The Inside Agenda Blog

The Ontario Liberals are promising to balance the budget by fiscal year 2017-18. But do Ontarians still care?


Upstart technology companies—the likes of once startups, now global giants Uber and Airbnb—are upending traditional businesses at a rapid pace, forcing governments to find a delicate balance between imposing regulation and nurturing innovation


With celebrity endorsements and the most new PC member signups, Patrick Brown can't be ruled out.


In September, Ontario’s elementary school students get a new physical education curriculum, including sex-ed elements that the government backed down from almost five years ago.


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Premier Wynne is defending her party’s actions behind-the-scenes of the Sudbury by-election. Will this be a turning point for the government’s popularity?


Two PC leadership hopefuls have backed out in the last week leaving front-runner Christine Elliot with only two opponents.


He isn't a household name, but his brilliance touched many of Canada's finer institutions. Let's take a moment to remember the contribution of Dr. John R. Evans.

Last year, Restaurant Brands International, the company that also owns U.S. chain Burger King, bought Tim Hortons. This week, RBI posted a substantial loss.