After cancelling the cap-and-trade scheme, Premier Doug Ford’s fired the province’s first and only chief investment officer as well as it’s first and only chief scientist and removed Ed Clark as the premier’s business adviser.
The cancellation of cap-and-trade has prompted Ottawa to reconsider more than $400-million in funding as it’s tied to the national climate change framework, which includes a carbon price.
The premier and prime minister could discuss that Thursday afternoon when Justin Trudeau visits Queen’s Park.
Doug Ford has also announced his government’s putting on hold and reviewing several plans by the previous Wynne Liberals.
— The most significant changes to policing in over 25 years that would have increased the scope of what three police oversight agencies can investigate.
— A section of the consumer protection law that deals with ticket resales.
–And vaping rules that would have regulated the activity in much the same way as smoking.