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Font Resize Hickenlooper also talked with then-NRA president David Keene when Keene came to visit him during the debates. Also, Erie-based Magpul, an ammunition-magazine manufacturer, made elaborate public appeals against the ban. Yet Hickenlooper
Voters handed PC Leader Tim Hudak a heaping spoonful of bad news June 12 when they rejected his Million Jobs plan and slammed his suggestion that the public sector should be pared back 100,000 jobs...He has more "daddy-daughter" time with his six-
Now that Tim Hudak has confirmed he will step aside as leader of Ontario's Progressive Conservatives, speculation as to who will replace him after such a dramatic election defeat has picked up momentum. Tony Clement and Lisa Raitt have been mentioned
Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak, Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath. Multimedia Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne smiles as she speaks to the media after winning a majority government at Queen's Park in
Story Other experts (mostly at the Toronto Star) see it differently. The wise voters of Ontario have sensibly rejected the Tea Party-style politics of destruction and embraced an enlightened approach to economic management...Justin Trudeau is
The jerky-treats mystery and what pet owners can do Stephen Smart The political stakes in the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline
Vaughan Liberal Steven Del Duca says the flyer depicting Tim Hudak as a villain was "a mistake for which I am sorry." Ontario Tories demanding an apology for flyers they say were distributed by Liberal Vaughan candidate Steven Del Duca pic.twitter.
Premier Kathleen Wynne adopted a somewhat softer campaign tone Monday even as she kept up her attacks on her rivals, calling them poor choices for Ontario voters come election day.. But then Wynne sounded a softer note Monday, as she reflected on a "
Unifor Local 87-M which represents journalists at the Star and numerous other dailies is urging its 2,600 members not to vote for Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak. A media union's surprise intervention in the Ontario election is causing
A Progressive Conservative government would freeze government hiring, Leader Tim Hudak said Friday. "It's particularly important to take decisive action," Hudak said. "The new job numbers tell us that we need to take a very different course...The