Today striking Red Cross Care Partners personal support workers are at the door step of three government ministers – Deb Matthews (Health), Yasir Naqvi (Labour) and Charles Sousa (Finance). In recent days Health Minister Deb Matthews has said she wants to let … Continue reading →
While Federal Liberal leadership aspirants are free to subject their candidacy to a year-long striptease before declaring, Ontario Liberals do not have the luxury of time. With the membership cut-off in just four weeks, there’s little time to play coy.
Yasir Naqvi mulled it over for a few days before deciding to bide his time . . . → Read More: Calgary Grit: OLP Leadership Update
Sixteen years ago, Dalton McGuinty won the Ontario Liberal leadership race at 4:30 am, after 5 rounds of voting. Always one to defy expectations, McGuinty worked his way up from 4th place over the course of 9 hours in what was truly one of the wildest leadership conventions in Canadian history.
Although it’s almost impossible . . . → Read More: Calgary Grit: After 16 Years of McGuinty, What’s Next for OLP?
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty has announced his resignation! McGuinty, who has led the Ontario Liberals since 1996 and been premier since 2003, stunned his caucus Monday evening with the announcement and call for a “renewal” of leadership. The following is the text of McGuinty’s resignation speech: Sixteen years ago, when I was elected leader of . . . → Read More: Canadian ProgressiveCanadian Progressive: Dalton McGuinty’s resignation speech
A lover of beer. For males, what a cliche. But it is more than a passing interest. I will drive hours to experience micro-brew from the factory. I will sample any international brew – but I always return to the local. Once, I had disposible income and placed in stocks of a micro-brewery. This is . . . → Read More: The Wheatsheaf: There is a tear in my beer because I am crying for you dear