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Illiteracy In Quebec Becoming A Massive Problem In The Province
In recent years, the Province of Quebec has proven to be a poor student.
It ranks next-to-last in Canada in terms of literacy, despite the fact that school has been mandatory until age 16 since 1988. Approximately 53 per cent of the population do not r
Hydro One goes dark
With the passage of the bizarrely named
Building Ontario Up Act the day before
the legislature adjourned for the summer
on June 4, Premier Kathleen Wynne fixed
her Hydro One problem.
Ontario budget: Debt nears $300B
When the going gets tough, the tough go shopping. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is going on a $130-billion infrastructure spending spree even as the province’s net debt tracks toward the $300 billion mark
Green scheme latest eco-fiasco
It’s Kathleen Wynne’s gift to Canada. On Monday the Ontario premier announced a cap-and-trade "initiative" that’s going to have widespread consequences nationwide.
Wynne piling up debt
At $10.9 billion, Premier Kathleen Wynne’s deficit is 68% higher than the combined deficits for 2014-2015 of the federal government, the other nine provinces and the three territories. Yes, you read that right.
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