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Ontario Treasury Board President Peter Bethlenfalvy provides detail on big changes coming to government

In the lead-up to the much-anticipated Fall Economic Statement President of the Treasury Board Peter Bethlenfalvy provided further detail of his government’s vision for modernizing government services and restoring trust in the province’s finances. The government has continued to stress the “moral imperative” to return the province

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New Brunswick Election: Minority Government Drama

For the first time in almost 100 years, New Brunswick is set to form a minority government, with PC leader Blaine Higgs in Saint John suburb Quispamsis claiming a slim victory in the province’s 49-seat legislature, winning the election by just one seat. The last time third

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Tories Go ‘Line-By-Line’ To Find Campaign-Promised Efficiencies

Following on the heels of Ontario Finance Minister Vic Fedeli updating Ontarians on the state of the province’s finances, predicting a $15 billion deficit for 2018-19, Treasury Board President Peter Bethlenfalvy has revealed the findings of the government’s promised “line-by-line audit”, conducted by an independent auditing firm.  Bethlenfalvy

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NDP’s Horwath names Ontario official opposition critics

Delayed by the summer legislative session, Andrea Horwath announced critic roles for the New Democratic Party caucus. All 40 MPPs in Ontario’s largest official opposition since 1985 were granted roles in the shadow cabinet, including two dozen rookie MPPs, alongside long-time Queen’s Park veterans. Rather than mapping caucus

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