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Real estate insiders want more houses built, not more housing regulations.
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By Wayne Karl Bryan Tuckey was on fire. Speaking at the Toronto Real Estate Board's (TREB) recent Market Year in Review & Outlook 2017 event, Tuckey was killing it on the topic of new low-rise homes....
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Every year in Ontario, without warning and through no fault of their own, thousands of people are severely injured in car accidents. It could happen to you, because it happened to us. We come from different backgrounds, different parts of the province, and have lived very different lives; we never met until this year.
Six out of 10 Toronto realtors willing to break ethics rules, investigation finds.
He's a student at Brock University.
He was first elected 21 years ago.
He failed to defeat Liberal governments in 2011 and 2014.
The bill now has to go to committee to be studied before it has a chance at becoming law.
Wynne launched her $2-million suit in April last year.
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Perhaps there is an element to which the Conservatives truly believe they are fighting a cultural and religious practice that they find repugnant. Even still, that seems far beyond the point, as has been stated many times by various commentators: a conservative man forcing a woman not to wear a niqab is effectively the same violation of her liberty as a conservative man forcing her to wear the niqab. What could be more Canadian than including someone's harmless religious practices in a citizenship ceremony, or really any other facet of public life?
Time to focus on the two leading candidates who actually have a shot at, not just winning the leadership, but the premiership of Ontario in a few years. Both Vic Fedeli and Christine Elliott come from the political rich middle where most Ontarians reside in. They have had distinguished leadership roles in business, law and politics among them.
A jobs plan that may have doomed Ontario Progressive Conservatives last spring could now become a key issue in that party’s race to find a new leader. On Monday, presumed PC leadership front-runner Ch...
It is laughable that the Ontario Liberals are scolding residents of the province for not putting enough away for their own retirements when the Government has so chronically underfunded it's own defined benefit pension plans that they look more like Ponzi schemes than retirement benefits.
Nearly one in three people employed in Ontario is a union member. If you are one of these 1.6 million workers, you enjoy a tremendous advantage because your union has negotiated a fair wage and workday for you.
In the race to replace Tim Hudak as the next leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, obscurity could be the greatest opponent likely candidates will face. A poll by Forum Research published b...
In all of the coverage of the Ontario election and the new Wynne government, the media has completely overlooked one of the most important stories of them all. What people don't realize is that the labour movement came together in an unprecedented way to defeat Progressive Conservative party leader Tim Hudak, and kept the U.S. anti-union movement out of Canada.
TORONTO - Tim Hudak is making his first appearance at the legislature since he resigned as leader of the Progressive Conservatives after losing the June 12 election.He says he missed the first two wee...
TORONTO - Ontario's Progressive Conservatives need to back off attack mode if they hope to form government again, new interim leader Jim Wilson said Wednesday.Wilson, who held the health and energy po...
Tim Hudak is set to bow out as the leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party Wednesday after five years on the job. Weeks ago, he hoped that come Canada Day, he would be leading the provin...
TORONTO - The governing Liberals will lay out a plan Thursday that won't just set their agenda for the next four years, but the next decade and beyond, Finance Minister Charles Sousa said Wednesday.Th...
TORONTO - One week after losing the Ontario election, Tim Hudak told his caucus Wednesday he will officially step down as Progressive Conservative leader July 2, the day the legislature returns under...
TORONTO - Tim Hudak insisted Monday he would stay on as the head of the Progressive Conservatives until the party elected a new leader, despite calls for him to step down immediately following a humil...
The biggest loser in this election is not the Hudak Conservatives, but the NDP. Had Ms. Horwath not defeated the May budget and triggered this election, she would have kept the minority Liberals hostage to her dictates. While the NDP is set to gain an additional seat in these elections, it has lost all legislative power it enjoyed only a few weeks ago. Hardly a success by any measure. Tim Hudak's Conservatives ran a far right Tea Partish campaign that took comfort and strength in ideology, flawed as it may be, and not in rationality.
Earlier this week, on CTV news, I predicted that two political parties would be looking for new leaders if the Ontario Liberals prevailed. Election day had yet to expire when Tim Hudak announced he would be stepping down, fulfilling half of my proposition. What I didn't say, but had meant to, was that defeating the party of Dalton McGuinty should be effortless, and that any leader unable to pull the thing off must be regarded as unfit. Never in my recollection has Ontario suffered a regime so deserving of a rude dismissal, and yet here we are, and here they are too, nothing having been altered by an election that may as well never have happened.
Tim Hudak's staunch hard-right austerity message failed last night to vault his Progressive Conservatives over the incumbent Liberals, but pundits say the loss will also be a sobering lesson for...
TORONTO - Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak announced his resignation after the Liberals won a majority in Thursday's provincial election. A successor will be chosen at a leadership co...
Tim Hudak has resigned as leader of the Progressive Conservative Party after a landslide loss to Kathleen Wynne's Liberals in the Ontario election. Wynne and Liberals secured a majority government Thu...
Ontarians head to the polls today to elect their 41st government. All indications are that the results will be close — so close that a number of pollsters and analysts are refusing to predict how the...
TORONTO - Kathleen Wynne powered Ontario's minority Liberals past a legacy of scandal Thursday, staving off aggressive assaults from the Progressive Conservatives and New Democrats for an unexpected m...
Tim Hudak has emerged as the main challenger to Kathleen Wynne and the governing Liberals in the 2014 Ontario election. Polls have been tight between the Progressive Conservatives (PCs) and the Liber...
TORONTO - Uninspiring choices at the ballot box, negative campaigns and unprecedented involvement from organized labour have political observers worried that the upcoming Ontario election will be marr...
An Ontario Liberal MPP has apologized to Tim Hudak for distributing flyers showing the PC leader laughing as a hospital explodes behind him. Steven Del Duca's campaign team apparently used a Photoshop...