Q&A with Jayson Myers
With change comes opportunity, says Canadian Manufacturers’ & Exporters CEO.
Tim Hudak to step down as Ontario PC Leader July 2
Says resignation is for the good of his family and the party in letter to surviving PC caucus members obtained by The Canadian Press.
Liberal budget will be ‘identical’ to one that triggered election, Wynne says
Transit and infrastructure, a $2.5-billion jobs fund and a provincial pension plan will stand out as priorities.
Baloney Meter: Could the Ontario NDP really find $600M in savings?
That’s just 0.5% of the province’s budget, which hovers around $120 billion.
Union says Hudak wrong about Ontario trades college
Trade certification is no longer handled by the provincial government.
Hudak defends math behind his Million Jobs Plan
Economists says the Ontario PCs may be misinterpreting information from a Conference Board of Canada report.
Baloney Meter: Will the Ontario PC plan really help create one million jobs?
To achieve the ambitious goal, Ontario’s economy would have to create 125,000 jobs per year over the next eight years.
Hudak touts jobs plan at plant that took “handout”
PC leader says lower taxes and power rates are more useful than government handouts.
Wynne says PC leader would ‘destroy’ auto industry
Liberal leader says Hudak would move away from a “decades-old strategy of partnerships between government and business.”
This is how Tim Hudak plans to create a million jobs in Ontario
Plan includes cuts to corporate and personal taxes, and eliminating restrictions on skilled trade certifications.
Hudak vows to stabilize energy rates if elected
Factories and other businesses will flee if Ontario doesn’t get hydro prices under control, PC leader says.
Tax cuts for all companies better than “corporate welfare” for some, Hudak says
The Tories say they’d kill a $2.5 billion Liberal grant plan and instead lower corporate taxes to help all businesses.
Wynne seeks $2M from Conservatives in libel suit
Conservatives have accused Wynne of using “libel chill” to try and silence the official opposition.
Liberals promise bill requiring report on red tape reduction
Report will quantify how the government is helping business, and how much time and money is being saved.
Dias blames Hudak for Chrysler funding request withdrawal
Automaker to go it alone and will be weighing future investment against competitive factors.