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Why Ontario can’t seem to ease its debt burden

POLITICS (Troy Media) Government debt has grown much faster than the economy in recent years, and little change is expected over the next several years

Ontarians pay a high price for power system mess

POLITICS (Troy Media) Years of government mismanagement of the power sector must be corrected or families will continue to suffer

Putting patients first can save Canada’s health system

Patients First could be an incredible moment for health sector leaders to dramatically reshape how health care is delivered

A tale of two Carolines and their impeccable political pedigrees

TAUBE (Troy Media) Brian Mulroney’s daughter, Caroline, wants to run in the next Ontario election. She shares may characteristics of another Caroline, JFK’s daughter

Ontario government’s focus on foreign buyers misses the point

POLITICS (Troy Media) Focus instead on reducing the time it takes to obtain a building permit and the per-unit costs to comply with regulations, which amounts to almost $50,000

Ontario’s high electricity costs could cripple families

POLITICS (Troy Media) If electricity prices keep rising at their current rate, the trade-offs that families have to make will become increasingly difficult to manage

Don’t keep parents in the dark about their child’s transgenderism

DI MUCCIO (Troy Media) A handful of Ontario school boards have decided that parents shouldn’t be told if their child has adopted a transgender identity

Heroes come in all steps and sizes

TAUBE (Troy Media) Adi Astl took matters into his own hands and built steps down an unsafe pathway in a Toronto Park which the city had been unwilling to build for 10 years

Ontario government strangling its wineries’ ability to compete

POLITICS/BUSINESS (Troy Media) Likes to talk about its love for local wineries, but giving more shelf space to local vintners at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario would hurt provincial revenues

School board kills diversity without consultation

EDUCATION (Troy Media) There are good reasons not to teach To Kill a Mockingbird, but shielding students from racist language is not one of them

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