Eight social purpose sector leaders on what Doug Ford should do right now for Ontarians

Leaders share what Ford should prioritize, veto, or change from his campaign promises over the next three months

Why It Matters

Doug Ford made a number of promises to the province’s people leading up to his re-election that could help Ontarians recover quickly from the health, social, and financial crisis we’re still in — or set them back even further, say eight experts.

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