Four years of austerity has weakened Ontario’s public education system. COVID-19 and online learning deepen educational inequalities.
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
Changes open the system up to privatization by for-profit multinationals
The Ontario government has tabled its election budget. Public services got short shrift.
A strong public education system that allows all children to recover from these difficult years is possible
For Ontario’s sake, we must do more
Exploring the structural, organizational and systemic barriers to equitable public transit service, using the Thunder Bay system as a case study.
The solution to high gasoline prices is to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels altogether
I remember the excitement I felt when Ottawa’s long-awaited light rail train finally opened to the public. But what it promised and what it delivered turned out to be two very different realities. Why did this happen, and what does this mean for the future of Ottawa’s transit?
If new revenues go to tax cuts, not public services, we will all pay the price
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