By Chris Thompson, The Windsor StarOctober 30, 2009
?For his sins David Caplan resigned, and I want to know if Dwight Duncan is going to do the same thing,? said Thornhill Progressive Conservative MPP Peter Shurman.
Philippe Orfali (Le Droit)
Mal financ?s et mal compris par l'administration publique, les services en fran?ais doivent ?tre revus pour mieux r?pondre aux besoins de la population, implore le commissaire aux services en fran?ais de l'Ontario dans son second rapport annuel, pr?sent? hier.
Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan is expected to project a higher deficit than the revised forecast for 2009-2010 when he delivers the province's economic update on Thursday afternoon. Ontarians will learn the state of the province's finances on Thursday afternoon when the Liberal government releases its fall economic update.
By Nicolas Van Praet, Financial Post
When Mike Harris, a math teacher and ski instructor from North Bay, was elected premier of Ontario in 1995, he faced a swath of choices in his bid to wipe out the province?s then $11-billion deficit.
By Alexis Dobranowski (Vaughan Today)
The province today announced a $7 million infusion into the future Vaughan hospital.
Bid for T.O. mayor in jeopardy
By BRYN WEESE, SUN MEDIA
This past week, Deputy Premier George Smitherman has come under fire for his role in the $1-billion eHealth scandal that saw hundreds of millions of provincial health-care dollars wasted trying in vain to set up electronic health records in Ontario.
Petition against Harmonized Sales Tax and meeting for info in the worksBy Peter Shurman (Vaughan Today)
In the spring of 2010, the Dalton McGuinty government will bring in the HST, the Harmonized Sales Tax, which will increase the cost of goods and services that Ontarians buy everyday.
A Conservative MPP slammed Caesars Windsor on Thursday, calling it "a sinkhole of a casino that's so deep it needs stimulus funds to stay afloat."
Downturn causes critics to question costly expansion of Windsor facility By Lee Greenberg, The Ottawa CitizenOctober 2, 2009 Ontario's four large government-owned casinos lost $94 million last year, according to newly released figures.
TORONTO ? Premier Dalton McGuinty says his government is talking to the mutual fund industry about a possible exemption to the harmonized sales tax.