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Randy Hillier’s proposals: Making government accountable

It’s my first post-degree post, and it’s a long one. A little while ago, I read up on Randy Hillier’s proposals┬áto revolutionise the way the Ontario Legislative Assembly, and indeed government in Ontario, works. My reaction is mixed (partly because … Continue reading

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Reforming prorogation

In Canada there was a bit of a controversy over the Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s prorogations of parliament in 2008 and 2009, and more recently Premier Dalton McGuinty’s prorogation in Ontario. In Harper’s case, and cited as part of the … Continue reading

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