stood for. Not just his "legacy," which may be a journalistic flourish, but the goals he seemed to be in it for from the start.
Don't be fooled by all the analysts. Dalton McGuinty is king of Ontario. Whether or not he finally gets the magic 54 seats required for a formal majority, the province is his.
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A common refrain has been that all of Ontario's election platforms are unrealistic given a deteriorating economic outlook. We should evaluate how each party's platform would fare in a downturn.
This Ontario election sounds a lot like the scenario in 1985 that led to the unprecedented and never-repeated Accord -- capital A -- between David Peterson's Liberals and Bob Rae's NDP.