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Patrick Brown’s never been a cabinet minister, provincially or federally. He’s never been a committee chair. He’s never been a parliamentary assistant. How’s he the front-runner to win the PC Party crown?
Once the province’s natural governing party, the Progressive Conservatives have faltered in four straight elections. One problem: a failure to connect with urban Ontario. Can Patrick Brown or Christine Elliott convince their city-dwelling constituents they have a plan?
The rules for Ontario PC Party leadership convention are complicated and convoluted. And not exciting at all.
Many aboriginal organizations in Ontario, and across the country, oppose new legislation that gives CSIS a much wider set of powers. Will Bill C-51 criminalize protest and subject specific groups to increased surveillance?
What politicians said about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of April 27-30, 2015.
The new provincial budget promises billions of dollars for infrastructure, beer sales in grocery stores and the sale of Hydro One. But in the small cities and towns of northern Ontario, smaller changes are the most significant.
Yvette d’Entremont is known online as “Science Babe.” Her mission: to debunk bad science that circulates widely and easily on the Web. She talks to Steve Paikin about the special ire she has for anybody who discourages parents from vaccinating their children.