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Ontario 2030: Where do we go from here?

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Centre for Social Innovation - Spadina

192 Spadina Avenue

CSI Spadina Atrium

Toronto, ON M5T 2C7

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Ontario has its first Conservative government in 15 years. Things are rapidly changing under their leadership—everything from wages to climate politics, even road signs.

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Join Green Party of Ontario Leader Mike Schreiner for a discussion with National Observer reporter Fatima Syed about how Ontario has changed since Doug Ford was elected premier, and what it all means going forward.

In 2018, Mike Schreiner became the first ever Green Party member to be elected to Ontario's legislature. Representing Guelph, Schreiner has a long to-do list that includes urging the provincial government to come up with a stronger climate plan and reconsider its position on things like minimum wage and mental health investments.

Fatima Syed is National Observer's lead investigative reporter in Toronto. She previously reported for the Toronto Star and she holds a Masters in Journalism from Ryerson University. Since August, she has been reporting from the heart of Ontario politics, documenting and analyzing major decisions like the scrapping of the province's cap and trade program and dramatic changes to Toronto's municipal politics.

Launched in 2015, National Observer is Canada's leading news site for coverage of climate, energy and politics.
Bring your questions to the first in a series of events dedicated to exploring Ontario's future.

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Centre for Social Innovation - Spadina

192 Spadina Avenue

CSI Spadina Atrium

Toronto, ON M5T 2C7

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