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Patrick Brown is no better than Kathleen Wynne

Ontario PC Party leader Patrick Brown has managed to alienate nearly every conservative faction in the PC party

Water Runs Downhill: Toronto Edition

Globe and Mail: More than 1,000 planned purpose-built rental units have instead been converted to condominiums in the Greater Toronto Area since Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government expanded rent control in the spring, according to a new report that warns the region’s rental supply crisis is poised to worsen. Show More Summary

Ontario health-care workers call on province to declare opioid emergency

2 months agoHealth : Macleans: Health

In a letter to Premier Kathleen Wynne, front-line health workers say they're unable to respond effectively to an increase in overdoses The post Ontario health-care workers call on province to declare opioid emergency appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Why Kathleen Wynne benefits from losing Glen Murray

Glen Murray, the Ontario minister of the environment, is gone. Some may interpret this as a loss for Kathleen Wynne. It isn’t. It’s awesome. One, I know Glen Murray. I’ve briefly worked with Glen Murray. I don’t like Glen Murray. Neither do a lot of people who are obliged to deal with him.  He doesn’t listen, […]

Alt-Right Japanese-made SUV spotted on return to TO

Alt-Right wants to fire Kathleen Wynne. Vehicle driven, shockingly, by porcine old white guy.  Oh, and snap election? Who does that benefit, exactly?

Ontario is Getting a $15/hour Minimum Wage

5 months agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

In Ontario, the fight for a $15 minimum wage will soon become a reality. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has announced that Ontario’s minimum wage will rise to the $15 per hour mark by January 2019, phased in with a $14-per-hour increase at the start of 2018. Show More Summary

Canada: Ontario to pay guaranteed incomes to the poor

Ontario has launched a pilot program to provide a guaranteed basic income to a few thousand people to test its effects on recipients and public finances, the Canadian province announced Monday. Provincial Premier Kathleen Wynne said the program would provide a "basic income" for three years to 4,000 people living under the poverty line.

Ontario Set to Unveil Its Plan to Cool Toronto Housing

Ontario is expected to impose a tax on "non-resident speculators" when it announces new measures Thursday to cool the red-hot housing market in Toronto, according to people familiar with the plans....Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, Finance Minister Charles Sousa and Housing Minister Chris Ballard are scheduled to make an announcement at 9 a.m. Show More Summary

#ONpoli, and the false god of anonymous sources

So, there’s a Toronto Star story this morning about Kathleen Wynne’s political future. By my count, it has five sources in it who are quoted directly, but not named. There are three other people quoted in it: Wynne, her Finance Minister, and a guy who doesn’t want to be quoted. A snippet: Sources told the […]

Hydro rate cut: personally, I’ll take it

Huge scoop from the Star: Premier Kathleen Wynne will slash electricity rates by 25 per cent this year, the Star has learned. In a dramatic move to be finalized at cabinet Wednesday, Wynne’s government is poised to unveil sweeping measures to rein in the soaring hydro bills that currently have the Liberals’ popularity plummeting. Sources […]

Five things Kathleen Wynne is doing to save her political skin

With an election looming next year, Ontario's premier is cratering in the polls—and desperate times call for desperate measures The post Five things Kathleen Wynne is doing to save her political skin appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Kevin O’Leary on his governing style: Speak loudly, carry a big stick

The Conservative leadership hopeful says his angry letters to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is about setting tone The post Kevin O’Leary on his governing style: Speak loudly, carry a big stick appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Mayors Work to Secure Housing Funding, But Is it Enough?

9 months agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Toronto needs $1.7 billion for social housing capital repairs alone. Mayor John Tory suffered a political embarrassment at the hands of Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne late last week when she refused his request to institute tolls on two highways. Show More Summary

Paper Hammers Ontario Premier Wynne’s “Pure Political Cowardice” for Killing Toronto Tolling Plan

The Globe and Mail reports, “Mayor John Tory went way, way out on a limb when he made his bold proposal last fall to impose tolls on the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway. Premier Kathleen Wynne left him dangling there, giving him the clear impression she would not stand in the way. Show More Summary

Wynne Says No to Tory’s Tolls, So What’s Next?

9 months agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

The options don't look good. Kathleen Wynne announced this morning that the Province would deny Toronto City Council’s request to implement road tolls on the DVP and Gardiner. In lieu of the ability to toll the two urban highways that...Show More Summary

Queen’s Park thwarts Toronto’s highway toll plan

Premier Kathleen Wynne will announce a government plan to provide hundreds of millions of dollars for municipalities for transit in the form of a gas tax enhancement The post Queen’s Park thwarts Toronto’s highway toll plan appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Ontario Premier to Kill Toronto Tolling Proposal

Toronto Sun reports, “Mayor John Tory’s plan to toll the Gardiner and Don Valley Parkway has been parked — permanently. Sources tell the Toronto Sun that Premier Kathleen Wynne will reject Tory and Toronto city council’s request to toll the key arteries into and out of downtown. Show More Summary

Ontario Premier Wynne Won’t Give Toronto a “Blank Cheque” on Tolling

CBC News Toronto reports, “[Ontario] Premier Kathleen Wynne is signalling she won’t give Toronto a blank cheque on its proposal to levy tolls on the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway. The tolls — already endorsed by Toronto City Council earlier this month — require provincial authorization to become a reality.... Show More Summary

Memo to Kathleen Wynne: Upload the Gardiner & DVP back to the province to stop tolls

There has been huge debate recently over Toronto mayor John Tory's proposal to impose tolls of some kind on the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway (DVP).Lots of anger too, mainly from those motorists who will potentiallyShow More Summary

Premier Kathleen Wynne Backs Toronto Tolling Plan

Toronto Star reports, “Premier Kathleen Wynne will give the green light to Mayor John Tory’s proposal to toll the Don Valley Parkway and the Gardiner Expressway to bankroll transportation infrastructure. ‘“If Mayor Tory and his council...Show More Summary

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