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Handicapping PC Leadership Contenders

StrategyCorp’s Dan Mader discusses the latest on the PC leadership race and the recent announcement by MP Patrick Brown to join MPPs Vic Fedeli and Christine Elliott, who are already in the race.  The PC Party will choose a new a provincial leader with voting taking place

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Ontario Ministerial mandate letters: Why they’re important

Ontario Government Releases Ministerial Mandate Letters Premier Kathleen Wynne has provided directions to her Ministers.  Yesterday, Ministers were provided with their mandate letters, outlining the government’s overall priorities as well as detailed priorities for each ministry.  Mandate letters are a tool used by some Premiers to provide

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StrategyCorp launches new website

Welcome! On behalf of the StrategyCorp team, I’d like to welcome you to our new website. When I first joined StrategyCorp almost seventeen years ago, we were a small team focused on traditional government relations services. What drew me to join the company was its innovative approach

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The Executive Council of Ontario Announced

The Executive Council Of Ontario Kathleen Wynne Premier and President of the CouncilMinister of Intergovernmental Affairs Deb Matthews Deputy PremierPresident of the Treasury BoardMinister Responsible for the Poverty Reduction Strategy Jim Bradley Chair of CabinetDeputy Government House Leader Michael Gravelle Minister of Northern Development and Mines Ted

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Ontario Election: Liberals Win Majority

Premier Kathleen Wynne has won a majority parliament and will form the next provincial government. The Liberals won 59 seats in the 107-seat legislature with 38 percent of the popular vote, Tim Hudak’s Progressive Conservatives (PCs) shrank to 27 seats with 31 percent of the vote, and

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Ontario Election Campaign Enters Critical Final Period

As Ontario enters the final week of the general election campaign, political observers are assessing whether Tuesday’s leader’s debate will have an impact on the final outcome. While the consensus view is that PC Leader Tim Hudak emerged as the debate’s victor, it is unclear whether his

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