OPINION: The government’s proposed new “super-agency” could be just what the doctor ordered for Ontario’s health-care woes, writes John Michael McGrath
OPINION: The Tories cut funding for the planned l'Université de l'Ontario français. Marc L. Johnson explains how the institution was conceived — and why it would serve a vital purpose.
OPINION: Plenty of schools have underused parking lots. John Lorinc asks, what if we could turn them into housing?
OPINION: A new private member’s bill from MPP Michael Coteau aims to drive down the costs of repairing electronics. If the PCs are smart, writes John Michael McGrath, they’ll give it a fair hearing.
OPINION: The company has unveiled a proposal to kick-start development of Toronto’s Port Lands. There’s just one problem, writes John Michael McGrath — Doug Ford has already said no.
OPINION: The fact that the case of the voyeuristic high-school teacher had to go to the Supreme Court tells you all you need to know about how society values women’s privacy, writes Lauren McKeon.
OPINION: A new report offers some bold suggestions for combatting Toronto’s housing-affordability problem, writes John Michael McGrath. So how much do you care about parking, pools, and rec rooms?
OPINION: The future of the waterfront attraction is up in the air. If we want it to survive, writes John Michael McGrath, we may need to let the past die.
OPINION: Demand for their services is growing — and so are wait times. If #MeToo is going to make a real difference, writes Lauren McKeon, the province must make rape crisis centres a priority.
OPINION: It’s good that the official Opposition leaked a draft of the government’s massive health-care reform bill, writes John Michael McGrath. But there’s no cause to cry “privatization” just yet.
OPINION: Two years ago today, a lone gunman murdered six people at a mosque in Quebec City. We must mourn their loss, writes Sidrah Ahmad — and do our part to create a healthy society.
OPINION: The Ontario government is considering removing the caps on class sizes. Two early-childhood experts explain why doing so could harm relationships between students and teachers — and hinder children's learning.
OPINION: Campus media outlets are vehicles for free expression, something Doug Ford says he wants to defend. But his government’s new education-funding framework threatens their very existence, writes H.G. Watson.
OPINION: The Tories may be looking to introduce a two-tiered health-care system. That's not the way to solve the problem of "hallway medicine."
OPINION: The 35-year-old died in a Toronto clothing-donation bin last week. But bins aren’t the main issue, writes Lauren McKeon — homelessness is.
OPINION: If the electorate won’t punish politicians for making unkeepable promises, writes John Michael McGrath, then who can blame the Tories for making one more?