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Splošna deklaracija človekovih pravic bo 10-ga decembra stara 70 let. Postala je temelj razvoja človekovih pravic, na podlagi katerega so te po drugi svetovni vojni dosegle velik napredek. Kljub tedanjim zavezam držav podpisnic pa smo še vedno priče kršitvam prav vseh 30-ih členov deklaracije. V prihodnjih 10-ih tednih bomo v oddaji ob tej priložnosti - 'Moje, tvoje, naše človekove pravice' - predstavili Splošno deklaracijo človekovih pravic in nekaj njenih posamičnih členov ter pretehtali n ...
 
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A group of Ontario Liberals are hoping to convince Green Party of Ontario Leader Mike Schreiner to run for the party leadership. Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath dig into what they're asking for and how switching parties has precedent. The federal government is hosting a health summit this week to hammer out a deal with the provinces over fund…
 
Federal Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said that the government will be looking at potential tools to stop development of the Greenbelt. Doug Ford tells them to back off. Toronto's budget process is ongoing, and we'll see how new provincial legislation will affect the municipal bottom line. Ontario is building Canada's first small modular r…
 
The auditor general of Ontario and Ontario's integrity commissioner have both opened inquiries into recent changes to the Greenbelt. What does this mean for the provincial government? Doug Ford led the charge in calling for the federal government to makes change to the criminal code after an OPP officer was killed just outside of Hamilton. Will thi…
 
For-profit, privately-run clinics in Ontario will see expanded power to perform surgeries covered by OHIP. But will privatizing medical procedures lead to shortages of doctors, nurses, and staff in already under-staffed hospitals? Then, Ontario's auditor general will decide this week whether to open an investigation into the Ford government's plan …
 
Did Premier Doug Ford field a more-critical-than-usual signoff from the King's representative? Polls also suggest criticism from the electorate as well. Then, TVO's affordability reporter Kat Eschner is back with the story of gentrification of a street in Sudbury. And finally, the new Ontario NDP Leader Marit Stiles joins co-hosts Steve Paikin and …
 
Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk publishes her final report and itemized list of how tax dollars were spent - her main question being whether expenditures have had "value for money." An NDP leadership acclamation appears to be on the horizon. Premier Doug Ford promises to appeal Bill 124. And TVO's affordability reporter Kat Eschner joins co-hosts Stev…
 
The prime minister says that the Ontario government wanted the federal government to wear the province's failure at Ottawa's convoy protest against public health mandates. Bob Rae returns to Queen's Park to receive a lifetime achievement award. And TVO's affordability journalist Kat Eschner joins Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath this week to d…
 
Ontario avoids another education strike as the province and CUPE come to a tentative agreement. A new bill looks to empower certain municipal leaders to the point where ,majority rule, does not always apply to their proposed bylaws. And the right of residents not to be separated from their spouse in long-term care is one step closer to reality. MPP…
 
The Ontario government releases its Fall Economic Statement - a mini-budget of sorts - so a quick assessment on whether the government is putting money where its mouth seems warranted. Then, the government flip-flops on back-to-work legislation and almost flip-flops on mask mandates. Finally, a look at whether the promise of more housing requires r…
 
The Ford government vows to roll back their back-to-work legislation as the education workers union agrees to stop striking. Co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath break down how Ontario's opposition MPPs challenged this attempt at using the notwithstanding clause, and how its deployment was not like any other this province has seen so far.…
 
This week, Ontario's education minister Stephen Lecce preempts a work stoppage by invoking the notwithstanding clause, Premier Doug Ford and Deputy Premier Sylvia Jones officially file their legal challenge to avoid testifying at the Emergencies Act inquiry, and provinces demand more money for health care from the feds. Co-hosts Steve Paikin and Jo…
 
This week, co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath recap notable horseraces from the 2022 Ontario municipal elections. Then, we look at a new housing announcement from the Minister of Municipal Affairs. Finally, a story in Ottawa takes a decidedly provincial turn as Premier Doug Ford gets summoned to testify about his government's response t…
 
This week, co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss news that Ontario could be walking away from an energy deal with Hydro Quebec. They also expand on why a doctor-turned-Liberal-MPP calls the crisis in our hospitals "historic." Also, for our third week of municipal elections programming, Cheryll Case of CP Planning and Alex Hemingway…
 
This week, co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath perked up at choice words from Premier Ford to teachers' unions undergoing their union negotiations. Ford also promised a new transit station for Hamilton. Finally, for our second week of Civics Month, our cohosts sit down with people from outside the province's big cities about how Ontario …
 
Check back in tomorrow for our full episode! In the meantime, co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath offer you your fix of Ontario politics in our newsletter - Check it out here. This week, Steve and John Michael consider how the two new leaders confirmed in Quebec and Alberta may impact Ontario. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy info…
 
The life of the Pickering nuclear plant will be extended to at least 2026. Co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath dig into the politics of it. Then, they unpack the cost of repealing wage caps for Ontario's public-service workers. And finally, we kick off our programming for Civics Month leading up to the municipal elections on October 24. …
 
This week, co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss the first challenger who’s stepped into the Ontario NDP leadership ring, Marit Stiles. Then, a look at how climate change was costed for the transportation portfolio, a surplus prompting an allegation of underspending, why the “not the teachers” union called a strike vote, and why Pr…
 
This week, Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss the Ford government issues around two constitutional challenges. Unions allege wage-caps for public-service workers are unconstitutional, and young activists lay out how Ford government's climate targets are harmful and therefore discriminatory against youth. Then, vocal opposition for strong…
 
Co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath look at how Queen's Park commemorates the 70-year Elizabethan Era. And a look at the Ministry's back-to-school practices, "poverty tourism" and NDP MPPs' "social assistance diet," how best to free up hospital beds, and at what point patronage is patronage as appointments to agencies, boards, and commis…
 
Co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath offer a detailed look at the government's budget as Ontario's legislature reconvenes; Ontario's Financial Accountability Officer Peter Weltman joins the discussion, addressing allegations of health underspending. Plus, how electing a Speaker turned sour, how strong will Toronto and Ottawa mayors really…
 
Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath examine Doug Ford's new cabinet: the appointed, the disappointed, allegations of nepotism, the official opposition's reactions, and where Ontario goes from here. Clip credits: Premier Ford is sworn-in with new Cabinet | June 24 - Premier of Ontario/Queen’s Printer for Ontario/youtube.com See omnystudio.co…
 
Last week, Toronto's chief of police apologized to racialized communities after statistics revealed inequitable enforcement practices. NDP MPP Laura Mae Lindo joins co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath to discuss findings, community reactions, and where Ontario goes from here. Plus, what we expect when Doug Ford announces his new cabinet …
 
Names for both the NDP and Liberal leadership contests - permanent and interim - emerge. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath then parse through disproportionate representation and chat with Greg Lyle from the Innovative Research Group about what he's learned about Ontario voters this past election. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
 
After a campaign where not that much happened, election night proved to be full of drama. The Progressive Conservatives returned with a majority government, and in possibly a first in Ontario politics, both opposition leaders, Andrea Horwath and Steven Del Duca, stepped down. On today's final daily #onpoli episode, Steve Paikin and John Michael McG…
 
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