Two back to back encounters on the weekend had me thinking about the recent announcements about education “reform” from Doug Ford’s government for the people. First, was a conversation I had with my seven-year-old grandson. He was playing a game Continue reading Education for the people?
As 2018 comes to a close, Doug Ford has been premier of Ontario for six months. Over that time, he and his cronies have made serious assaults on democracy, demonstrated that they have neither compassion nor a long-term vision for Continue reading Doug Ford, six months in
Poor Finance Minister Vic Fedeli. On the eve of his moment in the sun – the release of the provincial government’s fall economic statement this week —Patrick Brown released his memoir (“Takedown: The Attempted Political Assassination of Patrick Brown), in Continue reading Not exactly a plan for the people
With my co-chair Farrah Khan, I have been proud to serve as co-chair of Ontario’s Provincial Roundtable on Violence Against Women. Established in 2015, the Roundtable has provided strategic advice to government on emerging issues related to violence against women. Continue reading VAW Roundtable co-chairs resign