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2019 Ontario Municipal Chief Administrative Officer Survey

StrategyCorp’s 2019 Ontario Municipal Chief Administrative Officer Survey is out! StrategyCorp’s Ontario Municipal Chief Administrative Officer Survey 2019 focussed on two sub-sets of Ontario CAOs: CAOs of northern municipalities: We interviewed a selection of northern municipalities, a category of community to which we wanted to pay more attention. 

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Mitchell Davidson to lead StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy

Toronto – July 18, 2019 – Today StrategyCorp announced the addition of Mitchell Davidson to its growing Management Consulting practice. Mitchell will lead the creation of the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy. The Institute will be StrategyCorp’s market-facing think tank on innovation in domestic and

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Doug Ford Shuffles Ontario Cabinet to Launch Year Two

Just a few weeks ago, Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s government marked its first year in office. While the Ford government moved quickly out of the gate to implement its action-heavy agenda, the reality of day-to-day governing has created a number of challenges. While the government received a sound majority and made

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Are we on the path to universal, single-payer National Pharmacare?

With the federal election on the horizon, the Advisory Council on Implementation of National Pharmacare released its final report, providing the Liberals with a path forward on how to implement a universal, a single-payer, public system of prescription drug coverage starting in 2020. The plan also helps

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Blue Wave Recedes in Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador bucked a national trend last night, defying what some pollsters had predicted would be the sixth province to defeat an incumbent government in the past year. Dwight Ball’s Liberal Party held on to a minority government against Ches Crosbie’s Progressive Conservatives, despite a recent

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Canada-US Tariff Fight Finally Ends

Almost a year after U.S. President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum – and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded with countermeasures on a host of U.S. exports to Canada – the tense trade dispute ended abruptly today. In a joint statement, the United States

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Kenney Cabinet Takes Office, Sets New Course for Alberta

Jason Kenney has been sworn-in as the 18th Premier of Alberta.  He also announced his new cabinet in Edmonton.  Given that only Kenney and Calgary MLA Ric McIver had previous cabinet experience at any level, Kenney’s cabinet ministers will have to be quick studies on the files

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PEI Election 2019: PEI Joins the “Time for Change” Trend

When it comes to provincial elections, Canada’s smallest province doesn’t often make headlines, but Prince Edward Island’s 2019 election delivered change in several ways.  For the first time since 2007, the Progressive Conservative Party under Dennis King will form a government with twelve seats.  For the first

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Alberta Votes for Change

In convincing style, Albertans voted overwhelmingly for change last night by electing United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenney as the next Premier of Alberta. Kenney’s UCP won 63 of 87 seats and 55% of the popular vote. Outgoing Premier and NDP Leader Rachel Notley won 24 seats

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Ontario PC government tables budget that sets the stage for more transformation of how government does business

Any government’s first budget is intended to blaze a trail for the remainder of its mandate, and the first PC budget in 15 years did just that. Finance Minister Vic Fedeli set out the path to a balanced budget that is reasonable and designed to fulfill many

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