Former Ontario Premier Bill Davis is Toronto Mayor John Tory’s political hero. Forty-four years ago he forever cemented his reputation as a champion of smart transit by killing the Spadina Expressway. Can Toronto’s current mayor do the same with the Scarborough subway?

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What politicians said about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of March 23-26, 2015.

The Homeopathy Act is slated to receive royal assent on April 1, creating the College of Homeopaths of Ontario. On the one hand, it grants legitimacy to a heavily criticized practice. On the other, it creates accountability where there’s currently none.

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Technological change is transforming traditional charity—both how it operates and what it does. Big data, crowdfunding and changing social norms present significant challenges and opportunities. How the nonprofit sector responds will reshape the landscape of charitable giving.

The wind power debate in Ontario tends to centre on health concerns and energy prices. But those aren't the only reasons many rural Ontarians are anti-wind. Can anything be done to win them over? 

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The Alberta government appears to be taking a page from Ontario history in its efforts to get the books back in balance. 

Brand loyalty still has meaning for the older generation, but younger donors increasingly want their dollars directed to granular causes. Meanwhile, the demand for tangible results is increasing and, perhaps paradoxically, high overhead and administration costs are raising the ire of donors.

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Fundraising is transforming. There are fewer donors giving more on average, and the younger generation increasingly prefers crowdfunded campaigns to traditional giving. What does the rise of the digital civil society mean for charity in Ontario?