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Katie Lynes | The Wynne government needs to implement the updated 2010 sex-ed curriculum in Ontario because the current version is out-of-date and out-of-touch.
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David J. Climenhaga | From way out here in the oil-soaked hinterlands, Thursday's by-elections sounded like a pretty acceptable result from Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's perspective.
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Nora Loreto | What do the results of Ontario's byelection mean for the NDP? Voters delivered a clear message: out with the Liberals, down with the PCs.
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David J. Climenhaga | Why is the exchange rate rising, you ask? Could it be Syndrome Hollandaise, the petro-version?
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Gerry Caplan | Whenever the next election falls, Ontario's teachers have made their intentions unmistakable. They're prepared to campaign against politicians who treat teachers as little more than a political tool.
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Lori Theresa Waller | The ongoing labour crisis in Ontario's public schools may just be a prelude to a much broader battle about to unfold between the government and all public sector workers in the province.
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Rick Salutin | The mystery is why Dalton McGuinty was willing to torpedo everything he stood for. Not just his "legacy," which may be a journalistic flourish, but the goals he seemed to be in it for from the start.
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Dalton McGuinty, Darrell Dexter, and Mark Carney
Christopher Majka | Energy was at the forefront of the Council of the Federation meetings. The premiers also want more control over immigration, and additional investment in higher education and labour force development.
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Michael Giuffre
David J. Climenhaga | Just before the provincial election last spring, when it looked very much as if the Wildrose Party and not the PC government was about to win, the AMA backed the wrong horse.
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Jimmy Carter
David J. Climenhaga | Good for Parliamentarians like NDP MP Linda Duncan for keeping an eye on Sunday's Ukrainian election. But the next time we have an election here in Canada, who are we gonna call?
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Toronto wind turbine. Photo: David Dodge/Green Energy Futures/Flickr
Stuart Trew | You might have seen news that the WTO will soon declare that the local content rules in Ontario's Green Energy Act are an illegal barrier to trade and investment.
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Duncan Cameron | There is nothing like a leadership contest to fire up a political party. Currently, three Liberal parties are running simultaneous leadership contests: in Quebec, Ontario, and federally.