Oct 26, 2018
Lots to talk about on the education file in Ontario politics with the new provincial government pulling the pin on three new university campuses in the GTA.
A decision to roll back Liberal labour reforms sparked protests and death threats targeting Tories
And then, there is the carbon tax. The Prime Minister not...
Oct 23, 2018
Did you know the Sex Ed consultations were going on? You're not alone. We also get a hint this week of how the Ford government might be handling the issue of slot machines at horse race tracks across the province.
And John Wright has some new numbers on the Premier's popularity four months after he led the Progressive...
Oct 13, 2018
The Ontario legislature was quiet this week, thanks to the Thanksgiving holiday, but there was no shortage of activity at the Park.
We had announcements on the cannabis file, healthcare, and more on the price of beer. (Pretty soon they'll be paying you to take the beer!)
It also included some speculation on Premier...
Oct 6, 2018
Here we are approaching the first 100 days for the Ford government in Ontario and the agenda continues to be dominated by commitments to undo initiatives launched by the previous Liberal government.
That includes repealing a labour law that guarantees equal pay
and time off for part-timers.
The Health care review panel...
Oct 1, 2018
It almost felt like a 'business as usual' week at Queen's Park - the 8th week in the legislature since the Doug Ford Tories won a majority government back in June.
They managed to tick off a number of boxes - promises made-promises kept: including moves to kill the Green Energy Act, stopping the minimum wage increase...