Insights (Essays)

Insights (Essays) October 2012

Though It May Have Seemed Sudden, the Resignation of Dalton McGuinty Should Not Come as a Surprise

It has been clear for some time that the McGuinty government is well past its best-before date. At the very end of multi-term governments – accompanied by a lack of policy ideas, indecision and general aimlessness – comes the inevitable attempt to hold onto power. The government has been in this state since at least March 2011, when, instead of facing the tough economic decisions, they punted the ball down the field in the form of the Drummond report (the recommendations of which they have specifically ignored for more than eight months). And now we wait still – for yet another “blue ribbon” panel to come up with suggestions on what to do about the future of the Ontario economy.

From: McGuinty’s strategic failures and successes 

by J.C. Bourque. Special to The Globe and Mail. Published Tuesday, Oct. 16 2012, 7:00 AM EDT 

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