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ontario election 2011

Last September, while swimming against a tidal wave of negative public opinion, I predicted the BC Liberal Party led by Premier Christy Clark would win the May 2013 election. Understandably, most readers scoffed. I can assure you that I am no Nostradamus. Don't bother asking me which stock to pick or what the 649 Lottery numbers will be. Rather, I relish being a contrarian. It is my nature to question the prevailing view on a range of topics - politics in particular - and to hopefully stir intelligent debate.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is looking at changing the laws surrounding election spending after an annual Elections Ontario
Over the last year, the provinces of Ontario, Alberta and Québec were called to renew their representatives in their respective provincial legislatures. But Contrary to the trend in Ontario and Alberta, where the revelation of a candidate's bias would stain a campaign, Parti Québecois rose in the polls following the aforementioned disturbing disclosures, and even managed to win a minority government.
TORONTO - Due to an increase in population, Ontario could be getting 15 new federal ridings. The Federal Electoral Boundaries
Until midday yesterday, the economy was the topic of discussion vis-a-vis the U.S. election. But as we all now know, the conversation has shifted over to an issue far more volatile and incendiary -- that of gay marriage. Think the outcome of the election was a sure thing? You're dead wrong.
TORONTO - Opposition Leader Tim Hudak made some frank admissions Wednesday about what went wrong for the Progressive Conservatives
Though access to sex offender registries continue to be limited to police and correctional agencies here in Canada, America's attempts at creating a nationwide database have been stymied by how the state registries are operated and the wide differences in how sex offenders are treated from one state to another.
TORONTO - The Toronto District School Board plans to step up its efforts to have the Progressive Conservatives apologize
TORONTO - Ontario's New Democrats said Thursday they aren't eager to force an election but added the minority Liberals must
TORONTO - The political machinations whirled furiously at the Ontario legislature Tuesday as the staffers and elected officials