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Trish Hennessy, Manisha Aggarwal-Schifellite | The experts at the CCPA have been tracking economic developments in Ontario throughout the year. Here are 10 charts that helped define the state of income, work, and the role of government in 2016.
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Rick Salutin | It's hard to recall the hopes Kathleen Wynne once inspired and how fresh she seemed. Let's refresh our memories.
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Hugh Mackenzie | Ontario must wake up and modernize its property assessment legislation to protect this critical source of revenue for local government.
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Hugh Mackenzie | When you look at the numbers, it is clear that everything else -- every other service that Ontarians depend on -- has been thrown under the infrastructure bus.
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Sheila Block, Kaylie Tiessen | Budget 2015 may be big on rhetoric, but it doesn't deliver on the promises for strengthening public services that Premier Wynne was elected on.
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Kaylie Tiessen | In anticipation of International Women's Day (this Sunday), let's look at how women are faring in Ontario's labour market.
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Kaylie Tiessen | Ontario started the New Year with very little change in its jobs numbers: the employment rate is holding steady but there is a shift in part-time job growth.
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Sheila Block | Ontario released its Fall Economic Update and Fiscal Review. Both revenues and economic growth are slightly lower than expected. But, the government is sticking to its deficit reduction plan.
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Kaylie Tiessen | Here in Ontario, we have glimpsed the future, and it looks a lot like Austerity 2.0. That's what Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's mandate letters set out for her cabinet last week.
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Kaylie Tiessen | While taking a look at the Canada-wide numbers is important to understanding the economic health of the country, zoning in on the provincial and regional levels can be very informative.
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Kaylie Tiessen | The numbers for the first quarter of 2014 were released in the heat of summer. A closer look tells us this update deserves more attention than it got. Here are some highlights.
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Kaylie Tiessen | Discussion of Ontario's deficit is bound to heat up this fall. It's a good time to start having that adult conversation about taxes. In fact, it's about time.