Category Archives: Provincial Politics

Has Kathleen Wynne has lost her mind??

Never a winning strategy to denigrate the President of the United States when NAFTA negotiations are at such a critical state – especially if you are the leader of Canada’s largest province. Ontario premier bashing US President on the eve … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Economy, Canadian Government, Canadian Politics, NAFTA, Ontario election, Ontario Government, Provincial Politics, U.S. Politics | 28 Comments

A Conservative renaissance?

I was wanting to start a new post here since the previous one is becoming a bit long with all the comments. When I tried to think of a new topic, the usual shenanigans of the Ontario and Federal Liberals … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Economy, Canadian Elections, Canadian Government, Canadian Politics, Democracy, Ontario election, Ontario Government, Provincial Politics | 101 Comments

Ontario Political Drama

The Patrick Brown debacle continues in the news with Brown fighting back to clear his name – which he is certainly entitled to do. The question for the Ontario PC Party now is how to address all this controversy and … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Politics, Ontario election, Ontario Government, Provincial Politics | 133 Comments

There are no Angels in Politics

I’m just going to write down some stream-of-consciousness thoughts here. In almost every party and every level of government we are constantly pinning our hopes on our political representatives – and yet they all seem to disappoint us sooner or … Continue reading

Posted in Democracy, Economy, Ontario election, Ontario Government, Provincial Politics | 166 Comments

A “Cut off you Nose to Spite your Face” Moment?

I apologize for in infrequency of new posts here but I have been fighting a horrible cough for weeks now and don’t have much energy. However I need to get the following off my chest so to speak. I have … Continue reading

Posted in Ontario election, Ontario Government, Provincial Politics | 125 Comments

Continental Corruption

Layers and layers of leftwing corruption are oozing out of the swamps across North America. From Queen’s Park to Parliament Hill and beyond, lefties and liberals seem unable to silence their slimy secrets. Some of these cover-ups and creative accounting … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Government, Canadian Politics, Ontario Government, Provincial Politics, U.S. Politics | 149 Comments

Giving Thanks in Troubled Times

It’s a challenge to remain optimistic about the future in this troubled world. One could easily give in to feelings of despair, cynicism and apathy. Never have I seen such divisiveness in our society. One would almost think there is … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Economy, Canadian Elections, Canadian Politics, Provincial Politics, U.S. Politics | 95 Comments

New Season; New beginnings?

Since autumn is starting and the MPs are back in Parliament, I thought I’d put up a new post. Andrew Scheer seems like he’s finding his way as Leader of the Official Opposition. I watched question period yesterday and Bill … Continue reading

Posted in Big Government, Canadian Economy, Canadian Government, Canadian Politics, Conservative Party of Canada, Ontario Government, Provincial Politics | 94 Comments

Conservative Leadership M.I.A

This will be more of a rant than a blog post but I am seriously disappointed in the conservatives both provincially and federally (with the exception of Brad Wall, and now he’s leaving). Both Andrew Scheer and Patrick Brown have … Continue reading

Posted in Big Government, Canadian Economy, Canadian Government, Canadian Politics, Conservative Party of Canada, Ontario election, Ontario Government, Provincial Politics | 96 Comments

Premier Brad Wall – a Man of Integrity

Rex Murphy wrote an eloquent column in praise of Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall on Friday – Brad Wall’s departure a rare show of sanity and humility in politics. Reading a Rex Murphy piece is something that must not be rushed. … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Government, Canadian Politics, Provincial Politics | 75 Comments