The Government of Alberta is taking the Ontario government to task under the Canadian Free Trade Agreement over what it says are unfair liquor policies that prevent Alberta manufacturers from accessing the Ontario market. […]
Reason suggests Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland does not seriously think Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals are headed for a “triumph” on June 7. Justin Trudeau’s go-to minister on the Canada/U.S. file predicted a big Liberal election victory at a GTA rally on Thursday. […]
If Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had it in his power to save just one of the two Central Canada allies whose re-election is less than certain this year, which of Quebec’s Philippe Couillard or Ontario’s Kathleen Wynne would he pick? […]
Kathleen Wynne is trying to shut down a lawsuit challenging her plans to privatize Hydro One. The Ontario premier would be wiser to simply abandon her foolhardy scheme altogether.
Of all the maladroit moves Wynne has made as premier, privatizing Hydro One is the worst. It creates no economic benefit for the province. Nor does it help the government’s finances. […]
By MorinvilleNews.com Staff
Edmonton – A ruling by a panel of the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) will open the door to an approximately $225 million market in which Alberta oil seed producers can benefit.