To achieve the ambitious goal, Ontario’s economy would have to create 125,000 jobs per year over the next eight years.
Liberal leader says Hudak would move away from a “decades-old strategy of partnerships between government and business.”
The Tories say they’d kill a $2.5 billion Liberal grant plan and instead lower corporate taxes to help all businesses.
Increases are part of efforts to raise $29 billion for public transit and infrastructure projects.
Conservatives have accused Wynne of using “libel chill” to try and silence the official opposition.
Several provinces say they’re disappointed the federal government has shut down discussions on enhancing CPP.
Report will quantify how the government is helping business, and how much time and money is being saved.
The Ontario Liberals say its time to take action since the federal Conservatives refuse to enhance CPP.
Higher payroll deductions for a new Ontario Pension Plan could be offset by reductions in EI premiums, former PM says.
The mineral-rich area of northern Ontario has been compared to the oil sands in terms of its economic and development potential.
Ontario isn’t the only province pushing to boost maximum to CPP contributions to $23,400 from $12,150 – PEI is also on-board.
Smokey Thomas says US Steel’s Hamilton closure is part of a larger trend that’s shrinking Ontario’s middle class.
Laura Miller asked during gas plant hearing to explain her recently uncovered e-mails.
Information and Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian promises her office will release its report into the deleted email accounts next month.
Premier Kathleen Wynne will testify under oath next week into gas plant justice committee hearings.