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Commentary

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

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Wed 21st Sep 2016

Economy top priority as Parliament resumes

Chris Gray - Sr. Consultant, Ottawa
Economy top priority as Parliament resumes
Economy top priority as Parliament resumes By Chris Gray - Sr. Consultant, Ottawa Ottawa - The rubber will hit the road this fall in our nation's capital as the Liberals, who continue to poll strongly among Canadians with a 48% approval rating, will need to start making decisions on key (More)
Wed 21st Sep 2016

Early Winds of Change in Queens Park?

Peter Seemann
Early Winds of Change in Queens Park?
Early Winds of Change in Queens Park? By  Peter Seemann - Sr. Consultant, Toronto While the long warm summer of 2016 continues into the early days of autumn, there is undoubtedly some winds of change blowing in the corridors at Queens Park. While the legislature has returned, normal (More)
Wed 30th Mar 2016

A New Direction in Ottawa

Peter Seemann
A New Direction in Ottawa
A New Direction in Ottawa Much has been reported since the Trudeau government released its first budget last week. While the government is proudly telling Canadians that they followed through on their election promises, critics have begun to question what the consequences might be by going so (More)
Wed 30th Mar 2016

2016 Progressive Conservative Party Convention

Peter Seemann
2016 Progressive Conservative Party Convention
2016 Progressive Conservative Party Convention  It’s just over 800 days until the next scheduled election in Ontario and while that may seem like a long time off, the opposition PC Party is fully engaged in preparing for that next important vote. Since being chosen leader in 2015, (More)
Tue 29th Mar 2016

A Shocking Week in Political Circles

Peter Seemann
A Shocking Week in Political Circles
A Shocking Week in Political Circles Last week was eventful for more reasons than one. While political pundits were looking forward to the Trudeau government’s first budget, its release was overshadowed last Tuesday by the news of former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s passing. While it (More)
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