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

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

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Could a Green Victory in PEI Signal Greater Political Shifts Across the Country?

Islanders head to the polls after Easter Weekend for a potentially consequential election. Liberal Premier Wade MacLauchlan announced the election, claiming PEI could be a “beacon.” However, his claim may be more valid than he intended. MacLauchlan hopes to set PEI history with the Liberals’ fourth-straight election… Continue Reading Could a Green Victory in PEI Signal Greater Political Shifts Across the Country?

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Statement Regarding Panamanian Presidential Election

StrategyCorp Inc. issued the following statement: On March 30, 2019, the following article appeared in Metro Libre in Panama. Lombana contrata Call Centers en España, Argentina y México https://metrolibre.com/actualidad-y-pol%C3%ADtica/politica/209-elecciones/211-elecciones-secundaria/163960-lombana-contrata-call-centers-en-espa%C3%B1a,-argentina-y-m%C3%A9xico.html A Google translation of the article is as follows: The candidate for the Presidency of the Republic for… Continue Reading Statement Regarding Panamanian Presidential Election

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Trudeau Election Budget Seeks to Convert Remaining Prosperity into A Renewed Liberal Mandate

“Liberal times are good times,” the Grits are fond of saying, and Trudeau’s government has indeed been blessed with quarter after quarter of economic good fortune. Now, in the economic cycle’s waning days, Finance Minister Morneau is seeking to leverage Canadians’ remaining sense of prosperous times into… Continue Reading Trudeau Election Budget Seeks to Convert Remaining Prosperity into A Renewed Liberal Mandate

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Murray Adds Another Green Voice to Trudeau Front Bench

For the third time in 2019, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has shuffled his Cabinet, promoting Parliamentary Secretary Joyce Murray to the role of President of the Treasury Board and Minister of Digital Government. Today’s shuffle follows Jane Philpott’s resignation from Cabinet on March 4. Since then, Public… Continue Reading Murray Adds Another Green Voice to Trudeau Front Bench

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Ford Government & Health Care: Unpacking The People’s Health Care Act, 2019

The Ford government has introduced its health system legislation, The People’s Health Care Act, 2019. As its centerpiece, the legislation will merge 20 major health care provincial agencies, including the 14 Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) into a single agency called Ontario Health (“the Agency”), and lead to… Continue Reading Ford Government & Health Care: Unpacking The People’s Health Care Act, 2019

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Last Cabinet Shuffle Before Election 2019? Scott Brison’s Resignation Prompts Mini-Shuffle

Last Thursday’s announcement of the resignation of political veteran Scott Brison from his Treasury Board portfolio prompted today’s mini-shuffle of the Cabinet. Brison’s departure also required the Liberals to highlight a new face from Nova Scotia at the Cabinet table.   This could be the last shuffle… Continue Reading Last Cabinet Shuffle Before Election 2019? Scott Brison’s Resignation Prompts Mini-Shuffle

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