Thursday, June 19, 2014

Worth Reading – June 19, 2014

A lot of this week’s news reflects  the outcome of the Ontario provincial election.

From the Toronto Star, Martin Regg Cohn gives his take on the Liberals win, defying expectations

Some of the critics of Tim Hudak (PCPO – Niagara West – Glanbrook) suggest that the party has moved far to the right and away from the values of voters. 

Defeated Toronto New Democrats speak against Andrea Horwath (ONDP – Hamilton Centre) and the central campaign’s leadership.  

Marty Patriquin covers Nathalie Normandeau’s testimony. Normandeau is a former cabinet minister in Quebec firmly rooted in the Liberal corruption scandal in that province. 

Alice Funke has some fantastic analysis of the election. She suggests that the Ontario political map is changing. 

Andrew Coyne discusses the possibility of congestion/vehicle pricing in Vancouver

Steve Paikin writes that the Progressive Conservatives may have misjudged Ontario over the past 30 years with their move to the right. 

Moscow is investing $83 billion in its transit system. $83 billion...

From the TVO blog, some interesting tidbits from theelection

Max Temkin is a founder of Cards Against Humanity. He has some great ideas about creativity, work and entrepreneurship. He writes here about his new office space. In the same piece Temkin shares a link about not imitating the success of others but reimagining thepossibilities that I really like.               

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