National Post – June 5, 2012
McGuinty Liberals put ‘top secret’ label on abortion figures
By Barbara Kay
Six months ago an amendment was passed to Ontario’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). It was folded in like whipped egg white to a cake batter, the batter being Bill 122: “An Act to increase the financial accountability of organizations in the broader public sector.”
CHP Communiqué Vol 19, No 20, May 15, 2012
Ontario’s Bullying Anti-Bullying Bill 13
By Jim Hnatiuk, Leader of the Christian Heritage Party
Our candidate for CHP Hamilton Mountain, Jim Enos, unashamedly and very ably represented CHP Canada by preparing and presenting strong arguments to the Ontario Standing Committee on Bill 13, the “Anti-Bullying Bill.” This Communiqué captures the essence of his arguments, which clearly explain how the Anti-Bullying Bill actually is bullying Christians. Jim said:
You can slap lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig. And that’s what government schools are. That’s why ChristianGovernance doesn’t spend much time shuffling deck chairs on that sinking titanic. We are nevertheless appalled at the repulsive sex-obsession of Liberal Premier Dalton McGuinty. Does he think about anything other than homosexuality? He is advancing a violent, bigoted agenda under the guise of an anti-bullying campaign. The proof of this is his linkage with Dan Savage. It’s hard to imagine anything more cynical than that. But McGuinty has been a reprehensible and dangerous scoundrel for years. Read the Family Coalition Party’s recent report below for new developments.
Unfortunately, instead of condemning it, they express an apparent enthusiasm for this state-ist, eco-religious economic boondoggle that has been thoroughly condemned in the pages of the Post and elsewhere for sound economic and scientific rationale.
Financial Post – Nov. 23, 2010
Ontario raises the bar for clean energy
By Julius Melnitzer
National Post – Nov. 23, 2010
Ontario plan will see hydro bills double by 2030
By Lee Greenberg, Postmedia News
Received via email from a patriotic Ontarian…
The Province of Ontario has passed legislation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. As a result, Dell Canada Inc. (“Dell”) will be collecting a Provincial Environmental Fee for certain electronic devices sold into the Province of Ontario as of April 1, 2009.
National Post – Nov. 18, 2010
Editorial: McGuinty’s hydro bait-and-switch
Ontario’s economic update is in – and the provincial Liberals’ desperation level clearly is up. In advance of the update, provincial Finance Minister Dwight Duncan already had leaked the Liberals’ plan to cut Hydro bills by 10% for five years by using $1-billion in borrowed money. That populist sop would be ill-advised under any circumstances, but especially so given Ontario’s projected 2010 deficit of $18.7-billion.
Received via email…
[This letter from Bruce arrived yesterday and is followed by some post-mortem Case Commentary]
November 6, 2010
Financial Post – Nov. 16, 2010
By Livio Di Matteo
The Ontario government will be tabling its fall economic statement in the legislature on Thursday. Premier Dalton McGuinty, who has been seemingly unaware of the impact of his energy and economic policies on the province’s economy, would do well to take heed from the danger signs provided by another update – the recent Statistics Canada update to provincial GDP numbers.