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Hugh Mackenzie | In the lead up to Budget 2014, the Wynne government is caught in between the doom and gloom fiscal narrative her predecessors handed her and the end of austerity narrative her government floated.
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Roger Annis | The Ontario government's move towards a provincial pension plan may not be as appealing as it sounds and is no substitute for the CPP improvements that Harper/Flaherty are refusing.
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Michael Laxer | Minimum wage and non-'middle class' workers do not need small cuts to hydro bills or auto insurance rates. They need a leftist living wage and job strategy.
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Todd Ferguson | Would raising the minimum wage in Canada result in huge job losses? Well according to minimum wage and unemployment rates, it appears not.
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Trish Hennessy | A leader who is ready to champion a higher standard of pay -- especially for the lowest paid workers in the province -- may well discover they're on the right side of history.
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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| The Wynne government needs to implement the updated 2010 sex-ed curriculum in Ontario because the current version is out-of-date and out-of-touch.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 | Armed Forces members should be with Ontario Hydro crews in Toronto, clearing trees and checking homes for vulnerable trapped citizens. The PM should be there too.
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Sheila Block | Great organizing efforts will increase protection for marginalized Ontario workers -- it's already secured some key victories and will continue to pay off.
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Stuart Trew | This month's unanimous motion by Toronto City Council insists that Toronto have a say in whether they should be covered by international trade rules restricting their spending and government powers.
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Kaylie Tiessen | After more than 100 years of business, Leamington's Heinz plant is closing, throwing 740 people out of work and sending the community into economic shock.
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Stuart Trew | Small- and big-C conservative provincial governments have forced legislative votes on a Canada-EU trade and investment deal no one has seen and isn't even finished yet.
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Stuart Trew | Applause for Prime Minister Harper's freshly concluded trade deal with the European Union was swift and loud. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne joined the celebration last Friday.