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After penning an open letter to the provincial government, encouraging them to step in and get both the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) and the College Employer Council back to the bargaining table, student presidents of eight Ontario colleges, including IGNITE President Maja Jocson, will meet with Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development Deb Matthews at Queen’s Park on Thursday.
By Eric Wickham A Toronto activist has called the province’s stance against carding “symbolic” after the province passed a motion to stop carding by the end of 2015. Journalist and radio personality Desmond Cole said the motion to stop carding is a step in the right direction, but falls short of accomplishing anything significant. “The
By Victoria Quiroz Tuesday marked one year since Kathleen Wynne’s appointment as leader of the Ontario Liberal Party, following the departure of premier Dalton McGuinty, who she subsequently replaced. To commemorate the anniversary, Wynne logged on to the popular social news website, reddit.com to take part in an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session. The session
Compiled by Amber Daugherty Premier Kathleen Wynne officially announced Charles Sousa as her finance minister during the swearing in ceremony today at Queen’s Park. Some other big spots were filled. Charles Sousa – Finance Minister The Mississauga MPP replaces Dwight Duncan, who announced last week he would resign. Sousa has been called the decision maker in