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Sid Ryan | The Ontario election did solidify one thing: Canada's politicized labour movement is ready to defend the rights of workers. It stopped Tim Hudak and now it's taking aim at Stephen Harper.
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Gerry Caplan | A strange case of amnesia has afflicted the provincial political parties in Ontario. Some attribute the malady to a common virus for which there is no known antidote: acute political opportunism.
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Alex Hunsberger | The defeat of Tim Hudak in the Ontario election was one battle. Now the second battle we're facing is a scandal-plagued Liberal government and a "progressive" budget.
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Linda McQuaig | Kathleen Wynne broke a number of taboos last week in the Ontario election. Perhaps most surprising was her defiance of right-wing orthodoxy claiming the public won't vote for higher taxes.
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Stephen Kimber | Did he quit? Was he suspended? Does their contretemps even matter to the post-Ontario-election future of the current incarnation of the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia?
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Nick Fillmore | Nick Fillmore weighs in on the Ontario election, strategic voting and describes his experiences volunteering with a campaign whose efforts went straight to stopping the Hudak agenda... and won.
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Murray Dobbin | Canadians have been sold a bill of goods about there "being no alternative" to small, mean, punitive and arrogant government. Kathleen Wynne has the opportunity to take a different path.
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Mick Sweetman | The Ontario election on Thursday saw voters re-elect Kathleen Wynne's Liberal Party, with a majority government, and reject the possibility of a hard-right Conservative government.
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Hennessy's Index | At 52.1 per cent, the percentage of voters who cast a ballot in the 2014 Ontario election is up from the province's 2011 historic low of 48 per cent. How does it fit into voter turnout across Canada?
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Ish Theilheimer | Whether you liken Andrea Horwath's 2014 campaign to the Iraq invasion, Custer's Last Stand, or the Charge of the Policy-Light Brigade, it ended, predictably, in confusion and slaughter.
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Jim Stanford | Through its response to the math debacle, the PC leadership revealed its colours: a group that puts ideology ahead of evidence, and that will let nothing distract from a wedge strategy to win office.
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Linda McQuaig | Tim Hudak's folksy persona has tended to obscure two key things -- he remains committed to anti-union legislation borrowed from Arkansas and he is capable of a cynical dishonesty that is breathtaking.