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The Wynning Way: The Premier can’t handle a two-out fly ball

By Gerry Barker

Posted October 1, 2015

Guelph, Ontario – There are two developments that have occurred under the Wynne watch at Queen’s Park. Both are self-inflicted by a premier who doesn’t seem to grasp that you cannot continue to spend tax dollars that you don’t have. 943 more words

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Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders - Progress?

Back in 1980 there was also a junior varsity table at the presidential debates, not within the GOP primary, but for the “third” parties.  Barry Commoner, presidential candidate for the Citizens’ Party (precursor to the Greens), debated Ed Clark, the Libertarian. 310 more words


Hydro One sale poised to go ahead amid choppy markets, opposition objections

TORONTO — Despite recent stock market volatility, and objections from opposition parties, the initial public offering of shares in Hydro One Ltd. is expected to go ahead later this year. 530 more words

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Reevely: Province promises 'update' on Hydro One sale

Pressing on through the opposition’s vigorous, er, opposition, the provincial Liberals are moving toward selling a piece of Hydro One’s transmission business and trying to squeeze more money out of the public liquor business. 254 more words


See Photos of the Highlight of Frank Gifford's College Career

Before Frank Gifford was an NFL MVP, a sportscaster or an actor, he was a college football player. And in perhaps the most memorable game of the season that made him an All-American, the University of Southern California halfback scored a 69-yard touchdown against the top ranked team in the country, the University of California, Berkeley. 134 more words

Ontario premier appoints Ed Clark as business adviser

TORONTO – Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is appointing former TD Bank CEO Ed Clark, who recommended the partial sale of Hydro One and changes to beer distribution, as her business adviser. 98 more words


Dear Mr. Clark: Please tell the premier revenue is not Ontario's problem

Fiscal problems stem from spending, not external forces

According to the Globe and Mail, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has a new advisor, former TD Bank chief executive officer, Ed Clark.   699 more words

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