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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she's "taken aback" by automaker Chrysler no longer seeking $700 million in government funds to upgrade two plants. Wynne says there are concerns about the company's investments beyond 2016.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she's "taken aback" by automaker Chrysler no longer seeking $700 million in government funds to upgrade two plants. Wynne says there are concerns about the company's investments beyond 2016.
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Four ways Ontario Liberal bill tries to open up government to public scrutiny

No matter how she rolled it out, there were always going to be political undertones to Kathleen Wynne’s push for transparency in Ontario. And how could there not be? After spending a year dealing with the fallout from the gas plant scandal that tarnished the final days of Dalton McGuinty’s government, the Premier’s plan was calculated to show she’s serious about doing things differently.