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Our thoughts and opinions on a variety of topics affecting your business.

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Fri 17th Apr 2015

The Ed Clark Recommendations: Recap and Analysis

Matt Morrison
The Ed Clark Recommendations: Recap and Analysis
TORONTO – Yesterday, the Premier’s Advisory Council on Government Assets delivered two reports outlining recommendations relating to the potential sale of certain public assets in Ontario, in a bid to uncover new revenue tools to help fund the government’s promised (More)
Thu 5th Mar 2015

Queen's Park Update - March 2015

Matt Morrison
Queen's Park Update - March 2015
Queen’s Park Update - March 2015 QUEEN’S PARK – With the legislature having resumed sitting last month after the holiday break, most legislators from all three parties are getting back into their routines.  While the Liberal government continues to operate in full-on (More)
Thu 5th Mar 2015

Greenbelt Review Underway

Peter Seemann
Greenbelt Review Underway
Greenbelt Review Underway At Grassroots Public Affairs, we have always paid close attention to news and announcements coming from all three levels of government. Recently however, we have begun paying increasingly closer attention to initiatives that involve collaboration between the provincial (More)
Thu 5th Mar 2015

A View From The Hill - March 2015

Matt Morrison
A View From The Hill - March 2015
A View From The Hill - March 2015 OTTAWA – With an election coming at some time this year, things are starting to heat up on Parliament Hill.  Despite the thoughts of some pundits, it is increasingly unlikely that the federal election will be called before the fixed election date of (More)
Mon 22nd Dec 2014

Ottawa Report: A View From the Hill (End of 2014)

Chris Gray
Ottawa Report: A View From the Hill (End of 2014)
OTTAWA - With the House of Commons now on break until January 26th, MPs have returned to their ridings and will conduct business at home in December and January. It was a very busy fall session, with the government passing new legislation around prostitution; dealing with a possible outbreak of (More)
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