Posts Filed Under: “Dalton McGuinty”
On August 1, the riding of Etobicoke-Lakeshore will gain a new Member of Provincial Parliament, and Toronto will probably lose a councillor.
A guide to the people running to replace Dalton McGuinty as leader of the Ontario Liberal Party.
The premier hopes to install video cameras at entrances.
Ontario premier prorogues the provincial legislature and steps down.
The "Education Premier" makes his case for scaling back teacher compensation.
Provincial legislature to vote on new deal for teachers later this week.
Other cities use sales tax to fight gridlock. Why can't Toronto?
After a week of budget chicken, everybody's ready for summer vacation. Who were the winners and losers?
Dwight Duncan says the budget vote will proceed as scheduled tomorrow, but wasn't feeling concilliatory in a fiery statement this afternoon.
NDP leader says her party will let the provincial budget pass, but won't budge on opposing four schedules that have to do with labour negotiations.
The Toronto District School Board beat their budget shortfall, but it won't be pretty. Let the finger-pointing begin.
The Ontario government and the province's doctors aren't seeing eye to eye on fees, and we may all end up paying the price.
The dust is finally settling on the Ontario budget debate, and whoever won, it wasn't taxpayers.
McGuinty agrees to surtax on top earners, NDP agrees to back budget.
Instant coffee: a copout, or not that bad? Discuss. But also: Police Association president and Dalton McGuinty not on board with safe injection sites; Air Canada workers might be playing hooky today; relief for CityPlace residents comes in the form of mesh; a baby bird is rescued; and Princess Margaret announces giant fundraising campaign.
It's still a long shot, but the odds of a provincial election are ticking up slightly as nobody wants to back down on budget talks.
The liberal "austerity" budget isn't making the opposition parties especially happy, but it won't trigger an election.
The Liberal budget has little to please and something to annoy everyone. But the only question that matters is, will it cut the deficit?