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A minister resigns over excessive expense accounts, and a secret $10 million tax break for sports teams signed by Mike Harris just before leaving office has left ministers fuming, the opposition smelling blood and Premier Ernie Eves promising to introduce a new ethics package. Studio 2's Queen's Park panel is joined by the Deputy Leader of the Ontario Liberals, Sandra Pupatello, the MPP for Windsor West.
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Oct 13, 2002
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After the outbreak at Hamilton’s Rececca Towers, residents had access to shots onsite — and they want others to have the same opportunity.

OPINION: The health minister says there's no need for financial incentives to get the shot. That's okay for now — but things could look different in September.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
OPINION: I waited hours this weekend for a shot — and was turned away. Inventory control and simple addition shouldn’t be this hard.
Ron Davis is a brilliant jazz pianist. Thanks to the pandemic, he’s no longer playing — and he’s likely not the only one.
The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
OPINION: There are arguments for having Section 33 in our Constitution — undoing the errors of a government that can’t seem to shoot straight isn’t one of them.
The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
OPINION: A few months ago, we were all scrambling to get our shots. Now we have more than we can use — it’s time to increase capacity.