Posts Filed Under: Queen’s Park
Ontario's new transportation minister is very committed to building things. He seems much less concerned with whether we are building the right ones.
Parkdale-High Park MPP says her party abandoned its socially progressive values during the recent provincial election.
Our wishes for each of the province's main parties, now that the election is done.
Some important things to consider before casting your ballot today.
Much to our chagrin, the only endorsement we can make.
Minority Liberal government is dissolved after Premier Kathleen Wynne asks the Lieutenant-Governor to call an immediate election.
NDP confirms it will vote against the budget the Liberals unveiled yesterday, triggering an election.
The latest in provincial waffling on a viable, sustainable, full-fledged transit policy.
Even a Jesse Barfield cameo can't save this locally shot "comedy" with a 1980s dream team of Kathleen Turner, Burt Reynolds, and Christopher Reeve.
Uber-assassin Nikita is once again travelling the world without leaving the GTA, as we look at the back half of Season 2.
If private member's bill succeeds, the days of strategic voting could be numbered.
Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Toronto to mourn those killed by security forces in Kiev, and to show support for a peaceful transition in Ukraine.
The councillor announces he'll focus instead on brother Rob's mayoral campaign—but leaves the door open for a future provincial run.
A provincially appointed panel has issued a set of recommendations on which new taxes would be the best for transit funding.
Premier says Toronto must be able to run itself, but might give council greater decision-making powers to cope with the mayor.
Another attempt to open up beer and wine sales in Ontario, another quick refusal by Queen's Park.
The debate about which taxes and fees we might get to pay for new transit has been delayed; in the meantime many aren't sure we need any new money at all.
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