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Oooh, Canada ! Jul 22
Michael de Adder is amazing. There aren't enough words in the English language to describe the idiocy of the Ford government as well as it's depicted in this cartoon. Michael De Adder: What a mess. via
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Stephen Lautens Jul 14
Well, that didn't take long. Almost 60 per cent call Ford government corrupt in new poll.
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John Bowker Jul 18
First Doug Ford turned OSAP grants into loans for students, then turned a $445 million loan into a grant for Chrysler
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ruthko🦂🌈 Jul 22
OKed longer serving/selling hours for alcohol, tailgating parties in parking lot, buck a beer, make booze at corner stores...What can go wrong? 😒
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Doug Bennet Jul 21
Once again I'd like to thank Dalton McGuinty and all those who pushed for the end of coal power in Ontario. No smog days to date in 2019. As many as 53 back in 2005. Progress.
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Tyler Watt 🇨🇦 22h
"Premier Doug Ford relies on the heads of two lobbying firms for advice, giving them access to his inner circle and influence over Ontario politics through strategic direction, crisis management and input on the recent cabinet shuffle."
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Jamie Mitchell Jul 20
I’m trying to figure out the value in our Minister of Education following Faith Goldy...an individual who has appeared on new-nazi websites and has been banned from Facebook because of her association with white nationalism and other hate groups.
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Tyler Watt 🇨🇦 Jul 22
Doug Ford revamps election campaign team after endless nepotism scandals. Lots of attention on Dean French, but don't forget Ford made his own cronyism appointments too (see: former PC party president Rueben Devlin, Kinga Surma's father, Taverner)
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Rob Gill Jul 17
Andrew Scheer is more qualified to be a Muppet than Prime Minister. RT if you agree.
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John Ryerson Jul 14
Almost 60 per cent call Ford government corrupt in new poll via Staggering fail , Torontonians already knew that of course
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Tyler Watt 🇨🇦 Jul 19
Another nepotism scandal for Doug Ford: OPG Board member resigns after ties to ’s ex-chief of staff exposed.
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Robert Benzie Jul 22
BREAKING: Dean French, the controversial former chief of staff to Premier Doug Ford, has withdrawn his libel action against MPP , the has learned. French, who resigned June 21 amid a cronyism scandal, was seeking $100K in the action.
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Alex Forgay Jul 21
As a staffer who works in comms, it is pretty obvious how this went down. Somebody on Macleod’s staff told her that if she got out in front and bragged about the 60K, the cut wouldn’t seem as obvious. That backfired spectacularly.
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Robert Benzie Jul 16
Condolences to former premier and her family on the passing of her father, Dr. John Burns Wynne.
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CBC Ottawa 12h
ICYMI | There's now a petition with tens of thousands of signatures for the Ontario government to fine people who call 911 to complain about Amber Alerts:
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David Hamer 13h
Let’s fix that, Ms Mulroney: ‘After years of work by the City of Toronto and millions of $’s spent, I’m pleased to announce that a Ford family member has again torn up the plans and started us back at square one. He hates Toronto and says you can all suck eggs.’
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Tyler Watt 🇨🇦 Jul 22
Although is now avoiding Doug Ford like the plague at public events, let me remind you that in October Scheer said he and Ford are working towards the same goals. Do we really want running this country?
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Robert Benzie 10h
In Lucan, Ont., Premier Doug Ford insists lobbyists have no influence on him or on his government.
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Canadian Poli 🇨🇦 Jul 16
While is hiding from Doug Ford at events and trying to distance himself, just remember they’re two peas in a pod...
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Randy Hillier Jul 22
Release: French Libel Claim Against Hillier Withdrawn
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