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Mon 28th Jan 2013

Meet Ontario's New Premier, Kathleen Wynne

Matt Morrison
Meet Ontario's New Premier, Kathleen Wynne
Meet Ontario's New Premier As the Liberal leadership convention wound to a close on Saturday night, the province of Ontario found itself with a new Premier-elect and newly minted leader of the Liberal party, Kathleen Wynne.  As MPP for Don Valley West since 2003, Wynne has (More)
Tue 15th Jan 2013

The Grass is Growing - and it Looks Great!

Peter Seemann
The Grass is Growing - and it Looks Great!
The year 2012 represented a great time of growth for Grassroots Public Affairs.  Our firm has added several new offerings to better serve our clients, and we are continuing to look for new ways to foster increased collaboration between the public and private sectors. THANK YOU to all of our (More)
Tue 15th Jan 2013

Stability, Change, and Uncertainty - What to Expect in Early 2013

Matt Morrison
Stability, Change, and Uncertainty - What to Expect in Early 2013
We are entering a new year and, naturally, questions abound about what it might mean for the Federal Government, and the Ontario Legislature. Although making bold predictions can be a difficult endeavor, in this case, the respective futures of these three bodies can be divined using varying (More)
Tue 27th Nov 2012

Political Game Changers

Peter Seemann
Political Game Changers
Prior to the recent US presidential election, I doubt you would have been able to find many people that could have predicted a correlation between a tropical storm and electoral success.  In hindsight, we now know that Hurricane Sandy, the media coverage it generated, and more specifically (More)
Tue 27th Nov 2012

Liberal Leadership Contest in Full Swing

Matt Morrison
Liberal Leadership Contest in Full Swing
In the aftermath of Premier McGuinty’s resignation, the Liberal Party of Ontario has announced that it will be holding a leadership convention on January 25th-26th, 2013, to establish which candidate will lead the party into what will almost certainly be a spring election campaign. To elect (More)
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