Key changes implemented in Premier Doug Ford’s first 100 days –

by ahnationtalk on October 9, 2018118 Views

Oct 9, 2018

TORONTO — After fifteen years in opposition, the Progressive Conservatives are marking 100 days in government.

Officially the milestone was marked over the long weekend, somewhere between ‘pass the gravy’ and ‘have some pie.’ But Premier Doug Ford and his caucus are marking the occasion with a rally Tuesday night in Etobicoke.

From scrapping cap-and-trade to introducing buck-a-beer, the rookie cabinet has moved at a dizzying pace to unwind cornerstone policies of the previous Liberal government and start knocking off election promises.

Here’s a look at the key changes the Ford government has made since being sworn in on June 29 (and a few that his transition team snuck in before the official change in government):

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