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Wynne Government shifts to the left in advance of presumed spring election

Ontario’s Fall Economic Statement signals shift to the left in advance of presumed spring election What you need to know: The Fall Economic Statement signals a shift to the left by Ontario’s Liberal minority government. Broad spending cuts are not being considered. The Wynne government says it

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Ontario needs fundamental change not a fight over austerity vs. stimulus

DAVID MACNAUGHTON, The Globe and Mail: In the debate over the proper policy course for governments to assist in getting our economy out of its current doldrums, economists, politicians and policy wonks have essentially split into two camps. One, the austerity folks, advocate reduced government spending, smaller

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New player in Toronto communications landscape aims to remedy ‘broken’ PR model

StrategyCorp launches strategic communications offering to empower organizations for the new realities of managing reputations The Toronto PR/communications landscape got a new player this week with StrategyCorp Chairman, David MacNaughton announcing the launch of the veteran public affairs firm’s new strategic communications practice – an offering that

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How Harper can win again

DAN MADER, National Post: Mid-way through its mandate, the Harper government faces its most serious challenge since the opposition attempt to form a coalition in late 2008. Read full article >>

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Ontario needs to think about investing in infrastructure

J.C. BOURQUE, The Globe and Mail: Governments around the world face an infrastructure challenge. Ontario is no different. Read full article >>

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Ontario’s minority Liberals take budget plans public in bid to stave off trip to polls

SONYA BELL, iPolitics: In sharp contrast to the secrecy that surrounds a typical government budget, the Ontario Liberals have been spilling the spring spending beans on a very public stage. StrategyCorp’s John Duffy weighs in. Read full article >>

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Ontario 2013 Budget Review

The politics of a minority government are playing themselves out once again in Ontario.  Although this time a new Premier isin place, demands from the NDP and an outright rejection of the budget from the Progressive Conservatives are creating a sense of déjà vu at Queens Park.

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Why the Ontario Progressive Conservatives are the party of ideas

J.C. BOURQUE, The Globe and Mail: Of the three major parties, only one appears to have finally decided to grapple with reality. Tim Hudak and the Progressive Conservative Party have released a number of interesting, innovative and occasionally controversial policies that seriously attempt to respond to the

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Does the Liberal party have a future in Canada?: YES

JOHN DUFFY, Ottawa Citizen: Thursday night at the Canadian War Museum, in a debate presented by the Macdonald Laurier Institute (macdonaldlaurier.ca), sponsored by the Ottawa Citizen and moderated by historian Jack Granatstein, Michael Bliss and John Duffy debated the resolution: The Liberal Party has no future in

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Power Play: Ontario Throne Speech

KELLY AIZICOWITZ, CTV News: Premier Wynne sets province’s agenda. Watch video >>

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