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Elections in Ontario: useless debate, Ford resists

TORONTO – Pandemic, education, health. It was with these issues that the liberal, NDP and Green Party leaders tried to put outgoing conservative Prime Minister Doug Ford with their backs to the wall during the debate ahead of the provincial vote on June 2. A debate, this, which was supposed to be a golden opportunity to convince the electorate that the Ford era in Queen’s Park had come to an end by overturning the polls that predict the victory of the Conservative Party. But NDP leader Andrea Horwath, Liberal leader Steven Del Duca and Green leader Mike Schreiner have failed to show that they are ready to lead the next government. 

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No definitive winner in election debate

The only official debate in this election campaign gave Ontario’s four main party leaders the opportunity to discuss and debate their records. While the 90-minute debate (on May 16) did not solve any of the key issues in this election, it allowed those who tuned in the chance to better understand the direction of each party’s plan for the future of Ontario.

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Conservatives on the run, the debate in Quebec does not change the balance

TORONTO – The debate in Quebec on September 2 between the leaders did not shift the balance of power between the parties. The confirmation comes from the last 8 polls carried out after the debate in French which highlight how the Conservative Party led by Erin O’Toole continues to enjoy a comforting margin of advantage over the liberals of Justin Trudeau. Jagmeet Singh’s NDP continues to play the role of third inconvenience while the percentage of undecided remains high. The gap that divides the conservatives from the Liberal Party ranges from the 1.5 percent detected by Nanos to 6.4 percent highlighted by Ekos. In general, tories are stabilising at around 35 per cent, while grits range from 28.1 per cent to 33 per cent.  (more…)

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Debate in Canada to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for Ontario health-care workers

TORONTO – Even in Canada, which is clearly lagging behind European countries, is igniting the debate on the possibility of imposing the vaccination obligation on health personnel. In the Old Continent, italy was also the forerunner this time: last April 1, the government led by Mario Draghi launched a measure that extended the vaccination obligation for doctors, nurses, health assistants, workers of long-term care homes (RSA) and pharmacists. (more…)

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Unanimous Supreme Court bombshell decision in the “flag debate”

article by Joe Volpe

TORONTO – The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) would seem to have laid down the ground rules for any discussion on the legitimacy of Catholic schools in Ontario’s “public education systems”.  A unanimous decision, rendered May 21, 2021, essentially reaffirms that secular courts have no business in the affairs of religious organizations.

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Unanimous Supreme Court bombshell decision in the “flag debate”

The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) would seem to have laid down the ground rules for any discussion on the legitimacy of Catholic schools in Ontario’s “public education systems”. In a unanimous decision, rendered May 21, 2021, it essentially said secular courts have no business in the affairs of religious organizations. (more…)


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