Shutting down PC filibuster that has been dragging out committee hearings.
Province defends grants as necessary to attract new business investment and expansions.
PC Leader Patrick Brown says people need to know if government contracts and grants were traded for donations.
Work remains scarce in stubborn pockets of the province, including the Windsor region.
Mandatory 1.9% contributions from employers and workers will be phased in over two years starting in 2017.
Plan would require employers and employees to each contribute 1.9% of a worker’s salary, up to $1,643 a year
Province brings budget surplus down to $933 million from $1.1 billion.
Economic growth in the province is projected at just 1.9% for 2014 and about 2.4% a year for 2015-to-2017.
Alberta’s new premier has promised a slimmed down cabinet of about 20 ministers.
The province has already established a Oil, Gas and Mining Training Centre.
2.5% corporate tax rate would be the lowest for small businesses east of Manitoba.
Says resignation is for the good of his family and the party in letter to surviving PC caucus members obtained by The Canadian Press.
To achieve the ambitious goal, Ontario’s economy would have to create 125,000 jobs per year over the next eight years.
Plan includes cuts to corporate and personal taxes, and eliminating restrictions on skilled trade certifications.
Conservatives have accused Wynne of using “libel chill” to try and silence the official opposition.