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Oct 22, 2021

At least it came with a Q&A opportunity. The Doug Ford government tells us what we already know, unveiling its cautious plans to step out of STEP 3.

But Ford Nation still struggles with its obsession with the fringes when it comes to vaccine policies, voting down Opposition motions to make vaccines mandatory in the...


Oct 15, 2021

Great to have Sabrina Nanji at the Queen's Park Observer join this week's edition of On The Ledge.

The province of Ontario has started rolling out its proof of vaccine QR code initiative. But it won't be implemented until October 22nd. The Ford government says they want to make sure businesses and individuals have...


Oct 11, 2021

Really? The province of Ontario decides major sporting events, cinemas and theatres are among the blessed sites that are now allowed to have full capacity. That means the Leafs and Raptors will be playing to full houses. 

But the "rules" still don't apply to restaurants, bars or gyms. 

Needless to say, the...


Sep 24, 2021

Chantal Hebert at the Toronto Star summed it up best on Election Night. "It was an election that nobody wanted and nobody got what they wanted."

You can't even say we ended up with the status quo because the campaign only served to make politics more divisive at a time when the country cries out for leadership and...


Sep 19, 2021

These final hours of the federal election campaign have made things clear as mud. The polls have consistently suggested the Liberals and Conservatives are in a dead heat among decided voters. The only confident prediction is we will have a minority government when all is said and done. 

Who will sit in the PM's chair?...