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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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Gerry Caplan | Thursday's five by-elections in Ontario were another blow to Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak. This constitutes a real crisis of confidence.
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John Bennett | Are we willing to leave our endangered species a little room on the planet or must we take it all away? Sadly, that's the question facing Canada's 300 endangered and 400 threatened species.
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rabble staff | Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath held a press conference Tuesday to announce her support for the budget put forward by Ontario's Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne.
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All eyes on Andrea Horwath this week in Ontario.
Buzz Hargrove, Brent Hawkes | We are asking the NDP and the Liberals to co-operate and pass the budget (possibility with some tweaking). However we are frankly asking for much more.
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Rob Ford. Source allanbeatpoet/flickr
Michael Laxer | Rob Ford may get his wish. If he does, the city's transit expansion plans will be stalled and stymied yet again.
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Alice Klein | The fact is that when it comes to the Ontario budget, this is no time for recklessness. We have a unique opportunity right here, right now. And the need for good government couldn't be greater.
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Hugh Mackenzie, Trish Hennessy | Ontario's 2013 budget is a kinder, gentler version of the last budget Dalton McGuinty tabled a year ago, which launched Ontario into a year of austerity battles with labour.
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Teachers rally outside the Ontario Liberal convention. (Photo: hdurnin / flickr)
Lori Theresa Waller | The union representing education workers in Ontario elementary schools said yesterday it has no intention just yet of telling its members to end their boycott of extra-curricular activities.
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Rick Salutin | Kathleen Wynne is the most unexpected, intriguing government leader I've seen in Canadian politics. Yet it's hard to say why.
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Rally at Allan Gardens. Photo: LexnGer/Flickr
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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Rick Salutin | This isn't the politics of ideas and issues anymore, though it has those. It's the politics of inclusion. Obama's win in the U.S. is the prototype, but only in his second election.