John Michael McGrath
John Michael McGrath is a reporter at TVO,org covering provincial politics and policy.
Ontario ombudsman Paul Dubé’s latest report includes the usual litany of problems at the agency that’s supposed to enforce child support payments. Still, Dubé says things are getting better.
Sudbury politics has been seized by a debate over where to build a new sports arena. All sides agree the outcome will shape the Nickel City for decades to come.
OPINION: The province has a long history of considering electrified commuter trains, and then choosing something else instead. Here’s hoping history doesn’t repeat itself.
OPINION: Whether automation ushers in an era of unemployment or plenty, it will exacerbate trends both in regions that are already doing well, and in those that are hurting.
ANALYSIS: The mayor of Toronto is picking a political fight with the Liberals, and it’s already figuring in next year’s provincial election planning.
OPINION: The government plans to order a pulp and paper company to help clean up the mercury pollution around Grassy Narrows, but may delay justice even longer in the process.