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If the Ford government can fix it, it will be a huge win for the public.

An auto insurance fix would be Doug Ford’s best chance to help Ontario consumers

Rayne Fisher-Quann, the 16-year-old co-organizer of March for Our Education, speaks to a group of over 100 students and supporters on the front lawn of the Ontario Legislature on Sunday September 23, 2018.

In legal fight over sex ed, Ontario teachers union overplays its hand

For those still stuck on a carbon tax, ask yourself why Trudeau’s 4.5 cent-per-litre tax would turn the tide when higher existing gasoline taxes haven’t done so.

With pragmatic new climate change plan, Ontario offers antidote to eco-hysteria.

The Ford government will retain a significant amount of the program spending that the Liberals were paying for with their cap-and-trade revenue.

Watchdog’s cap-and-trade autopsy reveals plan had little bang for Ontario’s bucks

What's next for the premier who hit the ground running this summer?

For Doug Ford, promises are easy, but planning is hard.

When it comes to education, the provincial government sets the rules and approves the curriculum. None of that is new under Ford.

Doug Ford isn’t bullying Ontario’s teachers — he’s asking them to act like employees.

In his first week, Premier Doug Ford has signalled that the new style will be sensible pragmatism.

It’s been so long since Ontario had rational government, it’s hard to recognize it now that it’s here.