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An examination of the decline of the Progressive-Conservative party in Ontario and an analysis of the party's fall from power beginning with the resignation of Bill Davis in and his government's defeat in the election subsequently giving way to the emergence of David Peterson's Liberal government. Internet Archive BookReader Ontario: Record of the Liberal government; 26 years of progressive legislation and honest administration, New book assesses Trudeau government's record of living up to pledges A new book arriving on the eve of the federal election campaign is offering . Get this from a library! Ontario, record of the Liberal government: 26 years of progressive legislation and honest administration, [Ontario Liberal Association.;].
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The English edition, titled "Assessing Justin Trudeau's Liberal Government," is scheduled for release Monday. The authors say their mission was to create a non-partisan, transparent source of information about pledge fulfilment. For those looking to keep score, the book also provides a . Justin Trudeau, Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, addresses supporters at the convention of the Liberal Party of Canada (Ontario) in Mississaugua, Ont. on Friday April, 12, The April 8 Record editorial, Keep Ontario Municipal Board, described this as simply a case of "opening up more land for development than the regional government wanted." The Record's editorial. There you have the legacy of 12 years of Liberal rule: Record debt, record taxation and an ongoing fire sale of provincial assets. Get used to it, Ontario. It’s Wynne’s World and we’re all.