A poll conducted by DART Insight and Communications and commissioned by NewsTalk 1010 found that three-quarters of Torontonians want new leadership at Queen’s Park. 79 per cent of East York residents hold that sentiment.
Hundreds of Canadians stand in solidarity with Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar on Saturday afternoon at Queen’s Park
A long-time member of the Ontario Progressive Conservative caucus offered personal thanks to retiring MPP Tim Hudak on his final day in the legislature.
Lisa MacLeod, MPP for Nepean-Carleton, paid tribute to former PC leader Hudak, Thursday morning, during his last appearance at Queen’s Park.
“I was struggling with depression,” MacLeod said. “He would sit with me, either here at Queen’s Park or on the phone when I was at home, and he would try to boost me up. Sometimes that was daily. That’s the Tim Hudak I know: well brought up, always deserving of my loyalty, always a friend.”
The leader of the Progressive Conservatives says the new autism program announced by the Ontario Liberal government will hurt not help Ontario familIes.
On Thursday during question period at Queen’s Park, the government and Opposition parties debated the issue following Monday’s throne speech, in which the government’s policies on children with autism were announced. PC leader Patrick Brown spoke against the government plan.
“This government has put families with children with autism through unimaginable pain,” Brown said.
The Ontario Progressive Conservative leader is critical of the Liberal government’s planned hydro rebates, but even more so of its planned sell-off of Hydro One shares.
At Queen’s Park on Thursday, MPP Deborah Matthews defended Liberal plans to offer hydro rebates for Ontario’s urban and rural regions. PC Opposition leader Patrick Brown reiterated his position after Monday’s throne speech.
“For the last two days, I have said that if the Liberals actually wanted to get hydro rates under control, they should stop signing ludicrous contracts,” he said.
Pressured by low approvals and a recent bi-election defeat, Kathleen Wynne used Monday’s throne speech to announce an HST rebate off all hydro bills.
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Picketers marched to Queen’s Park Wednesday March 4, 2015 to drum up support for their labour dispute with York and the University of Toronto. But as Observer Television News’ Veronica Agudelo reports, some students worry the strike will cost them their semester.
Premier Kathleen Wynne said she’s heard complaints of sexual harassment but isn’t releasing the names of the accused. Nov. 5, federal Liberal leader, Justin Trudeau announced that two Liberal MPs have been suspended from caucus because of sexual harassment allegations made by two NDP MPs. Following the announcement, Premier Wynne let on that sexual harassment complaints also exist in Ontario’s […]