Articles of Interest

You are invited to peruse the following compendium of articles of interest to Liberals and other progressive-minded Ontarians. The authors’ informed opinions and analyses complement some of the material posted on this website. Moving your cursor over each title will show pop-up extracts and/or descriptions, and clicking on the titles will take you to the corresponding articles. More articles will be posted as and when they become available.

May 31, 2018 Doug Ford’s PCs would run higher deficits than NDP and Liberals, economists say by Andrew Russell in Global News [Ford promises]

May 28, 2018 Kathleen Wynne doesn’t deserve the disdain of voters by The Star Editorial Board [Wynne legacy]

May 17, 2018 Kathleen Wynne was the premier we didn’t deserve by John Barber in The Star [Wynne legacy]

May 8, 2018 Doug Ford’s billion-dollar claim is not only untrue, it’s complete nonsense by Edward Keenan in The Star [Ford promises]

May 3, 2018 Wynne is right: Ford is our Trump by Marcus Gee in The Globe and Mail [Ford agenda]

Apr 29, 2018 Ontario is not immune to political populism by Frank Graves and Michael Valpy in The Globe and Mail [populism]

Apr 14, 2018 Doug Ford’s first act as Premier by Richard Tindal in [Ford agenda]

Mar 27, 2018 Driving Ontario over the cliff: Doug Ford’s fiscal plan by Nathan Laurie in The Star [Ford agenda]

Mar 19, 2018 Many Ontarians will pay a steep price if Doug Ford keeps his budget promises by Jim Stanford in The Globe and Mail [Ford agenda]

Mar 16, 2018 Doug Ford: Let’s hope that past isn’t prologue Toronto Star editorial [Ford agenda]

Mar 13, 2018 Doug Ford is too close to Donald Trump for comfort by Toula Drimonis in the National Observer [Ford agenda]

Mar 7, 2018 A rare win for Kathleen Wynne: How selling Hydro One really helped Ontario taxpayers by Brady Yauch in The Financial Post [Wynne legacy]

Mar 6, 2018 What is populism, and what does the term actually mean? by David Molloy in BBC News [populist politicians]

Jan 13, 2018 This lone-wolf operative is shaping Ontario’s political discourse by Adam Radwanski in The Globe and Mail [Conservative social media propaganda]

Dec 8, 2017 A day at Queen’s Park by Steph Crosier in The Kingston Whig-Standard [MPP Kiwala in the Ontario Legislature]

Oct 2, 2017 What minimum-wage critics don’t want you to know by Jim Stanford in The Globe and Mail [economic impacts of minimum wage hike]

Nov 21, 2016 How do we fight the loudmouth politics of authoritarian populism? by Paul Mason in The Guardian [authoritarian populism]

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