Ontario government is squirreling money away while public services suffer
Sheila Block's articles
Ontario's labour market saw dramatic shifts over the past few years. How did those changes affect racialized workers?
Toronto's new progressive mayor Olivia Chow will be facing an immediate $1 billion deficit—and there’s no simple solution.
It bears repeating—properly funded public services do more to improve Ontarians' lives than deficit reduction.
The government of Ontario is deliberately starving public services.
Imagine how much better things could be if Ontario just aimed to be average, rather than low, on public spending
The Ontario government is underestimating 2022-23 revenues by a whopping $10 billion. Rather than recording a predicted deficit, the province is on track to be in surplus territory by the spring.
The race is on for the June 2 Ontario election. Question is: which issue will voters care more about—cars or care services?
Provincial underfunding of health care has consequences for all Ontarians
The pandemic, through the eyes of our researchers
Minimum wage workers could ill-afford the cost of these lost wages.