Ontario may go to the polls next June with a woman leader in every party. In a curious twist, last weekâ€™s harassment allegation may put a woman in the premierâ€™s chair.
Usually, decision documents referred to cabinet include three potential options for approval. One is too hot, one is too cold, and one is just right. The middle ground tends to represent the choice of perfect porridge in the story of Goldilocks. In the draft version of carbon pricing, Liberals obviously opted for the not-too-hot and not-too-cold approach.
The ugly showdown between Unifor and Tim Hortons shows just how far this iconic donut shop has drifted from its humble beginnings on Ottawa Street in east Hamilton.
This may seem counterintuitive, as their charismatic leader is still the Liberalsâ€™ best weapon. But the longer he stays in politics, the more Justin Trudeau runs the risk of becoming just another boring politico.
Mid-term report cards on the governing Liberals have been flagging. They were unanimous in predicting the honeymoon was over. But four byelections in other parts of the country told a different story.
Last week, the AFN announced the formation of a committee to study how aboriginal territories will implement their own regulations.
As long as Bill Morneau is holding the reins at finance, the questions about his personal wealth and (now divested) family earnings will keep coming. The minister is a moving target for the Conservatives and the NDP.
With passage of a labour bill hiking the hourly minimum wage to $15, Kathleen Wynne set the stage for an election showdown with the Conservatives.Â