Opinion Editorial

Canada's Finance Minister Bill Morneau speaks to the economic community during a luncheon in Toronto, December 14, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

We’re still awaiting Morneau’s apology

When Finance Minister Bill Morneau failed to disclose his French villa or to put his assets in a blind trust, and when he continued owning shares in his family firm through a numbered company, what did he think was going to happen?

Pat Sorbara and Gerry Lougheed (Postmedia Network files)

Not illegal, but wrong

We have a right to expect a higher standard of conduct from Ontario’s Liberal government than the fact a senior aide to Premier Kathleen Wynne, and a Liberal fundraiser, have been acquitted of bribery charges in connection with the 2015 Sudbury byelection.

Premier Kathleen Wynne defends her government in the Legislature regarding the Ontario Auditors General special report on the Fair Hydro Plan in Toronto on Oct. 17.

Hiding debt par for the course

It’s astonishing to realize how politically desperate the Ontario Liberals must have been earlier this year when they introduced their Fair Hydro Plan – a program ostensibly designed to lower electricity costs while hiding from the government’s books the monstrous debt such a program would create.