2014 ontario election

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Jun 9, 2014
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Latest job numbers show Ontario on unsteady ground

Kaylie Tiessen
New Statistics Canada jobs data shows that much of Ontario remains on the same unsteady ground it was on a year ago. Much of the big-picture data masks a continuing shift in Ontario's labour market.
Blog
Jun 6, 2014
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Short Circuited: Assessing Tim Hudak's energy policy

Brendan Haley
The Ontario PCs' assumption that it's possible to slash electricity prices with the wave of a wand, and that in turn will generate large numbers of new jobs, is not believable.
Columnists
Jun 6, 2014

The problem with right-wing populism

Populism can be a good starting point for political action. What really matters is: where do you go then? The difference with right-wing populism is that it rejects the social route.
Columnists
Jun 5, 2014

Voting pro-social in the Ontario election

If we leave behind the win-lose, ideological lens of left and right, we can wake up to the fact that most of us in the NDP and the Liberal party and the Greens are in the sharing and caring camp.
Blog
Jun 5, 2014

Fact-checking the Ontario leaders' debate

Kayle Hatt
Jennifer Story
We dug into three statements from this week's Ontario leaders' debate with the goal of both fact-checking the political statements and providing the policy detail behind the debate.

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