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Comments Save to mystar Share on Facebook Tory Leader Tim Hudak is taking credit for driving into the ditch Chrysler's request for $700 million from the federal and provincial governments. His hard-line position against corporate welfare comes amid
A fascinating poll by Forum Research shows the remarkable vulnerability of unions in Ontario. And helps explain why the Tory leader spent two years targeting them. The Rand Formula requires everyone in a unionized workplace to pay union dues, whether
Comments Save to mystar Share on Facebook Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak has suddenly backed away from his controversial anti-union right-to-work plan for Ontario that he has been touting since 2012. His abrupt change of heart came during
ET If politics were an Olympic sport, Andrea Horwath won gold, Tim Hudak and the PCs took silver...And that's just what happened with Wynne and her dreadful bunch of Liberals.
Yep, the Ontario Federation of Labour president is rallying the union troops to tour the province telling voters why Tim Hudak's so-called "right-to-work" policy is bad for families and bad for voters. In so doing, however, he's proving just why we
Comments Save to mystar Share on Facebook The place of organized labour in this province will be at the heart of the next general election. Ignore recent media speculation about whether Tory Leader Tim Hudak will or won't take on big unions with his
Photo Save to mystar Share on Facebook Veteran MPP Frank Klees is calling it quits. Klees announced Tuesday night he would not be seeking re-election in a vote expected as early as spring. This is a very difficult decision for me, but I am convinced
ET Ontario Progressive Conservative leader, Tim Hudak, will be in Cambridge Thursday to speak at a Greater Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber of Commerce lunch. He is likely to expand on his party's newly unveiled "Million Jobs Act", a five-point plan to
Featured Video Close More Video Tim Hudak is on to something...The Tory leader hears it everywhere he goes across the province: Factories are closing, friends are jobless, families are nervous. Now he is tapping into that anxiety by addressing voters'
Sheehan served one term in the PC government of former premier Mike Harris, from 1995 to 1999, representing the Niagara-area riding of Lincoln. Harris reduced the number of ridings from 130 to 103, which meant many members of the legislature ended up