“I almost said Mike Ford.”
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is spending an extra $8 billion, according to the recent Throne Speech, for all kinds of good services, not the lease of which is health.
Warren Kinsella knows a fair amount about Liberal backroom politics seeing that he has lived in those backrooms for much of his professional life.
Ontario came very close to getting legal marijuana distribution right.
No government should be allowed to throw away $3.2 billion.
It has not gone unnoticed in provincial Tory circles that in late October, according to a Forum Research Poll, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s popularity was running at 14 per cent. […]
Premiers Kathleen Wynne and Dalton McGuinty gambled with Ontario’s debt and maybe, just maybe, they have won. The Bulldog’s defence of government spending in bad times has not been popular […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor and commenting star Sheridan responds to The Bulldog post, Arbitrators Get Real In Police Settlement. At the provincial level, public service labour negotiations look hopeless for the […]
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has shuffled her cabinet trying to make it younger and contain more women. Neither of these things bodes especially well for Ottawa West-Nepean MPP Bob Chiarelli who […]
Now you might ask, “How do you know that Ken?” Well it’s like this. In his Wednesday column, Denley says: “Unless you have spent the last decade in a cave, […]
Former Ottawa city councillor Alex Cullen has been one of the leaders of the fight for many years to ban corporate and union donations to campaigns of municipal candidates. While […]
This is a release from the office of Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne: Ontario is taking steps towards giving municipalities the option of using ranked ballots in future municipal elections. As […]
This is a release from the Ontario Premier’s Office: Ontario is raising the general minimum wage from $11 to $11.25 per hour, effective October 1, 2015. Minimum wage rates for […]
Bulldog readers aren’t supporting Premier Kathleen Wynne’s position on retail alcohol sales. It’s not that they don’t want liberalized alcohol sales. No Bulldog readers want wide-open beer and wine retailing […]
Should the Ontario government be making it legal for large supermarkets to sell wine and beer? Or is the status quo the best bet? Does it matter to you? If […]