This week, Ontario Housing Minister Paul Calandra (new to the job after his predecessor resigned amid scandal in September) announced another reversal of a key government policy. This time, it was massive changes to urban boundaries outside several Ontario cities—changes most of the cities themselves fought against.
Coming a week after the government introduced legislation to officially reverse its actions on Ontario's Greenbelt, and on the heels of reversals of everything from pandemic policy to license plates, is it a positive thing that this government can admit when it's wrong and change, or a worrisome sign that so many of its major initiatives need fixing?
Today, a trip inside Queen's Park, where nothing is ever certain ... or dull.
GUEST: Richard Southern, Queen's Park reporter, CityNews