It’s funny being a journalist in 2019. My inbox recently started to flood with releases by both the Liberals and Conservatives. Smart. We not only own a large local audience, but are have great pools of viewers in Cities like Ottawa, Toronto, and even Montreal. The internet is content driven
Back on February 4th Tom Mulcair was speculating that some NDP supporters might think the Green Party deserved a second look. It is an interesting thought. Should it happen, it could seriously damage the election chances of the NDP, and it has the potential to damage the Liberals as well. The
Ontario’s long-awaited election day is finally almost upon us. There is a unanimous view that the Liberals are finally going to be thrown out, bag and baggage, after four catastrophic terms, when the province was mortgaged to hare-brained alarm about climatology and electricity-generating facilities were shut down and solar energy
Cornwall Ontario – In what has been a very odd election campaign it appears that Doug Ford has kept his cool and will become Ontario’s next Premier on June 7th. Between the political assassination of former PC leader Patrick Brown to the early concession of Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne, it’s
Cornwall Ontario – This has been a mystifying election. Leadership issues with the PC’s, the demise of a Premier and her party, and Andrea Horwath digging her heels in and not doing the right thing, as Doug Ford did, and jettisoning candidates that clearly should not be in elected office.
Cornwall Ontario – One wonders how the NDP vette their candidates? Another is in hot water for a social media comment. Erica Kelly, who is running in Etobicoke, just issued the following: Statement by Erica Kelly I deplore violence against all people, regardless of where they live. The U.S. mass
Cornwall Ontario – As the slagging goes on it appears that some party staffers missed vetting social media comments across the board. While the PC’s have been tarred and feathered including the dumping of at least one candidate, the NDP are trying to spin a horrific Hitler member added onto
Cornwall Ontario – It’s fascinating to watch the political death of Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne. From the defection of ministers and other MPP’s who decided to bail and not run; to teacher’s unions going back to the NDP the day the writ dropped, and other union leaders telling members to
Cornwall Ontario – Contrary to what certain pundits blather about, Doug Ford was the opponent Kathy Wynne didn’t want to face. Facing a well funded popular party with a leader that clearly is different than what else would be offered is a dilemma for the depleted and scandalized Wynne government.
Cornwall Ontario – The Curse of the Ontario PC party strikes again. Death by Social Media after unproven sexual accusations against now former leader Patrick Brown have led to his resignation. “However, defeating [Ontario Premier] Kathleen Wynne in 2018 is more important than one individual. For this reason,