Published On: Apr 23,2020
Because of COVID-19, the two most intractable problems on the education minister’s desk have gone away.
Published On: Apr 20,2020
When businesses and organizations reopen, employees may not recognize the jobs they’re going back to.
Published On: Apr 11,2020
If home is the safest place to be these days, shouldn’t Ontario do more to keep seniors out of long-term-care facilities and enable them to live at home again?
Published On: Apr 08,2020
Both politicians got elected to disrupt the status quo. Alas, only one of them is rising to the occasion.
Published On: Mar 30,2020
Millions are now working from home, but let’s not be too quick to assume there’ll never be a need to go back to the office.
Published On: Mar 24,2020
All of Canada’s first ministers have received plaudits for their leadership in this crisis. Should they start sharing the spotlight?
Published On: Mar 23,2020
In normal times, rules are there for a reason, and they should certainly be followed. But these are not normal times
Published On: Mar 19,2020
Don't look now, but Ontario's premier is starting to impress.
Published On: Mar 16,2020
The former attorney general was a superstar at Queen’s Park — but his career started with a shocking defeat 47 years ago yesterday.
Published On: Mar 09,2020
Lost in the hubbub of Steven Del Duca’s win is the fact that he’s the first Italian-Canadian to become an Ontario party leader.
Published On: Mar 03,2020
It may be a dream come true for many, but few are asking whether the demand for a francophone university really exists.
Published On: Mar 02,2020
The dispute between the Ontario government and the teachers’ unions is about who speaks for Ontario’s education system. The answer should be clear
Published On: Feb 18,2020
If you’re riding the trains or streetcars in Toronto, remember the folks in the northwest who made it possible.
Published On: Feb 11,2020
ANALYSIS: New Democrat MPPs are about to head off on a retreat — and you have to think their party’s third-place standing will be top of mind.
Published On: Feb 10,2020
Last week, political veterans met with newbie senators behind closed doors. Here’s what they had to say about navigating a minority government.
Published On: Feb 07,2020
Far from home, you can still run into people with vivid memories of Ontario political history
Published On: Jan 28,2020
Last week marked the final B’Nai Brith Sports Celebrity Dinner. For almost seven decades, it celebrated greatness — and created unforgettable memories.
Published On: Jan 22,2020
At an event this week, three of Canada’s most prominent former MPs peeled back the curtain on the realities of being a woman in politics.