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TRILLIUM TALK: Doug Ford has a 'message' for car thieves

Every Sunday morning, one of our legislative reporters from The Trillium provides an inside look at the week that was in Ontario politics — and the week ahead

Welcome back to Trillium Talk, a weekly briefing from your go-to source for political reporting at Queen's Park.

Every Sunday morning, Village Media's Scott Sexsmith sits down with one of our staffers at The Trillium to talk about the week that was in Ontario politics — and the week ahead.

Today's guest is Deputy Editor Sneh Duggal, who brings us up to speed on some of Doug Ford's latest comments — including his stern warning for car thieves in Ontario and whether he thinks it's time to raise post-secondary tuition.

The Premier also had an interesting response when asked about the departure of Parm Gill, the fifth person to leave his cabinet over the past year. Spoiler alert: the answer involves handcuffs.

Launched last year by Village Media, a leader in local journalism, The Trillium is a comprehensive news and information source devoted exclusively to insider coverage of Ontario politics.

Passionate and plugged inThe Trillium delivers the major political headlines of the day while unpacking complex policy changes and digging deeper into key issues that impact every Ontarian. Our dogged journalists also keep a close watch on legislative debates, question period, public appointments, lobbying activity and regulatory proposals.

The Trillium is a subscription-based news service designed especially for Queen’s Park stakeholders, such as public servants, political staffers, business leaders, lobbyists and strategists. But the site also features free content that is regularly published right here on your hometown website.

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