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York professor plumbs new low of public discourse

We can debate public policy issues without hurling wild accusations like “social murder” at those with whom we disagree.

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Why many parts of Ontario feel left behind

Net job growth over the past decade has been heavily concentrated in Toronto and Ottawa.

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Ford vs. Wynne—what’s the difference

Federal law requires all provinces to price carbon, and if they refuse, Ottawa can impose the tax on the province.

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Ontario—from fiscal leader to fiscal laggard

Next year Ontario’s debt burden per person is projected to surpass Quebec’s.

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Population is not growing, employment is shrinking, and new investment spending has shrunk.

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Ontario in the grip of short-term policy thinking
The costs of Ontario’s energy policy mistakes are being pushed onto future taxpayers.

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Ontario government’s plan—let traffic get worse
Traffic congestion isn’t just a nuisance or environmental hazard—it’s also a significant economic harm.

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The average Ontarian is now poorer than the average Canadian.