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Do taxi drivers lack access to essential medicines because our MPs have it? PC Leader Patrick Brown Denies Participating in Sexual Misconduct Why hiring consultants to fix our healthcare system doesn’t work Time to Stop Talking About Speech Laws and Start Talking About Speech Rights! Ontario Chamber of Commerce Report says Ontarians Feeling Impact of Regressive Wynne Economic Policies  Why “King for a Day” approaches to homelessness don’t work

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Do taxi drivers lack access to essential medicines because our MPs have it?

Do taxi drivers lack access to essential medicines because our MPs have it?

The MPs mulling options for publicly funding medications this week will likely take their sweet time. There is no rush for them because they already have the type of publicly funded access to medications that is being contemplated for other Canadians.
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PC Leader Patrick Brown Denies Participating in Sexual Misconduct

PC Leader Patrick Brown Denies Participating in Sexual Misconduct

Patrick Brown has resigned as Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader in response to two allegations of sexual misconduct. The decision to step down has come just in time for the 2018 federal election on June 9th of this year. In response to these allegations, Brown has released a statement declaring their falsehood.

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Why hiring consultants to fix our healthcare system doesn’t work

Why hiring consultants to fix our healthcare system doesn’t work

The use of management consultants to design reforms for Canada’s health systems has become increasingly popular by both provincial and federal governments over the past several decades – but it’s not always been good value for money spent.  So why do we do it?
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Time to Stop Talking About Speech Laws and Start Talking About Speech Rights!

Time to Stop Talking About Speech Laws and Start Talking About Speech Rights!

The Lindsay Shepherd affair at Wilfred Laurier University was the moment the free speech and free thought lid blew off the pressure cooker in Canadian Universities as it exposed a Soviet-style inquisition at the hands of Wilfred Laurier University Professor Nathan Rambukanna.

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Ontario Chamber of Commerce Report says Ontarians Feeling Impact of Regressive Wynne Economic Policies

Ontario Chamber of Commerce Report says Ontarians Feeling Impact of Regressive Wynne Economic Policies

The Ottawa Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) released the second annual Ontario Economic Report (OER), a comprehensive analysis of data and emerging trends on the economic health of the province and the news is not good for the Wynne government.
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Why “King for a Day” approaches to homelessness don’t work

Why “King for a Day” approaches to homelessness don’t work

If we are serious about ending homelessness, we need to institute long-term solutions across all levels of government

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