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<b>4TH READING: DALTON MCGUINTY</b><P><P>With rumours of a spring election swirling, the Ontario Liberals are ahead in the polls, and have just released a series of slick new ads featuring their leader Dalton McGuinty. Things may be looking up, but for the past three elections, Liberals have gone down to defeat after seeing a commanding lead evaporate during an election campaign. Dalton McGuinty explains his plan to avoid a similar fate to former NDP Cabinet Minister Ruth Grier, Liberal Advisor Richard Mahoney and Conservative Advisor Guy Giorno.<P><P><b>Bureau Chief: Susanna Kelley Producer: Erica Balch</b>
Feb 02, 2003
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OPINION: There’s finally a different president in the White House. And the decisions he makes could shape how we fight the pandemic here at home.

Started in Hamilton, the CP@Clinic program sends paramedics into the community to offer medical advice, check-ins, and social connection.
The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
In response to COVID-19, the board shifted to phone and online hearings — and advocates say that jeopardizes access to justice for vulnerable tenants.
OPINION: The research is still evolving. But if it turns out that schools are a major driver of COVID-19 spread, the plans this government made — and changed — will come back to haunt them.
The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit and local organizations are poised to apply for provincial funding. But the process is long and complicated — and there’s no guarantee of success.
At Misiway Milopemahtesewin, in Timmins, counselling is grounded in traditional teachings — helping people process a shared set of traumas and reconnect with their cultures.
In December, North Kawartha Township's only grocery store burned down — so locals stepped up.