The Social Contract at 25

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

It divided the province and the party in charge. It pitted unions against their long-time political allies, the NDP. Debt, deficits, and the battle to tame billions in government spending led to a controversial policy with a powerful legacy. The Agenda looks back a quarter century at what came to be known as Rae Days, and the social contract of Ontario's first and so far only NDP government.
Revisiting Rae's Days; The NDP's Social Contract at 25
Sep 20, 2018
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