Tag Archives: Dalton McGuinty

Bring Political Ethics Back

This is a comment from frequent Bulldog contributor Tony Benjamin. He was responding to the post, The Political System Is Broken: It’s been broken for a good while. When you have a political party patting themselves on the back, while the … Continue reading

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Fraser Win Shows Grits Still Kicking

Congratulations to new Liberal MPP John Fraser in Ottawa South. Fraser knows his community well and despite all the problems swirling around the previous Grit regime at Queen’s Park, the Tories could not defeat him. He will be a good … Continue reading

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Ontario Imposes Agreements On Teachers

This is a release from the Ontario Premier’s Office: Ontario is moving forward with the implementation of collective agreements for all teachers and support staff that meet the province’s fiscal targets while protecting the classroom experience and the gains made … Continue reading

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Ontario Teachers Are Looking Out For No. 1

With respect, we have returned to memories about the teachers who helped us during our formative years. But today, there is less respect. The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario is conducting rotating strikes across the province.

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Keep The Legislatures Open: Interest Group

There’s more out there on the Bulldog sites than just Bulldog Ottawa. On Bulldog Canadian today, a national interest group starts an anti-prorogration campaign so that legislatures stay open for reasonable amounts of time. Meanwhile on Bulldog Business, we discuss … Continue reading

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What Should McGuinty Do Next?

On Bulldog Canadian today, we discuss if Dalton McGuinty should run federally. And on Bulldog Business, we explore what ever happened to the good discussion on the Lang and O’Leary Exchange.

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Peter Hume For Ottawa South?

Now here’s an intriguing thought. Could someone like Alta Vista councillor and planning committee chairman Peter Hume win the provincial riding of Ottawa South with Premier Dalton McGuinty gone?

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Inside Scoop On McGuinty’s Federal Aspirations

Bulldog Canadian has the inside scoop on what Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty is thinking about a federal leadership run. To read the post, click here.

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Christine Sinclair, Dalton McGuinty … And More

We have lots of new material on the Bulldog Group of News Sites today. On Bulldog Canadian, check out the analysis written last night on the surprise resignation of Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, an Ottawa boy who made good. Also on … Continue reading

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Watson Thanks McGuinty For Public Service

This is a release from Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson on Dalton McGuinty’s resignation as premier. To read Bulldog Canadian’s take on the McGuinty years, click here:

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Teachers Look Bad, Senators Look Good

What exactly are our Ontario teachers trying to do other than alienating the public? First they began withdrawing volunteer services from schools. Then they didn’t show at A.Y. Jackson Secondary School in Kanata for meet-the-teacher night despite the fact more than 100 … Continue reading

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Ontario Teachers Don’t Need To Wear Black

Teachers are some of the most valuable resources in our society. They mould keen youngsters into valuable adults. They are paid accordingly. But society has paid an enormous price for the largest economic calamity the world has faced in a … Continue reading

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