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Trudeau Shuffle’s Cabinet to Position for Election 2019

Prime Minister Trudeau retooled his cabinet today to prepare for an intense fifteen months leading to the October 2019 federal election. A government usually deals with two kinds of issues: those that are good for the party and should be emphasized in an election (swords); and those

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StrategyCorp Guide to Ontario Premier Ford’s New Cabinet

Doug Ford was sworn in today as Ontario’s 26th Premier along with a Cabinet that represents a mix of familiar faces as well as those new to Queen’s Park.  Today also marks the first day of an Ontario Progressive Conservative government since 2003, after fifteen years of Liberal

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“See you in September!” The House of Commons adjourns for summer. What’s in store when they return?

The ritual of MPs offering thanks to their staff, clerks and pages, encouraging colleagues to visit their ridings – each invariably touted as “the most beautiful part of the country” – and bidding one another adieu before scrambling for cabs to the airport played out on Wednesday

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Ontario Premier-Designate Ford Names Transition Team, Chief of Staff

Premier-designate Doug Ford wasted no time in launching the transition process as he prepares to be sworn-in on June 29th as Ontario’s 26th Premier. Today, he held his first press conference in this new role. In it, he reiterated that the initial focus of his new government

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Ontario PC’s 2018 Platform

“Plan for the People” Economic Policy Healthcare Policy Education Policy Infrastructure & Transit Natural Resources & Energy Environment Governance & Accountability Public Safety

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Ontario Liberals 2018 Platform: Quick Reference Guide

Economic Policy Healthcare Policy Education Policy Infrastructure & Transit   Natural Resources & Energy Environment Labour Policy

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Ontario Election 2018 – 15 Years of Liberal Government in the Balance

The formal start of an election, with the premier making a visit to the Lieutenant General to call for an election, is generally treated as big deal in Ontario politics. But this time, the start of the 42nd Ontario general election feels like an afterthought. 2018 has

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Ontario NDP 2018 Platform: Quick Reference Guide

Key Priorities: “Five changes for the better” Provide drug and dental coverage for all Ontarians End hallway medicine and fix seniors care Cut hydro bills 30% by bringing Hydro One back into public hands Convert student loans into grants and create co-op jobs Protect middle class families

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New Democrats deploy a progressive vision as the seventh player on the ice

The offer that Ontario’s New Democrats will be making to the province’s voters this spring got some definition today. This afternoon, Andrea Horwath rolled out her party’s platform to an audience in Toronto and on Facebook Live. Referring to the plan as one that “puts people at

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Ontario Liberal Budget Pledges New Spending to Woo Progressive Voters Ahead of June Election

With only 10 weeks to go until the June 7 provincial election, today the Ontario Liberals introduced an election-ready budget that is intended to draw voter support by committing to new social policy initiatives that underscores the Liberals’ campaign theme of “fairness and opportunity.” As the Liberals

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