2022 Ontario Election

Posts from the 2022 Ontario Election

Massive Refusal of Ontarians to Authorize Any Party to Speak in Their Name

Massive Refusal of Ontarians to Authorize Any Party to Speak in Their Name In this election, the disempowerment of the majority of Ontarians came through loud and clear. The election saw the lowest voter turnout in Ontario’s history with way more than 50 per cent of the eligible voters  refusing to cast a ballot – …

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Election Results: Windsor-Essex Ridings

Below are the preliminary election results for the Windsor and area ridings. The numbers in brackets are from the 2018 provincial election if the Party or candidate participated in that election in the riding. WINDSOR-TECUMSEH Andrew Dowie – Progressive Conservative: 17,673 (11,675)Gemma Grey-Hall – NDP: 11,532 (25,221)Gary Kaschak –  Liberal: 5,580 (3,513)Steven Gifford – Ontario: …

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Securing Corridors and Handouts

Securing Corridors and Handouts Bill 100, Keeping Ontario Open for Business Act, was introduced in the Legislature just two days before an announced $5.2 billion dollar future investment by Stellantis, the current owner of Chrysler, in partnership with the South Korean conglomerate LG, to build an electric vehicle battery plant in the riding of Windsor-Tecumseh. Other related …

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Integration into U.S. War Economy

Integration into U.S. War Economy Among those calling for permanent corridors to be established in response to the Ambassador Bridge blockade, was the CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Perrin Beatty. The Emergencies Act that was invoked federally against the “Freedom Convoy” was originally introduced by Beatty when he was Solicitor General and Minister of …

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Injured Workers’ Demands

Injured Workers’ Demands Today, June 1, is Injured Workers’ Day. Below are the demands of the Workers’ Comp is a Right Campaign in this election. Please share widely. To view the full document, including the embedded links, download it here.

Podcast: Ford Government’s Major Reforms in K-12

Podcast: Ford Government’s Major Reforms in K-12 In this series reviewing the Ontario Ford government’s reforms in education since taking office, we discuss some of the major reforms that took place in post-secondary and K-12 education and the resistance that emerged to them. In part 1 researchers Adam and Kaitlyn led the discussion on major …

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