Since the end of the last provincial campaign. The Ontario PC party has been the most active in formulating ideas and solutions to the problems that face the province.
Of the three major parties, only one appears to have finally decided to grapple with reality. Tim Hudak and the Progressive Conservative Party have released a number of interesting, innovative and occasionally controversial policies that seriously attempt to respond to the problems facing the province. It is unclear whether there is much room for ideas over rhetoric in a media-dominated political landscape, but for those who believe a politics of ideas is crucial for the future of the province, the PC Party policy papers are a good place to start.
The article goes on to outline a few areas where the Ontario PCs have outlined unique thoughts on a few key public policy questions.