Stephen Tapp, Research Director at the Institute for Research on Public Policy, uses a novel approach to deduce the ideological leanings of Canadian think tanks. 

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Think tanks may be non-partisan, but that doesn't mean they don't have a view point. Here's a quick mapping of where they land on the political spectrum.

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Ontario Power Generation's plan to bury low and intermediate level nuclear waste near the shore of Lake Huron in a deep geological repository (DGR) makes headlines in US border states.

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If you’re looking for the most bang for your buck, you can't do much better than voting for your school board trustee on October 27. Get some tips on how to pick your local trustee. 

Small-town Ontario leads the way on e-voting. Nicole Goodman, Research Director at the Centre for e-Democracy at University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, explains why.

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Think tank reports get a lot of press. Do they add to or complicate the public policy ecosystem? 

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Our current Ontario ridings make the value of an individual vote far from equal. Whoever wins this election has the chance to literally redefine the electoral map in Ontario. But so far, no one's talking about it.

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Premier Kathleen Wynne spent a good part of last week taking aim at Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Did the prime minister just fire back by calling two by-elections in the province?

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If everyone agrees that jobs and the economy are the top election issues, child care advocates want to remind the parties that before people can head off to work, they need someone to look after their children. What do you think?

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