After extending the Ontario legislature’s summer break with a prorogation last month, the province’s Progressive Conservatives decided not to use the throne speech to reset their agenda. The speech read by the lieutenant-governor talked about repairing a health system battered by COVID-19, strengthening long-term care, badgering the federal government to increase health transfers and building infrastructure like roads, but emphasized what the government is already doing. (The Logic)
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