Ontario leaders’ election promises vague on details
Progressive Conservatives would lower corporate income taxes from 11.5% to 10.5%.
Horwath rules out coalition with Liberals, and denies there’s a $3 billion hole in NDP plan.
A better plan would be a work-based subsidy that provides a cash transfer
Pinning her hopes on a plan she says is steeped in her values and builds on her party’s achievements.
NDP leader emerging as an alternative to the deeply unpopular Liberals, in power since 2003.
Calls for a provincial strategy that lowers competitive barriers, increases investment and jobs.
Set the stage for the campaign and provided the leaders an opportunity to test drive their slogans.
Compares his words to Trump’s attacks against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.
MPP Grant Crack also leaving to pursue other career opportunities.
Speech was timed to closely precede the March 18 election, in which he’s set to easily win a fourth term.
Posts held by Matthews, Sandals and Duguid have been filled with politicians who are up for re-election.
She prefers giving caucus members time to learn the system first before entering cabinet.
Concerned about jobs at steelmaker Evraz in Regina, which is to build the pipe for Trans Mountain.
Clark seizes upon the tariff issue as pivotal to her jobs-focused re-election campaign.