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He is one of the Conservative Party's original Common Sense Revolutionaries. He says his party has lost touch with the average voter, but says the PC's must stay the course when it comes to tax cuts and balancing the budget to reconnect with the electorate. Tony Clement says only he represents the generational change needed to help the party win the next election. In a moment, we'll examine his prescription to get Ontario's economy humming again. First, a look at what he's said about that so far in the campaign to replace Mike Harris as premier.
Feb 24, 2002
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OPINION: Liberal leader Steven Del Duca is promising major voting changes. In the lead-up to the election, we need to press all parties for details about their visions of democratic reform.

Through historical photos and contemporary art, ‘Fragments of Epic Memory’ reflects a community that’s long been underrepresented in galleries.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province. 

OPINION: Bill 307 isn’t a bad law because it lacks a purpose. And it’s not bad because it required the notwithstanding clause. It’s bad because it’s sloppy and open to abuse.
OPINION: The idea that the pandemic should make the province rethink its plan to build more subways in Toronto is flawed. Subways were a good idea before COVID-19 — and they’ll be a good idea after it.  

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

Going after grassroots groups, a four-day work week, and big spenders at OLG.

OPINION: Things are looking up in Ontario. But the Tories shouldn’t let recent successes cloud their judgment like they did at the end of the second wave.

Reopening plans, QR codes, and child-care conflict.