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Ontario Votes 2018: What Will It Take to Win?

Now that the writ has officially dropped, Ontario is into a 28-day sprint to Election Day. As the leaders of Ontario's three main political parties hit the campaign trail, the question of what it will take to win is front of mind for all. Counsel’s Philip Dewan,...

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2018 Ontario Election: Ridings to Watch | Toronto

May 8, 2018 - With the writ about to drop, this is our final installment of Ridings to Watch. We’re taking a closer look at the tightest races among the 25 seats that make up Toronto, Canada’s largest city and the capital of Ontario. Toronto Hogtown. The Big Smoke....

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2018 Ontario Election: Ridings to Watch | GTA

May 3, 2018 - With the kick-off to the 2018 Ontario Provincial Election only a week away, Counsel’s series continues with the pivotal battleground in this year’s election: the suburban ring of the Greater Toronto Area. It’s a timeworn but true observation that...

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2018 Ontario Election: Ridings to Watch | Southwestern Ontario

Continuing Counsel’s overview of the ridings to watch in the upcoming 2018 Ontario Provincial Election, today’s installment takes a look at the province’s traditional manufacturing heartland: the urban areas of Southwestern Ontario. Southwestern Ontario Perhaps no...

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NDP Platform Seeks to Unite Progressive Voters

Today, Andrea Horwath released the Ontario New Democratic Party's platform for the June 7th provincial election. Caught between the determined leftward shift of the Wynne Liberals, and the upsurge in attention generated by the late-breaking selection of Doug Ford as...

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Setting the Stage: Ontario Election Preview

April 4, 2018 - The 2018 election season in Ontario is setting up to be one of the most unpredictable, controversial and exciting races the province has ever seen. With the Ontario budget now in the rear-view mirror, campaigning is in full swing. Over the next two...

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The Ontario Budget Cares – Will the Voters?

It was the budget that cared – but will Ontario voters get a case of the warm and fuzzies, or will they see it as a desperate run on the bank in a bid for re-election? Today, Minister of Finance Charles Sousa delivered his sixth Ontario Budget, A Plan for Care and...

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