Politics & Government
'Funding will help break the cycle of intimate partner violence and help keep communities safe.' Province Investing in Partner Assault Response Program
'Age, isolation, and disillusionment with government contribute to anti-democratic sentiments.' Democracy in North America: Survey reveals a significant segments in Canada, U.S. open to authoritarian leadership
'Municipal Elections are perhaps the most important elections of all because it's about hyper-local individual communities.' The list of Candidates Running for office across Waterloo Region
'Prior to being removed from the 2020 federal PC leadership race, Jim Karahalios was supported by the Campaign Life Coalition.' New Blue Party unlikely to succeed in 2022 provincial election
'Close to half of Canadians (46%) – say it was necessary to give police the tools and resources necessary to quell protests.' Emergencies Act Review: Canadians divided whether 'Freedom Convoy' could have been dispersed without it.
'PM Trudeau seen as biggest political beneficiary; early tests may include increased defence spending.' The Art of the Deal? Canadians split along political lines over NDP-Liberal Agreement
Ford is pulling out the stops: It's re-election time and Dougie will do whatever it takes to get there.' First Buck-A-Beer - Now Licence Plate Renewal Fees and Stickers.
'Bill 136 legislation has the strongest penalties in the country for people who violate animal welfare laws.' ‘PAWS’ and Think Twice Before Leaving Your Pet in a Hot Car
'Municipalities that support public transit services in their community receive two cents per litre of provincial Gas Tax revenue collected.' Ontario Gives Boost to Municipal Public Transit through Gas Tax funding
'Hospitality industry allowed to extend patios, sell alcohol with food takeout, sell local beer at farmers’ markets.' Ontario Cutting Wholesale Alcohol Prices to Support Restaurants and Bars
'More Canadians believe North American trade agreements have hurt more than helped.' Three Amigos Summit: More Canadians believe North American trade agreements have hurt than helped
'$612,000,000 and all I got was a FREE pencil' says one voter about the snap election outcome. $612,000,000 and all we did was shuffle the deck and came up with the same hand (pretty much)
'While Ontario’s plan is cautious to protect students and staff, it also prioritizes learning recovery.' Students Head Back to Class in Safer Schools says Ontario Government
'Budget Reviews: One in Five (19%) Thumbs Up, One in Five Thumbs Down (19%), Rest “Shrug their Shoulders” (62%)' Chrystia Freeland’s Budget Doesn’t Budge National Party Standings: Liberals Maintain Double-Digit Lead over Conservatives
“Our government is investing more in public education than any government in Ontario history' - Stephen Lecce Ontario Unveils $2 Billion Plan to Keep Schools Safe and Support Learning Recovery and Renewal
'2021 Budget Brings Province's COVID-19 Response to $51 Billion.' Ontario's BUDGET Action Plan: Protecting People's Health and Our Economy says Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy
'What ever happened to FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE?' Trump Claims Widespread Cheating And Mail-in Fraud - BUT It Ain't Over Till They're ALL Counted.
'Unlike CERB, The New CRB Has A 10% Tax Withholding At Source' The Government of Canada launches applications for the Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB)
'Since 2000, Canada’s senior governments have spent $97 billion more than they budgeted' Canada's Governments big budget misses not just a COVID problem. Since 2000, Canada’s senior governments have spent $97 billion more than they budgeted
Karahalios Calls Bill An Unnecessary Overreach Cambridge MPP Belinda Karahalios Will Sit As An Independent After Voting Against Bill 195