Employment and the Ontario Election

Who’s talk about employment will get them employed
Rahman Mohamed

A central issue in Ontario’s Election is employment and the economy including Tim Hudak’s Million Jobs Plan, an election promise that 67% of Ontarians doubt in a poll conducted for CP24 by Ipsos-Reid and one that CBC reported as questioned by many economists.  But what are their plans?

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Post-secondary Students and the Election

Conservative, Liberal and NDP stance on post-secondary education
Rahman Mohamed

The 2014 Ontario Provincial Election is in full swing.  And one of the central topics is education.

One of the first education candles to take the flame was the Green Party of Ontario’s controversial plan to merge the Catholic and Public school boards across the province if elected.  Post-secondary education is strong issue in this election too.

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It has begun

The flame for Ontario provincial election has been lit and the issues are on the table
Rahman Mohamed

On May 5 Governor General signed officially the Writs of Elections and kicked of the Ontario Provincial Election scheduled for June 12.  The leaders had already been campaigning, touring the province and speaking about why they should be chosen.  So what’s on their minds this time?

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