Activist Toolkit
Image by John Evans, 2013 Ottawa South candidate signs, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ottawa_South_2013_by-election_signs.jpg
| Now that the election day is near, here are some more targeted tools to help inform people you talk to and bust some of the lies.
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Karl Nerenberg | Elections Ontario is telling voters the party that wins the most seats always gets to form a government. That is utterly false.
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Doug Ford speaks to a group. Photo: Doug Ford/Flickr
Linda McQuaig | Doug Ford learned a key lesson observing the crushing electoral defeat of his predecessor: never reveal where the bodies are to be buried.
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Doug Ford shakes hands with members of the public. Photo: Robert Bell/Flickr
Krystalline Kraus | On Saturday, March 10, 2018, Doug Ford -- brother of late Toronto mayor Rob Ford -- won his bid to become the leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives.
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Kathleen Wynne at Thunder Bay town hall. Photo: Premier of Ontario Photography/flickr
Rick Salutin | Ontario Hydro was a public undertaking funded by the public that returned benefits to all. You can't sell it, you can only swipe it and hand it over, as Kathleen Wynne did.
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Dr. Kara Santokie | The Ford era is over for Toronto (for now). But as bleary-eyed Torontonians return to reality, what are they really waking up to?
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Kathleen Wynne
David J. Climenhaga | All the New Democrats really had to do to have a chance to win the government of Ontario was act like New Democrats.
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Karl Nerenberg | The areas of tension between Ontario and the federal government are numerous: equalization, debt and deficits, pensions and refugees and much more.
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Geoff Stevens | Someone will win on Thursday, although it can be argued that no one deserves to win. Liberals hope that fear will trump loathing.
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Ontario party leaders
Geoff Stevens | Tuesday's leaders' debate could change the course of what's left of the campaign, as many voters finally tune in to evaluate the leaders and their parties.
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Alice Funke | Popular political blog Pundit's Guide responds to left-wing critics of Andrea Horwath, raising the spectre of strategic voting.
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Rick Salutin | The act of voting is less simple than it seems. People are quite able to vote or act against what seem like their "real" interests in order to take a symbolic stand.