The person tasked with the "back-breaking" job of rebuilding Ontario's Liberal party will need both strong organizational skills and the ability to adapt to an increasingly unpredictable political landscape, according to experts preparing to watch the party's leadership race unfold.
Anti-carbon tax stickers will stay up on gas pumps as "a matter of transparency" while Ontario continues its court fight against the federal levy, the province's energy minister said on Monday, October 28, 2019.
The so-called "resistance" force of Conservative premiers waging war against the carbon tax implemented by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began showing cracks on on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, following the Liberals' re-election.
A strike that would have closed hundreds of schools across Ontario was averted on Sunday, October 6, 2019, night as the province reached a tentative deal with the union representing thousands of education workers.
Ontario's education minister accused Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau on Wednesday, October 2, 2019, of trying to politicize the province's labour negotiations with school support workers to score points ahead of the federal election.
Gas stations refusing to put mandatory anti-carbon-price stickers on their pumps will face daily fines of $150, a penalty that is at the lower end of the range established by a controversial law Ontario's Progressive Conservatives passed earlier this year.