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Aidan Chamandy

Aidan Chamandy

Like most reporters, Aidan Chamandy covers a lot of different topics but he specializes in energy and housing. He can usually be found looking for government documents on obscure websites and filing freedom-of-information requests. He also hosts and produces podcasts. He's better at being a Leafs fan than anyone else on earth.

Recent Work by Aidan

Colleges minister raised $24k from private college execs at meet and greet

Colleges minister raised $24k from private college execs at meet and greet

The PCs raised over $150k from executives with public-private college partnerships the government saved from extinction
Ontario switching to automatic licence plate renewal, Ford says

Ontario switching to automatic licence plate renewal, Ford says

Ford also announced a new anti-carbon tax bill
From Elizabeth to Edith: Ontario's new lieutenant governor sworn in

From Elizabeth to Edith: Ontario's new lieutenant governor sworn in

Dumont is Ontario's first francophone lieutenant governor
Indigenous leaders rebuff minister, again demand meeting with premier on mining agenda

Indigenous leaders rebuff minister, again demand meeting with premier on mining agenda

The Land Defence Alliance shot down an offer to meet with Indigenous Affairs Minister Greg Rickford last week
Ford shuffles cabinet after latest resignations

Ford shuffles cabinet after latest resignations

The move comes just one day after Ford's stunning Greenbelt reversal and three weeks after the last shuffle
Province to 're-evaluate' Greenbelt land swap

Province to 're-evaluate' Greenbelt land swap

Doug Ford also promised a 'complete review' of the protected lands
Ontario looking to regulate workplace heat stress and outdoor air quality

Ontario looking to regulate workplace heat stress and outdoor air quality

As part of the proposal, the government's looking to require employers to provide cold water to employees working in hot conditions
Ontario drafts policing regulations to improve on convoy protest failures: expert

Ontario drafts policing regulations to improve on convoy protest failures: expert

Ontario is consulting on new policing regulations that appear to directly respond to findings from the Emergencies Act inquiry
Get me more planners, Housing minister tells cabinet colleagues

Get me more planners, Housing minister tells cabinet colleagues

Municipal planning staff shortages are hitting cities across the province
Tories spending over $110 million to beef up bail system

Tories spending over $110 million to beef up bail system

It's the latest in a series of public safety-related announcements the Tories have made this week
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