Thursday, July 5, 2018


   G&M:   Newly-elected Progressive-Conservative Premier Doug Ford has begun chipping away at the previous Liberal government’s legacy after only a few days in office, freezing new measures on police oversight, ticket scalping and vaping, as well as firing Ontario’s new chief scientist.
   The new Premier has moved quickly to put his stamp on the public service and halt a number of incoming initiatives since he and his cabinet were sworn in on Friday. The Liberals had held office for nearly 15 years before the party suffered a catastrophic election loss in June. Now, the Tories say they want to consult widely on a number of new rules introduced by former premier Kathleen Wynne in her government’s final year in office.

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